Tuesday, 3 September 2013

SONIC BOOM SIX set to release their brand new single ‘The High Cost Of Living’ on 28th October 2013 through Xtra Mile Recordings / Head out as main support to Hadouken in Oct/Nov / Confirmed Headliners for Dr Martens #standforsomething Tour / confirmed for Vans Warped UK
- Brand new promo video premiered on Vevo 

Following their summer appearances at Download, Reading and Leeds Festivals, Manchester’s SONIC BOOM SIX release brand new single, ‘The High Cost of Living’, which will be released as a download only single on 28th October 2013, through Xtra Mile Recordings.

Barney Boom, vocalist and frontman from SB6, on the new single; "Personally this is my favourite song off the album as I don't think there's any other band that sounds quite like the mix of sounds in this song and the lyrics really reflect the message and philosophy of SB6. We're not out there telling people what to think or making partisan political statements but we're questioning the way we live our lives, suggesting things can be done differently and trying to get people to draw their own conclusions."

This single comes at a very busy time for the Boom. Having just packed out The Lock Up Tent at the Reading and Leeds Festivals, the band are pleased to announce that they will headline the Deaf Institute on Sept 28th as part of the Dr Martens #STANDFORSOMTHING tour alongside fellow headliners Young Guns, Dry The River, Spector and Lower Than Atlantis.

They then head out with the incredible HADOUKEN as main support on their UK Tour throughout October and November before a set at the UK Leg of the Vans Warped Tour held at London’s Alexandra Palace on November 17th.  Whilst there, the band will also be doing a signing at the Teenage Cancer Trust tent, the official charity for the event this year.
A FULL list of all confirmed SB6 live dates:
28th Sept 2013 Manchester Deaf Institute

28th Oct 2013 Cambridge Junction
29th Oct 2013 Oxford Academy
30th Oct 2013 Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
31st Oct 2013 Wolverhampton Slade Rooms
1st Nov 2013 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
2nd Nov 2013 Gloucester Guildhall
3rd Nov 2013 Stoke Sugar Mill

17th Nov 2013 London Alexandra Palace

Laila K - Vocals
Barney Boom - Vocals
Nick Horne - Guitars
James T Boom - Bass and Synths
Neil ‘Macca’ McMinn - Drums and Samples

Press quotes on ‘Sonic Boom Six’:
‘Manc skankers finally bottle their live-show on record…Almost every track here is breathless whiz of high octane ingenuity, flitting between ska, punk amd electronica’ – Kerrang! Magazine 4/5
‘Sonic Boom Six’ is the sound of a band going big when everyone else has gone home, and this is simply banger after banger’ – Rock Sound 8/10
‘This is the sound of modern Britain’ – Big Cheese 4/5
‘Proudly political super-pop from Manchester’ – Q magazine 3/5