Two time Grammy nominated trio Highly Suspect release their highly anticipated sophomore album 'The Boy Who Died Wolf' via Columbia Records. The album is available now via Apple Music, Spotify and iTunes Store. The album was preceded by lead single 'My Name Is Human' which has already been streamed over 6 million times since its release in September. The moving, euphoric LP is stronger, livelier and more mature than the band's drawing influences from the likes of Queens of the Stone Age, Jack White and In Utero-era Nirvana.
'The Boy Who Died Wolf' was recorded between Colombia and New York with Joel Hamilton (The Black Keys, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello), who also worked with the band on their 2015 debut breakthrough record, Mister Asylum which was nominated for two Grammys: Best Rock Album & Best Rock Song for their single 'Lydia'.
Highly Suspect are set to play two shows in the UK in November in support of 'The Boy Who Died Wolf', both of which sold out in a matter of days upon going on sale. The Brooklyn-based trio will headline The Dome in Tufnell Park on Friday 25th November before playing Manchester's Night & Day Café on Tuesday 29th November. Following the colossal interest in these shows, the Brooklyn-based trio have announced details of their Spring 2017 UK Tour which includes dates across the country, finishing with a headline show at the infamous KOKO in London. Full details can be found below.
Tickets are available from 9am Monday 21st November from http://www.highlysuspect.net/.
Forthcoming UK Dates:
25th November – London – The Dome
29th November – Manchester – Night and Day
4th March – Glasgow – St Lukes
6th March – Birmingham – Institute 3
7th March – Manchester – Sound Control
9th March – London - KOKO
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