Deaf Havana are an alternative rock band hailing from Norfolk. The band formed in 2005 when members – lead vocalist Ryan Mellor, guitarists James Veck-Gilodi and Sebastian Spitz (later replaced by Chris Pennells), bassist Lee Wilson and drummer Tom Ogden – met at the King's Lynn campus of The College of West Anglia.
The band have announced a brand new UK tour taking place in early 2019. It's the band’s first headline run in two years and will follow their huge headline show at O2 Academy Brixton in December. Support for the March 2019 tour comes from iDKHOW and Stereo Honey.
The newly announced tour will provide fans the chance to hear songs from their most recent album Rituals live for the first time. Released in August 2018, Rituals became the band’s third album to chart within the top-10 on the Official UK Albums Chart. The album features the singles Sinner and Worship.
Since their formation, Deaf Havana have have released five albums in total so far, and are known for their singles such as 22, Smiles All Round, Little White Lies, Hunstanton Pier and I’m a Bore, Mostly.
Find tickets to Deaf Havana on:
7 December 2018 – O2 Academy Brixton, London
15 March 2019 – Great Hall, Cardiff
16 March 2019 – Pyramids, Portsmouth
17 March 2019 – O2 Academy Bristol
19 March 2019 – Rock City, Nottingham
20 March 2019 – The Welly, Hull
21 March 2019 – SWG3, Glasgow
22 March 2019 – Unit 51, Aberdeen
24 March 2019 – Empire, Middlesbrough
25 March 2019 – Albert Hall, Manchester
27 March 2019 – Leadmill, Sheffield
28 March 2019 – O2 Academy Birmingham
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Last updated: November, 2018