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Lottery Winners release new track ” Headlock “

Lottery Winners have shared new track ‘Headlock’, taken from their self-titled debut album which is due to drop March 13 via Modern Sky UK .


A Brit-pop inspired stomper, “Headlock is a twisted love song” explains frontman Thom Rylance. It treads the tightrope between being sweet and scary. But can any love really survive with obsession?”.

Listen to Headlock:


Born and bred in Leigh, Lancashire, Lottery Winners are bringing back a sense of fun and a fiercely independent spirit to British music, and proof that alternative, guitar-based tunes belong at the top of the charts and to the masses. They’re everything a good band should be; ambitious, bold and in touch with their growing legion of fans. 

In support of their debut album, the band recently announced details for their extensive headline tour throughout March and April 2020. The 13 date tour kicks off in Nottingham on the 26th March, ending with their – now almost sold out – biggest ever show to date at Manchester Ritz on 11th April. All dates and details are below, including the band’s first festival dates of the year at Liverpool’s Sound City and a massive main stage set at Kendal Calling.

MARCH

13 Manchester HMV (in-store – 5:30pm)

14 Wigan HMV (in-store – 2pm)

 15 Liverpool Phase One / Jacaranda (in-store – 2pm)

17 Nottingham Rough Trade (in-store 7pm)

26 Nottingham Bodega

27 Leeds The Key Club

28 Southampton Joiners

30 Brighton The Prince Albert

31 London Lexington
APRIL

01 Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms

02 Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach

03 Birmingham The Castle & Falcon

04 Hull Polar Bear

07 Newcastle Think Tank

08 Edinburgh Sneaky Pete’s

09 Sheffield The Leadmill

11 Manchester The Ritz
MAY

02 Sound City Liverpool

03 Teddy Rocks Charisworth
JULY

30 Kendall Calling (main stage), Kendall  

About Teri (2186 Articles)
You can usually find me traveling, queuing, or at barricade for a band. I am most likely doing all three things in a day. If I'm not at a concert you can also find me digging through crates for that coveted black disc of vinyl.

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