LONDON-based Brigade have been hailed as one of the “most criminally overlooked bands in British rock music”.
They’ve been working with fan-funded company, Pledge, to record their new album, Will Be Will Be, released on November 21.
To promote it, they’ll play Sunderland’s The Borough pub in Park Lane on November 14 in what will be their last UK tour for the foreseeable future.
Singer Will Simpson said: “The time has come for us to unleash the fury once again, fury brought to you in the form of our epic November UK Tour. We will be touring our new album Will Be Will Be for the first time and we hope to see as many of you there as possible.
“Not only will we be treating you to our new body of work with full throttle high octane force, but we will also be joined on this tour by some of the best up and coming and new bands around as support. Not to mention good friends in awesome bands.”
Brigade will be supported by: Munroe Effect; Verses; Accident Music; Halo Tora; Kill Goliath and The Rupture Dogs.