Last month Deaf Havana unveiled their live video for Holy recorded at their O2 Academy Brixton show back in December. They’ve announced their full live album recorded at the show will be released on 15th March.
The album will feature 21 tracks, all recorded at their triumphant show back in London last year. This show was also their biggest headline show to date and fans no doubt will love having an album full of tracks to remember the special night. Speaking about the release, frontman James Veck-Gilodi said “This is a milestone in anyone’s career, we’ve had it not tougher than anyone else, but it’s been a weird journey, and if you grew up where we grew up, to do this is unheard of! So thank you, it’s only down to you we’re allowed to do this. I cannot express my gratitude enough”. In support of the album announcement another live video, this time for Hell has been released which you can watch below.
Deaf Havana Live At Brixton Academy will be available digitally and on a physical double CD. The first 500 pre-orders of which will be signed by the band and all fans will get Hell – Live At Brixton Academy upon pre-ordering. This release follows last years album Rituals which saw them gain their second consecutive UK Top 10 album and gain support from the likes of Radio 1 amongst others.
If you like what you hear then luckily Deaf Havana are currently out on tour across Europe and will be making their way to the UK and Ireland for a series of shows across March. For all the dates and ticket links you need, head here.