Belgians, 'Now, Voyager' are a band on a mission. Having quickly garnered a reputation for their fierce and powerful live shows as well as a unique, well-crafted sound which is a collision of math-rock, post-hardcore and epic soundscapes, the band have signed to the UK's Destroy Everything Records and will release the EP Tell-Tale Hearts this Summer.
"We're extremely anxious and excited to release our new songs through Destroy Everything. Creating Tell-Tale Hearts has been the most intense experience of our lives and we hope that intensity comes across when people hear it. Unbelievably excited!" says the band.
The bands new EP 'Tell-Tale Hearts' was recorded with revered metal producer John Mitchell (Architects, Heights, You Me at Six) which is now set for release via 'Destroy Everything' on August 19th and preceded by single, 'From the Brain' (August 5th).
1. From the Brain
2. Where We'll Start
3. The Long Lane
4. To the Heart
Having already performed at Groezrock and secured supports for a number of large international touring acts including August Burns Red, The Devil Wears Prada (US), Memphis May Fire (US) & UK heavyweights While She Sleeps. The band are set for UK shows from later this week:
TOUR DATES (supporting)
13th July - Knee Deep All Dayer, Northampton
14th July - The George, Andover
15th July - Borderline, London
16th July - Red Rooms, Nottingham
17th July - Waterfront Studio, Norwich
18th July - The Hop, Wakefield
19th July - Classic Grand, Glasgow
20th July - Home from Home Festival, Bridlington (doors 1pm)
21st July - Summer Jam 2013, Manchester (doors 1pm)
22nd July - Shadows Chasing Ghosts Finalé, Newcastle
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