THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT Release First Official Video from “A Deeper Cut”
Louise Swift March 9, 2018Press ReleaseComments Off on THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT Release First Official Video from “A Deeper Cut”1,013 Views
THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT
Release First Official Video For No 6 UK Album Charting Album “A Deeper Cut”
Directed by Charlie Lightening (Paul McCartney, Liam Gallagher, Beady Eye, Jamiroquai). Filmed in one shot at legendary RAK studios.
Full UK And Eire Headline Tour As Part Of A European Tour Feb / March / April 2018
British rock and rollers THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT’s third studio, A Deeper Cut” blasted into the UK charts at No 6 (UK Official Album Chart). The band also entered at No 1 (Indie Chart), No 1 (Rock Chart) and No 1 (Vinyl Chart). The album is the highest ever album chart debut for Earache Records (Rival Sons, Blackberry Smoke) in their 31 year history. http://www.earache.com
The band are currently on a full UK tour – full details below.
The band today release the first official video from the album – for the single “Caught In the Middle”. The video was directed by the legendary Charlie Lightening (Paul McCartney, Liam Gallagher, Beady Eye, Jamroqui) and was filmed in one shot at legendary RAK studios.
See the video here –
Following a whirlwind few years in which they released Top 20 albums, toured around the world and shared the stage with rock megastars THE ROLLING STONES. THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT are finally back, having been hard at work behind the scenes preparing for an even bigger year in 2018.
The band’s new album, ‘A Deeper Cut’, features 12 brand new songs which draw on the band’s recent experiences and showcase their ever-improving song-writing abilities.’A Deeper Cut’ is available now on limited edition signed digipak CD, regular digipak CD, regular vinyl, and limited edition signed coloured vinyl.Sold Out 14 date UK club tour in November 2017Mon 19th Feb 2018 Brighton, Concorde 2, UK
Tues 20th Feb Cambridge. Junction, UK
Wed 21st Feb Birmingham, o2 Institute, UK
Thurs 22nd Feb Bristol, o2 Academy, UK
Sat 24th Feb Poole, Winters End Festival, UK festival date
Sun 25th Feb Manchester, o2 Ritz, UK
Tues 27th Feb Dublin, Grand Social, EIRE
Wed 28th Feb Belfast, Empire Music Hall, UK
Fri 2nd March Aberdeen, The Garage, UK
Sat 3rd March Glasgow, Barrowlands, UK
Sun 4th March Newcastle, University, UK
Mon 5th March Sheffield, o2 Academy, UK
Wed 7th March Portsmouth, Pyramids, UK
Thurs 8th March Nottingham, Rock City, UK
Fri 9th March London, o2 Forum, UK
Sun 18th March Munich, Backstage Werk, GERMANY
Mon 19th March Vienna, Chelsea, AUSTRIA
Wed 21st March Prague, Futurum, CZECH REPUBLIC
Thurs 22nd March Warsaw, Hydrozagadka, POLAND
Sat 24th March Berlin, Lido, GERMANY
Sun 25th March Hamburg, Knust, GERMANY
Tues 27th March Cologne, Buergerhaus, GERMANY
Wed 28th March Amsterdam, Melkweg, HOLLAND
Thurs 29th March Leffinge, De Zwerver, BELGIUM
Sun 1st April Cenon, Le Rocher De Palmer, FRANCE
Mon 2nd April Nantes, Le Ferrailleur, FRANCEUK tickets available through www.livenation.co.ukwww.ticketmaster.co.uk
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