Fast-rising UK rock band Euphoria Audio have shared a video scrapbook covering the first leg of their 2015 UK tour. The diary comes on the back of the completion of a string of phenomenally well received live shows during the Spring.
The band, who hail from Wakefield, released their self-titled debut album last autumn to critical acclaim, it’s epic blend of big riffs and even bigger melodies being seamlessly crafted and stadium-ready. It followed a momentous period full of highlights that saw them supporting Aerosmith at their first ever show in Singapore, playing to over 14,000 fans as a result and streaming the concert across the globe via YouTube.
The Euphoria Audio LP was recorded in Los Angeles, Norway and the UK with Brandon Friesen (Nickelback) and Jeff Blue (Linkin Park), and saw art supplied by internationally renowned painter Bob Barker whose piece “Lovers In The Rain” adorns the cover.
The band are about to embark on the second leg of their UK tour, bringing their pop-infused brand of riff-heavy rock to the masses with a free-entry show at The Londoner on the 20th of June as part of the Live In Barnsley festival.
The run of confirmed shows is as follows:
20th Jun: Live In Barnsley at The Londoner, 6:30pm, Free Entry
18th Jul: The Lincoln Imp, Scunthorpe
26th Jul: Tramlines Festival at The Mulberry Tavern, 1:00pm
12th Sep: The Diamond, Sutton in Ashfield w/ The Bon Jovi Experience
24th Sep: Milo Bar, Leeds
Check out Euphoria Audio’s new video scrapbook below:
The band are already working on new material and plan to release an all-new EP this coming Autumn. Fans eager for new music can grab a free-download of rare track “House On Fire”, recorded in LA when the debut album was first taking shape, by signing up to Euphoria Audio’s mailing list at their official website.
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2 thoughts on “Euphoria Audio launch video scrapbook and announce new EP ahead of UK tour dates”
best up and coming band in the uk, you have got to listen to their album and see them live
Fantastic Album brilliant write up a must see band!!!!!