It’s in their hometown, Brighton.
The two bands will tour together this September.
Black Peaks, colourful photos.
The track comes from the still-brilliant ‘Statues’.
Both bands sound ready to cause a ruckus.
We’ve seen Black Peaks be very good but this is something else entirely.
Arcane Roots are also new additions to the bill.
Can you think of many UK rock bands that are as impressive as Black Peaks right now?
The event will take place from 22nd – 24th July across multiple venues in Sheffield.
Outrunning their own hype, Black Peaks have managed to sustain a sense of excitement around their debut album. With ‘Statues’ out now, their story can really begin.
The band release their debut album ‘Statues’ this Friday (April 8th).
There’s also The Wonder Years, Architects, Twenty One Pilots and more.
‘Statues’ will be released this Friday, through Easy Life / Sony RED.
All that and more, out on Wednesday (6th April)
They’ve also announced their third headliner: Kodaline.
The new track comes ahead of ‘Statues’ release next week.
“Glass Built Castles is part 3 of a 4 part story that is pieced together on the album.”
Turbowolf, One OK Rock, Sixx:A.M. and Muncie Girls are also among the 36 new names for Download Festival 2016.
These are the songs that have been soundtracking the inevitable passing of time this week.