The East London trio have already announced a chunk of live dates this summer and have a whole lot more to add. They're also headlining Club NME at KOKO on Friday.
'S.O.S' will be available as a free download for those at the show on Friday who have downloaded the KOKO app.
After touring Europe and spending some time away in the studio honing and perfecting their craft, East London trio Waylayers are back with a 5 track EP entitled 'Fault Lines' due in June 2013. Mastered at Abbey Road, Magnets (the EP's bonus track) is an epic and euphoric track bathed in a fresh pop sensibility and packed full of synths and catchy hooks.
Waylayers consists of Harry Lee (vocals, synths), Dave Norman (bass) and Joe Andrew (guitar). Together they create music that has been described as 'atmospheric pop'. Fusing elements of electronica and indie-rock, they create the characteristic Waylayers' sound.
The band have begun to announce their festival dates for 2013 which will see them complete one of the most extensive festival circuits of any band in the UK, plus some incredible live sessions and one off shows (details soon!). The band will also be performing their biggest headline show to date in June for their London homecoming at Camden's KOKO.
14 June 2013 - Koko, London, UK (Headline)
15 June 2013 - Isle Of Wight Festival, Isle Of Wight, UK
16 June 2013 - Isle Of Wight Festival, Isle Of Wight, UK
22 June 2013 - Beach Break Live Festival, Newquay, UK
06 July 2013 - Godiva Festival, Coventry, UK
07 July 2013 - X&Y Festival, Liverpool, UK
20 July 2013 - Tramlines Festival, Sheffield, UK
26 July 2013 - Wickerman Festival, Dumfries, Scotland, UK
26 July 2013 - Kendal Calling Festival, Kendal, UK
27 July 2013 - ?Redfest Festival, Surrey, UK
02 August 2013 - The Sugarmill, Stoke, UK
03 August 2013 - Y Not Festival, Derbyshire, UK
28 August 2013 - Liverpool International Music Festival, Sefton Park, UK
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