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Tour support for MUSE European stadium dates summer festival shows including READING and LEEDS
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Arcane Roots are proud to announce tour support on a selection of MUSE European stadium dates in June and July. The band were hand picked by personal friend and fan, Muse’s drummer, Dom Howard.
Arcane Roots will be supporting MUSE on June 15th in Berne at the Stade De Suisse, on July 6th at Stade Olimpico in Rome and June 28th at Stade Olimpico in Turin.
The band will be spending the rest of summer after these shows playing the likes of BBK in Billbao with Green Day, Biffy Clyro and Kings of Leon on July 11th, Truck Festival 19th July, Redfest on 26th July, Y Not Festival on Aug 2nd, Reading and Leeds on 23rd and 24th August and ArcTanGent Festival on August 29th.
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New single will be announced soon, as well as further supports, headline dates and more.
Single Review – Resolve.
It is safe to say that rising underground titans, Arcane Roots have come far since the release of their critically acclaimed EP ‘Left Fire’.
Spawning such tracks as the colossal ‘You Are’ and the awkwardly melodic yet beautiful ‘Habibty’, this trio have begun to pave their way towards stardom, gaining the support of musical heros such as Simon Neil (Biffy Clyro) and Daniel P Carter (Radio 1).
Released as a free download on 30th October, their latest track ‘Resolve’ is a wonder to behold! From the first note to the last, this track proves itself worthy of ‘anthem’ status. Jam packed with crushing riffs, pounding drums and crisp bass lines, this is Arcane Roots in true style.
‘Resolve’ provides listeners with a chorus worthy enough to have you singing all the day long and still leave you wanting more! Vocalist and guitarist Andrew Groves’ vocals perfectly shine through a seemless mix, whilst rhythm section Adam Burton (Bass) and Daryl Atkins (Drums) accompany with a thunderous force. Not only is this track a masterpiece in terms of composition but also in sonic quality.
This is a band in true form, I for one cannot wait to see what Arcane Roots will next bring to the table.
Review by Adam Lavender.