DIY Presents: Loads of ace bands join Hello 2017

Loads of ace bands join Hello 2017​!

We’ve added the likes of Her’s, Bruising and Haarm to the tour.

Beginning just days into the new year, as announced last issue we’re sending Dream Wife on the road as part of the Hello 2017 tour.

Joining the explosive trio will be a bunch of ace new bands local to every city - the best each has to offer (in our humble opinion).

In Liverpool, alt-pop duo Her’s join the bill, alongside trip-hop newcomers Haarm and the equally promising AGP.

Newcastle is churning out incredible new music right now, and we’ve picked out Plaza and Seeing Hands to support on 23rd January.

We’ve also got the likes of fuzzy dreamers Bruising (pictured) and Brighton bunch Thyla getting on board.

Check out the full Hello 2017 line-ups below and get tickets via DICE, SeeTickets, Songkick and local record shops.

JANUARY 2017
17 London, The Old Blue Last (Dream Wife, Venture Lows, Dama Scout)
18 Brighton, Green Door Store (Dream Wife, Thyla, Gang) - tickets
20 Liverpool, Buyers Club (Dream Wife, Her’s, Haarm, AGP) - tickets
21 Leeds, Headrow House (Dream Wife, Bruising, Drahla) - tickets
23 Newcastle, The Cluny 2 (Dream Wife, Plaza, Seeing Hands) - tickets
24 Manchester, Night & Day Cafe (Dream Wife + supports TBA) - tickets

Watch Bruising’s ‘I Don’t Mind’ video below.

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