DENIS COLEMAN HEADS ON TOUR WITH NEW HOPE CLUB

Imperfect is one of my favourite songs I’ve written, and its meaning really comes through on two levels. Firstly, there’s me, singing to a girl about how I’m perfectly imperfect for her. It’s kind of a promise, a sort of self-promotion and a confession at the same time.

The other underlying meaning of the song is more universal. In a world full of Photoshop and social media, the pressure to look and be perfect can be overwhelming. This song is just a little reminder that it’s ok to be imperfect, that at the end of the day our flaws make us who we are.” 

Born in the US, now based in London, 15-year-old Denis Coleman is rapidly becoming one of the most promising emerging pop artists on the UK scene. He began his musical career aged 5, when he first picked up a violin. Discovering a passion for music, he began studying at the Royal College of Music, where he also began composing music. At the age of 10, he wrote his first pop song.

Just a few years later, he won the nationwide song writing competition of Open Mic UK with his original song RADIO (written age 12), attracting attention from talent scouts and tv shows. Denis is now the brand ambassador for The Power of Muzik, a mental health and anti-bullying campaign founded by celebrity vocal coach CeCe Sammy. He has also been touring the UK, visiting schools and sharing his experience with music, as well as talking to students about how to overcome adversity today.

This year has seen Denis making hits in the studio writing tracks with top UK producers including Red Triangle (the Vamps, Ronan Keating, David Guetta, James Arthur), Joe Hartwell Jones (Usher, Adele, Ellie Goulding) and Raphaella (Rudimental, Gorgon City).  He dropped his debut single ‘YOU’ in September 2018 and followed up with the highly anticipated ‘Soft Spot’ in March 2019. This summer will see him opening for The Vamps on their UK tour and performing on his own first headline tour.

Tour Dates supporting The Vamps:

  • Friday 3rd May – Birmingham Arena

  • Sunday 5th May – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena

  • Tuesday 7th May – Sheffield- City Hall

  • Wednesday 8th May – Newcastle City Hall

  • Friday 10th May – Aberdeen AECC

  • Saturday – 11th May – Glasgow SSE Hydro

  • Monday 13th May – Carlisle – The Sands Centre

  • Wednesday 15th May – Hull – Bonus Arena

  • Friday 17th May – Harrogate – Convention Centre

  • Saturday 18th – Manchester – O2 Apollo

  • Monday 20TH May – Leicester – Montfort Hall

  • Wednesday 22nd May – Norwich – UEA

  • Thursday 23rd May – Cambridge – Corn Exchange

  • Saturday 25th May – London -O2 Arena

  • Tuesday 28th May – Belfast – The SSE Arena

  • Wednesday 29th May – Dublin – 3Arena

  • Friday 31st May – Brighton Centre

  • Saturday 1st June – Bournemouth – International Centre

Headline shows

  • 13th July – Latest Music Bar, Brighton

  • 20th July – The Zanzibar, Liverpool

  • 21st July – The Half Moon, London

Tour Dates supporting New Hope Club

  • Friday 21st June – Pumpehuset, Copenhagen

  • Sunday 23rd June – Knust, Hamburg, Germany

  • Monday 24th June – Die Kantine, Cologne, Germany

  • Tuesday 25th June – Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • Thursday 27th June – Lido, Berlin, Germany

  • Saturday 29th June- Proxima, Poland

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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