Greek rockers 7he 7ouch are a new independent force on the UK rock scene, bringing a promising dose of hook laden, power anthems to the London circuit.
With their debut EP Seventyseven set for release October 29th, the band have announced a run of UK tour dates to follow, which concludes at London’s Nambucca on the 12th of November. Full dates below.
They’ve also shared another track from the EP named ‘Knobs’, which is an upbeat love song, exploring the internal fire you possess when meeting someone who can impact your life.
“It’s an ode to those people that come into our lives and make us feel things that are kind of hard to explain and don’t necessarily need to be explained”, describes vocalist Constantine.
“It’s like the butterflies you get in your stomach, when you are with someone and you know this is the person you want to start making memories with and take that deep dive into the mystics of love, passion and desire. You don’t know how or why, but you just feel it. It’s like a Shakespearian reverie!”
It follows the previously released ‘My Face (Nanana)’, which is a catchy hard rock banger about overcoming rejection. Something that the band have all dealt with and many others can relate to.
Experience and determination is a running theme throughout the Seventyseven EP, with all six tracks marking a moment in their journey so far that has bought them to London from their home in Athens, where they left amidst the country’s financial crisis in a bid to follow their dreams.
The debut single ‘Solution’, questions the political turmoil affecting us across the globe and the extreme ideologies people have on how to deal with the issues, while the previously released ‘You Can’ reflects on their move to London and the obstacles they had to overcome as a band. Their first weeks in the capital saw them without money and a place to stay, with vocalist Constantine confessing “it was one of the first ever times that I felt
The band formed of Constantine (vocals), Stelios (guitar), John (lead guitar), Toni (bass) and Dave (drums) bring together influences ranging from old school rock’n’roll through to nu metal to create a sound that is powerful, raw and undeniably catchy.
This fresh rock talent are not ones to be ignored and you can see them in action at the following dates…
UK TOUR DATES
Nov 9th – The Kings Arms, Manchester
Nov 10th – Fox & Newt, Leeds
Nov 11th – The Flapper, Birmingham
Nov 12th – Nambucca, London
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