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Black Peaks Tickets, Tour Dates & Concerts 2019 ♫

Black Peaks tour dates and tickets
Black Peaks are a British post rock band from Brighton, consisting of lead vocalist Will Gardner, guitarist and backing vocalist, Joe Gosney, bass player and backing vocalist, Andrew Gosden and Liam Kearley on drums.

Formed in 2012, originally as an instrumental band, they released their debut EP, ‘Close To The Sun’ under their former name Shrine in 2014. The band released their debut album, ‘Statues’, in 2016 via Easy Life and Sony Red.

The band have supported the likes of Pelican, Deafheaven, Lonely The Brave and Arcane Roots, as well as festivals such as Sonisphere, Reading and Leeds, Underground Community, and ArcTanGent.

Black Peaks released their new album, 'All That Divides', in October 2018, and have confirmed a short headline run of dates through February following their support slots for Enter Shikari. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.

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Black Peaks tickets Tue 4th Dec 2018
Black Peaks have confirmed a short headline run of dates through February.
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Black Peaks have released a new video.
Black Peaks tickets Fri 12th Oct 2018
Music critics are often guilty of presenting rock's history as linear. Progressive rock emerged out of pop music and psychedelia in the late 1960s but was ultimately killed off by punk in the late 1970s, so the narrative goes. Punk, with its raw sound and DIY ethic, was also a better vehicle for voicing social and political issues than prog, which was considered more escapist and lyrically concerned with “high culture”.
Black Peaks tickets Tue 4th Sep 2018
Photo: Gareth Bull Black Peaks have announced a set of instore signings and live shows during the week that their second album is set for release.
Black Peaks tickets Fri 3rd Aug 2018
Photo: Gareth Bull Black Peaks have shared a new track called Electric Fires.
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