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Pacific Return With ‘Should Have Known’

Fresh from sharing the stage with the likes of Razorlight, The Hoosiers and Starsailor and winning‘Best Local Single’ at the 6 Towns Radio AwardsPacific return with another energetic and melodic single ‘Should Have Known’, dropping May 11th.

Stream ‘Should have known’ here: https://soundcloud.com/pacificofficial/should-have-known/s-E5oYy

Hailing from Cheshire, Pacific are one of the most hotly tipped acts of the moment. The traditional band tensions are ramped up to the full as the alternative indie band consists of brothers and songwriters Anthony and Daniel Orzel completed by Dave Bithell and Drew Burns.

Embracing influences from the likes of Kasabian, Muse and Coldplay, the guys stirred attention from day one catching the eye of Mark Radcliffe (BBC 6 Music) and Huw Stephens (BBC Radio 1). 

The band made huge steps in 2017 with their music often played at half time at Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium, along with the music videos on heavy rotation on MUTV and constant support from BBC Introducing, who often invite the band for interviews and live sessions. In support of their new single the guys will be hitting the road with a string of live shows, playing at the likes of Crystal Palace Festival, all dates listed below:

30th May – The Dead Institute, Manchester

16th June – Crystal Palace Festival, London

29th July – Wells Carnival, Norfolk

25th August – Goose Green Festival, Altrincham

26th August – Below the Bridge, Manchester

With more TBA

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