After a highly anticipated wait, UK heavyweights Deaf Havana are back with a headline regional tour of the UK & Ireland in support of their sophomore album which was released in 2011. A hectic and turbulent 12 months for the band has seen them lose a member, re-shuffle, have their comeback single chart at #10 in the Official UK Rock Chart, packed stages at Sonisphere, Hevy and Slam Dunk Festivals, a Kerrang! Award nomination and a critically acclaimed headline tour, selling out the infamous London Garage as well as numerous other venues around the UK.
They return to The Speakeasy at QUB Students Union on Saturday 14th April, tickets on sale Thursday 2nd February.
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Deaf Havana are an English pop punk quartet from King's Lynn in the UK. The band was formed in 2005 at the King's Lynn campus of The University of East Anglia. The band's early releases along with constant touring developed a strong fan base in the UK music scene. The name Deaf Havana came from their former guitarist Sebastian Spitz, but the name itself has no literal meaning. Deaf Havana was formed when the original members met at the King's Lynn campus of The College of East Anglia.
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