NEW HOPE CLUB REVEAL THE ROAD TO THE EMPIRE

New Hope Club are rapidly bcoming one of 2018s breakout acts and have announced six free fanfest shows throughout April, as well as two shows at the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, June 1 and 2.

Fresh from supporting The Vamps on tour and featuring as the lead track on the ‘Early Man‘ movie soundtrack, New Hope Club are back with The Road To Empire tour, commencing on 5 April at London’s famous Borderline venue, followed by Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, and Sheffield. All shows are free, with tickets available from the 27th of March. The intimate fanfest shows will enable fans to see the band up close and personal, before they take the stage at their biggest headline gigs to date, on June 1 and 2 at London’s O2 Shepherds Bush Empire.



Tickets for the headline gigs will go on sale from Saturday 14 April, at 10am, from Live Nation, Ticketmaster, and AEG Presents.
2017 was a brilliant year for NHC. They released their debut EP, ‘Welcome To The Club‘, which when announced shot straight to the No.1 spot on the iTunes pre-order chart, and stayed there for three days, ahead of both Kasabian and Harry Styles. Once it was released it reached the #2 position in the iTunes chart, and the top 5 in a further 10 countries. You can stream and download ‘Welcome To The Club’ here.
Check out New Hope Club online on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.

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