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Introducing Glasgow Post Hardcore Quintet TENEMENTS







Introducing Glasgow born post hardcore/metalcore outfit TENEMENTS who will release their new single 'Standing On The Backs Of Angels' this autumn via Flare and Flame Records. 'Standing On The Backs Of Angels' is a message for everyone who has experienced some form of toxicity, whether it be from a friendship, relationship or belief. Everyone at some point in their life has all been in a position where enough is enough and the band expresses that feeling in their new single.

The track premiered exclusively with Punktastic.com and can now be heard here below..

Link: https://soundcloud.com/user-179916474/standing-on-the-backs-of-angels









This November the band hit the road for the first time after recently debuting their live show in Glasgow, supporting Rise Records' DEAD!. 2018 will see the band release a debut five track EP, along with as playing as many live shows as possible.

TENEMENTS take influence from every style of music that they take pleasure from. Nothing is out of bounds in terms of their writing ability and 'Standing On The Backs Of Angels', is the perfect debut offering from the quintet to get their music 'out there'.

"It is our mission statement to lay out all of our cards on the table. Each piece of music we write is a journey of honesty and passion with our influences and inspiration sewn firmly into our sleeves. Each and every note we throw at you is meticulously planned as if it could be our last. We take great pride in earning our fanbase through our dedication to the music. We always say that we may be Tenements, but you (our fanbase) are the bricks that build us."


'Standing On The Backs Of Angels' was produced by Bruce Rintoul (Vukovi, Fatherson, Twin Atlantic) at 45 A-Side Recordings. The track was then mixed and mastered by Justin Hill (SikTh, Bury Tomorrow, Heart Of A Coward).








Live dates:
November
14th - The Basement, York
15th - Peer Hat, Manchester
16th - Vintage Rock Bar, Doncaster
17th - The Parish, Huddersfield
18th - The Shed, Leicester
19th - New Cross Inn, London
21st - The Pit, Swansea
22nd - The Smokehouse, Ipswich
24th - Old No7, Barnsley
25th - Lincoln Imp, Scunthorpe
26th - Temple Of Boom, Leeds

TENEMENTS are
Darren Coles – Vocals
Chris Bennett – Guitar/Vocals
Callum Nicolson – Guitar
Malcolm Robb – Bass Guitar
Jamie Whiteside – Drums/Vocals

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/TenementsGLA
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TenementsGLA
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tenementsgla/


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