Britain's biggest breaking rock band set to do some damage with self-titled LP
Cai Trefor
17:11 13th March 2017

Having proved themselves as a tight-as-glue live unit over the past few years in small venues, Reading four-piece The Amazons are about to make the jump over to the big league with a debut album released via major label, Fiction.

The Amazons have been dominating radio with their anthemic rock singles 'Little Something' and 'Black Magic' and fans' prayers wishing to hear more are now being answered with this new record. They're on course to take the baton from Royal Blood as the hottest new rock band in the UK right now and the album will give them the creedence needed to make that a reality.

Visually the album is stunning. The rockers for to satisfy their inner pyro and blow up a van in the middle of the street in a controlled manner whilst not hurting anyone. The results is everything they could have wanted and more.

The album is produced by the Grammy nominated Catherine Marks (Wolf Alice, Foals, PJ Harvey) and recorded at the world famous Assault and Battery Studios in west London. Sounds like a choice mix.

Track list:
‘Stay With Me’
‘Burn My Eyes’
‘In My Mind’
‘Junk Food Forever’
‘Raindrops’
‘Black Magic’
‘Ultraviolet’
‘Little Something’
‘Holy Roller’
‘Something in the Water’
‘Palace’

Forthcoming live dates:

March

10 - Nottingham, Bodega Social Club
11 - Leicester, The Cookie
12 - Leamington Spa, Zephyr Lounge
14 - Cambridge, Portland Arms
15 - Oxford, The Bullingdon
16 - Guildford, The Boileroom
17 - Brighton, Patterns
20 – Germany, Cologne, Live Music Hall (with You Me At Six)
21 – Germany, Berlin, Columbia Theater (with You Me At Six)
23 – Sweden, Stockholm, Fryshuset (with You Me At Six)
24 – Norway, Oslo, Vulkan Arena (with You Me At Six)
26 – Germany, Hamburg, Markthalle (with You Me At Six)
27 – Belgium, Brussels, Ancienne Belgique (with You Me At Six)
29 – Netherlands, Amsterdam, Paradiso (with You Me At Six)
30 – Luxembourg, den Atelier (with You Me At Six)

April

5 - Sheffield, The Plug
6 - Manchester, Deaf Institute
7 - Glasgow, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
8 - Newcastle, The Cluny
11 - Birmingham, Mama Roux’s
12 - London, Dingwalls
13 - Reading, Sub89
15 - Netherlands, Paaspop Festival
29 - Live At Leeds

May

18 - The Great Escape
28 - Liverpool Sound City

June 
11 - Isle of Wight Festival
17 - Netherlands, Best Kept Secret Festival