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Idlewar Bring The Glory Ahead Of UK Tour With Stone Broken

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Californian rock trio Idlewar have unveiled the video for “Glory”, the latest track to be released from their outstanding debut album, Impulse….an album so good we said “for once you can believe the hype!” Yeah, you’d better believe it!

With just over a week to go before the Californians make their live debut in the United Kingdom, their new music video features Idlewar in rehearsal; jamming songs in preparation for their UK tour with Stone Broken and their slot at this year’s sold out Rockstock festival on the 3rd of December.

With the release of Impulse and last year’s Dig In EP, Idlewar are fast becoming renowned for their groove laden riffage and incredibly rich hooks, whilst the lyrics reflect on topics that are more than ever relevant to society today.

James Blake (Vocals/Bass) explains, “Glory is about being aware of perilous times and preparing for them by becoming better people. We don’t need to idolize martyrs or appease the masses. People just need to be the best version of themselves. If we all did that together, we’ll be able to overcome the darkness.”

Don’t miss Idlewar live in the UK with Stone Broken this November / December.

24th Nov – Norwich – Brickmakers Arms
25th Nov – Sheffield – The Corporation
26th Nov – London – The Black Heart (sold out)
28th Bov – Brighton – The Hope And Ruin
29th Nov – Newcastle – The Cluny
30th Nov – Edinburgh – Bannermans
1st Dec – Manchester – Rebellion
3rd Dec – Planet RockStock (sold out) – Idlewar only

Tickets: http://www.idlewar.com/event/2016-uk-tour-dates-ticket-links/

Idlewar’s debut album Impulse is out now via PHD, with the CD available to buy in-store at HMV, online at Amazon, iTunes and all other good digital retailers…..but you already knew that!

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About Chris Jennings (1978 Articles)
I love metal. Always have. Always will. As editor of Worship Metal - a site dedicated to being as positive about metal and its myriad of sub-genres as possible - my aim is to 'worship' metal through honest reviews, current news and a wide variety of features; offering the same exposure to underground bands as we do to mainstream/well known acts. Our mantra; the bands are partners and we exist to serve the bands \m/

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