Rock band Mallory Knox have released their first single "Black Holes" as a four-piece. The track marks a new era for the band as it follows the news that vocalist Mikey Chapman had departed back in February 2018.
"Black Holes" is a track that sees bassist Sam Douglas step up to fulfil main vocal duties and is, in the words of Douglas, a minimalist track and is about “going back to basics”.
The re-vamped line-up, taking their music in a new direction is also set to go on the road with a number of headline shows starting on April 16th and are also set to make appearances at festivals such as Selby Pop Punk Pile-up and Camden Rocks.
See full dates of their upcoming tour below;
16 Brighton The Haunt*
17 Cardiff The Globe*
18 Exeter Cavern*
20 Stoke Sugarmill*
22 Glasgow King Tut’s*
23 Manchester Rebellion*
24 Birmingham Mama Roux’s*
26 Nottingham Bodega*
28 Selby Pop Punk Pile-Up Festival+
05 Teddy Rocks Festival+
06 Oxford O2 Academy 2*
02 Camden Rocks+
Watch the video for ‘Black Holes’ below;