WOAHNOWS Announced As Main Support
For Gnarwolves September 2015 Dates
Stream Debut Album ‘Understanding and Everything Else’ below
(Out now via Big Scary Monsters Records Recording Company)
Plymouth turbo-charged-indie-punks WOAHNOWS are pleased to announce they have been added as main support on skate punks Gnarwolves’ forthcoming UK headline dates in September.
“We can’t wait for this tour, we’ve never played a show with Gnarwolves which wasn’t loads of fun!” comments front man Tim Rowing-Parker on hitting the road.
Recently reinstated to trio status with the addition of new bass player and friend Phil Randall, the band are still riding high from their tour with Lemuria and Personal Best, a packed festival season and the release of their debut album ‘Understanding and Everything Else’ earlier this summer on Big Scary Monsters Records.
Stream Debut Album ‘Understanding and Everything Else’ In Full
Praise for the band has been pouring in from DIY, The 405, Upset Magazine, London In Stereo, Artrocker, Clash Magazine, Rock Sound, Kerrang and plenty more.
‘Understanding and Everything Else’ is out now via Big Scary Monsters – buy here
September 2015 UK Tour Dates w/ Gnarwolves:
9th September – Newcastle – Think Tank (14+)
10th September – Aberdeen – The Tunnels (14+)
11th September – Hull – The Welly (14+ / under 16 with adult)
12th September – Peterborough – The Met Lounge
13th September – Newport – Le Pub (18+)
14th September – Reading – Sub 89 (14+)
15th September – Norwich – Owl Sanctuary (18+)
16th September – St Albans – The Horn (14+)
Tickets on sale now.
Tim Rowing Parker – guitar & vocals
Phil Randall – bass
Adam Wherly – drums
What the press are saying about ‘Understanding and Everything Else’:
“Make your day 147% more punk!” – Rock Sound [8/10]
“An assured and infectious debut…relentlessly catchy earnest punk racket” – London In Stereo
“One of the most exciting and unique bands of the past few years” – Punktastic
“Summer is coming and WOAHNOWS are the soundtrack” – DIY
“A full throttle collection, the band’s outrageous energy is matched to just a dash of pop melody” – Clash Magazine
“Be ready to throw yourself around your house and to scream your voice bloody” – The 405
“Punchy, straight to the point…pulls you close and then kicks you square in the bollocks” – Artrocker
“Skittish, sunny punk rock which takes cues from the likes of Japandroids” – AbsolutePunk
“Grungy-fused punk with heartfelt vocals and massive sounding basslines” – Goldflakepaint