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Blackwaters are an indie-punk four piece from Guildford. They have stormed into 2017 celebrating the release of their single ‘Down’ which is available to download on the 3rd of February. They are currently co-headlining with like-minded punk rockers Strange Bones on a nationwide tour, the dates are as followed –

January 23rd – The Tin Angel, Coventry

January 24th – The Louisiana, Bristol

January 25th – The Bodega, Nottingham

January 26th – The Venue, Derby

January 27th – Boileroom, Guildford

January 28th – The Horn, St. Albans

February 1st – Brudenell Games Room, Leeds

February 3rd – Guildhall, Preston

February 4th – Bootleg Social, Blackpool

February 5th – The Fulford Arms, York

February 7th – The Polar Bear, Hull

February 8th – Think Tank, Newcastle

February 9th – Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh

February 10th – The Leadmill, Sheffield

February 11th – The Sugarmill, Stoke on Trent

This tour is following their Radio 1 and Radio X debut outing, of their ‘anti-anthem’ ‘So Far Out’. As the boys are tearing apart the stages with their energetic rock performances up and down the country, they are gaining more and more interest and fans. The loud and intense 18-year-old indie thrashers also have gained interest, and co-collaborated with the likes of Carl Barât of the Libertines, Spike Stent and even former Prodigy co-writer Olly Budren, proving that they are ‘making the right kind of racket’


One date to look out for is at the infamous Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh. They will be playing there on the 9th of February. Sneaky Pete’s is a small capacity, Grassroots Music Venue who host some of the best up coming talents, which is why fans love coming to this intimate venue as you can be up close and personal with your favourite bands, almost like seeing a band at a house party.

Looking back on 2016, they performed on the BBC Introducing Stage at Leeds Festival, they supported SWMRS and DMA’s, as well as raking in thousands of plays on Spotify.

Max Tanner, David Carpenter, Ollie Franklin and James Watkins will be names to remember, as BlackWaters are destined to become a big name in the Indie-Punk world.

Written by: Rory Barnes

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