Long Time Coming
Feb 13th 2006
Fiction/Sound Foundation Recordings
After the success of their debut limited edition 7" single (all 1500 copies sold out in less than a week), Humanzi are gearing up for the release of their first full scale release 'Long Time Coming' on Feb 13th.
Click here to watch the video for Humanzi's fantastic new single 'Long Time Coming' - out to buy on 13th Feb '06!
Since signing with Fiction records in Autumn 2005, Humanzi have been starting fires with their upstart attitude and their fiery rock spirit. As tracks from their as yet unreleased and untitled album (set for May 2006) have found their way into the mindset of a new generation of kids looking for something to believe in, Humanzi have been hailed by some as a bomb primed to explode - signalling the birth of a movement and a vital new band.
An angular and instantly enthralling guitar intro is kicked up the arse by pounding bass and drums that makes the intention clearÃ¢Â€Â¦.and the race is on.
Dates in the UK with Hard-Fi in October proved so successful that the band have been invited back to play more shows with them in December, and their Club NME tour won them fans and friends across the country, as did a support to rock royalty, The Foo Fighters. January will see them hit the road again and it's on stage that the riot really begins. Shaun's thousand yard stare and body jerks around his guitar and keyboard are backed up by the rest of the band who play like everything, ever, depends on it.
Humanzi are part of a thriving Dublin underground that smashes to bits the idea that the Irish music is all safe as houses tourbadours and acoustic guitars. Not in the world of them and their cohorts who represent the darker side of that city, the one that they know.
Humanzi 2006 Tour Dates
9th Cardiff Barfly,
10th Walsall 10 Wharf Bar
11th Leeds University Brighton Beach night
12th London Koko (NME Show)
15th York Barfly
16th Birmingham Barfly
17th Glasgow Barfly,
19th Manchester Roadhouse
23rd Cork (Bud Rising gig)
Dirty Pretty Things Support dates:
26th Oxford Zodiac
27th Birmingham Academy 2
28th Norwich Waterfront, March 2nd Northumbria University
3rd Leeds Cockpit
4th Liverpool Stanley Theatre Things
5th Glasgow ABC 2
6th - Portsmouth Wedgewood Room,
8th London Kings College
10th Sheffield Leadmil,
11th White Trash gig/Stoke, Sugarmill
12th Manchester, Academy 3
13th Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
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