New Single, EP and Tour for Speaking In Shadows

Nuneaton born quintet, Speaking in Shadows will release their new EP ‘The Anchor’ on the 19th October. The video for the Lead single ‘Capsized’ was unveiled on Monday and the video is now on rotation on Scuzz TV.

Nuneaton born quintet, Speaking in Shadows will release their new EP ‘The Anchor‘ on the 19th October. The video for the Lead single ‘Capsized’ was unveiled on Monday and the video is now on rotation on Scuzz TV.

This new single is the perfect taster of what the band have been up to since their 2014 release ‘The Lies We Lead‘. Last year the bands single ‘Technicolour Trainwreck’ appeared on Keep A Breast UK’s Check Your Selfie album, alongside the likes of Four Year Strong, Finch and Man Overboard, along with receiving regular airplay on Alex Bakers’ Kerrang Radio Fresh Blood Show. The quintet believes the next step for them is to tour their new EP relentlessly, hitting as many cities in the UK as humanly possible.

“This EP has taken us back to our roots – no agendas, no concepts, no gimmicks. We’re writing music that excites and inspires us, and hope that our songs will not only engage and entertain our listeners, but also empower and encourage them to find inspiration of their own.” 

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The Anchor‘ (EP) track listing:
1) Capsized
2) Scatter
3) Figure of Eighty
4) Bite
5) And Grit
6) Easy for You

Speaking in Shadows are also heading out on tour in October with Chasing Cadence,  Cardinal and The Rooz

The tour dates are as follows:
Sat 24 October – Glasgow, Classic Grand**
Sun 25 October – Newcastle, Think Tank**
Mon 26 October – Norwich, B2
Tue 27 October – London, Nambucca
Wed 28 October – Birmingham, The Flapper
Thu 29 October – Manchester, Aatma
Fri 30 October – Leek, Infinity

**Speaking In Shadows and Chasing Cadence only

Tickets can be picked up here – TICKETS


Gareth Rooke

September 20, 2015

Hi I'm Gareth, A foolish Welshman that has found himself living in Scotland. I adore live music and this all started back in University when a friend dragged me along to my first gig and I saw Travis. From then on I spent a lot of time going to see bands from rubbish uni bands that had formed one drunken night to the mighty Blur. When I finished uni there was a 10 year gap between gigs (long story). Now though, on any given day of the week I can be found in the venues of Glasgow. With regards to my music taste I love anything with great lyrics and heavy drums. When I was younger (and still am) I was obsessed with a band called Alisha's Attic.
When not at a gig I will be found at my computer playing games like Prison Architect, Hearthstone and Wolfenstein.

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