Last year saw psych-rockers Demob Happy return with shiny new tracks ‘Dead Dreamers’, ‘Be Your Man’ and ‘Fake Satan’ resulting in the Brighton trio revealing the name of their second studio album ‘Holy Doom’. Along with the album announcement, the band stated ‘We wanted to say something we’d never said before, and create this thing that was so clear in our heads. It’s been special making it real, and it feels so very good to finally let you all in’. ‘Holy Doom’ -the follow up to 2015’s riff-laden Dream Soda- has already earnt hype from tastemakers’ DIY and DORK, and was mixed by Adrian Bushby who has previously worked with Foo Fighters and Muse.
Having recently played support slots for Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes as well as The Cribs ‘Cribsmas’ shows, the band will be performing ‘Holy Doom’ at an intimate Manchester show at Deaf Institute on 7th April. Holy Doom is out on 23rd March 2018, and you can buy your tickets to the Manchester show here