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Valeras Release New Single ‘Painkiller’

Valeras release their brilliant new single ‘Painkiller’, a dark slice of alternative indie rock. Teaming up again with producer Larry Hibbitt (Sundara Karma, Nothing But Thieves) the track builds on the unique sound established in debut single ‘Louder’.

LISTEN TO ‘PAINKILLER’ HERE

The music this dynamic 5-piece produce belies their years with Katie King, Max Sealy, Rose Yagmur, Kat Beazley and George Parnell all being aged between 17-19. Already tipped by Radio 1, BBC Introducing, Radio X and Spotify, and having played support slots with the Wombats, Yonaka, The Amazons, Fickle Friends and Demob Happy this year alone, Valeras are already making 2018 their own.

As one of The Great Escape Festival’s First 50 for 2018, the band have already played Live at Leeds and Are You Listening? Festival, and will hit the road in May to play three shows at both The Great Escape and Dot To Dot Festivals.

May

Fri 18th                        TGE: The Black Dove, Alternative Escape

Fri 18th                        TGE: Green Door Store

Fri 18th                        TGE: Patterns, Fender Guitars Showcase

Fri 25th                        Manchester, Dot To Dot Festival

Sat 26th                      Bristol, Dot To Dot Festival

Sun 27th                     Nottingham, Dot To Dot Festival

June

Tue 12th                     London, Camden Assembly

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