THE BOHICAS ANNOUNCE MONTH LONG RESIDENCY AT THE DEEP HUM CLUB AT THE SOCIAL

The Bohicas | 10/03/15

After tearing through their homeland on the ‘Swarm Over Essexxx’ tour and impressing as guests to Royal Blood and Drenge, The Bohicas can now announce details of their first ever London residency. They’ll hit The Deep Hum At The Heart Of It All club night at The Social on four consecutive Wednesdays throughout April, with shows on the 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th, alongside special guests and Domino DJs.

The Bohicas are four young men from Essex and the east London borderlands making ambitious and arresting rock 'n' rollAfter introducing themselves to the world last year with the tracks XXX’ and ‘Swarm’, their current single ‘To Die For’ continues to snap up disparate elements from the history of guitar music and forge them into something urgent and re-energised.

The Bohicas are putting the finishing touches on their upcoming debut album which will be released later this year. The quartet are also set to play the following headline shows and festivals in the summer:

May

 

14th – 15th – Brighton, The Great Escape

21st – Cambridge, Portland Arms

22nd – Nottingham, Bodega

25th – Liverpool Sound City, Baltic Stage

26th – Sheffield, The Harley

27th – Glasgow, King Tuts

28th – Newcastle, Cluny

 

June

 

1st – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach

2nd – Bristol, Louisiana

3rd – Southampton, Joiners

4th – London, Oslo

6th – Birmingham, The Rainbow

7th – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club

8th – Manchester, Soup Kitchen

 

August

 

1st – Penrith, Kendal Calling

 

September

 

5th – Portmerion, Festival No. 6

Frontman Dominic McGuinness isn’t big on labelling their approach within the confines of genre. You know when you go to see a great film at the cinema and come out of it feeling like you're the lead character, walking down the street like the Fonz or De Niro?” he questions. “I want people listening to our band to feel like that"

 

“People ask what sort of music we make, but if I say rock ‘n’ roll they instantly think of the fifties,” adds guitarist Dominic John. It’s the same starting point in terms of the energy behind it, but it’s not referential and it’s really not about looking back. It’s seeing that danger and energy, but taking it somewhere else.

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