by Adam Aiken
Dirty Honey will kick off their next European tour in Norwich next month as they look to build on their recent momentum.
They’ll hit The Waterfront on Saturday, January 21, with the show having been moved to the main room from the upstairs studio, due to what the venue has termed “phenomenal demand”.
The LA rockers released their acclaimed double album Dirty Honey EP/LP earlier this year and enjoyed a European tour that included support slots for Guns N’ Roses and Kiss.
The success of those dates has resulted in a further 30-date trek, starting at The Waterfront next month and travelling through 13 European countries before concluding in Finland in March.
Ahead of the tour, they’ll be releasing their next single, Heartbreaker 2.0 – a re-recording of the original album track – on Monday, January 2.
Lead singer Marc Labelle said: “Some songs really come to life after they’ve been performed a bunch of times.
“Over time, we realised the song took on a new life on the road in both North America and Europe and we wanted to capture that energy.”
The band’s first single from Dirty Honey EP/LP was When I’m Gone, which became the first ever track from an unsigned band to reach No 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Airplay chart.
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