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Black Futures announce exclusive London and Manchester live dates

The existential assault on the senses that are Black Futures have announced four new live dates for February and May 2018.

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The industrial noise-punk duo will play two immersive live shows at Hangar in London and Manchester’s Soup Kitchen in February, followed by two festival appearances at Live at Leeds and Handmade Festival in May.

Previous live shows have been a full-on sonic and visual experience, featuring immersive theatrical elements as well as their unique sonic attack on the senses. February’s events, entitled ‘GETRICH’, threaten to be similarly absorptive.

The live dates follow the release of their latest single, ‘Riches’, their first release since signing to Sony’s legendary Music For Nations label.

A combination of crystalline synths and harmonic vocal melodies with a brutal descent into chaotic sonic brilliance, It follows the success of both their debut single ‘KARMA YA DIG!?’ and its successor ‘Love’ which have variously seen the band championed by the likes of Annie Mac & Huw Stephens at Radio 1, Apple Music’s A-List Rock playlist and Breaking Rock playlist, as well as getting regular plays on Radio X.

Black Futures Live Dates

27/02 – Hangar, London Fields

28/02 – Soup Kitchen, Manchester

05/05 – Live At Leeds 2018, Leeds
06/05 – Handmade Festival 2018, Leicester

Tickets are available here.

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