by Adam Aiken
Thumper are heading to Norfolk at the end of the month for the penultimate show of their current tour.
It’s been a frustrating case of unfinished business for the Dublin outfit, with their tour in support of their single Ad Nauseam being brought to a juddering halt by the pandemic last year just as they were picking up traction.
The song had been getting decent airplay on the likes of Spotify, Apple Music, Kerrang! and BBC6, but planned festival appearances in Europe and North America never happened.
But they’ve picked up where they left off, and they’ll be bringing their crunching guitars (and two drum kits) to deliver a wave of pop hooks and raucous feedback at Voodoo Daddy’s, Norwich, on Friday, October 29.
“The penultimate show on our UK tour is a Friday night engagement in Voodoo Daddy’s,” said lead singer Oisín Leahy-Furlong.
“Having been on tour for the best part of a month we’ll be broken in like a loyal workhorse. Pack your boots – we’re going for a gallop!”
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