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Thursday, July 18, 2019
GIK Acoustics - Europe
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The Moshville Times

Video Premiere: Be Quiet. Shout Loud! – I Won’t Sing 4 U

Currently making waves across the European scene with their flamboyant live shows and glam rock party jams, Be Quiet. Shout Loud! have recently been decimating international stages. From Olga’s Rock festival in Germany, headlining the NARC Stage at Stockton Calling after releasing their latest EP, their anthemic new single “I Wont Sing 4 U” lands with an official video today!

The band comment:

Lyrically it touches on the negative effect of being in a bubble, having a distinct lack of self-awareness and the dangers of living inside your own mind. Its intention though is to make people want to do the opposite and make them jump around and sing along.

With a UK tour and the next EP already on the horizon, Be Quiet. Shout Loud! are armed with huge disco hooks, 80s synth lines and outstanding dance moves. This is a band ready to ooze sequins across indie dancefloors all over the world.

Be Quiet. Shout Loud! tour dates:

  • Thursday 18th April – Bubbles, Ashington
  • Saturday 20th April – Stockton Calling Festival, Headlining the NARC Magazine Stage
  • Sunday 21st April – The Tavern, Blyth
  • Sunday 12th May – Westgarth Social Club Middlesbrough
  • Friday 24th May – Alberts Shed, Shrewsbury
  • Saturday 25th May – Newport Gin Festival
  • Sunday 26th May – Audlem Festival
  • Sunday 26th May – Rock and Bowl Festival
  • Sunday 9th June – MusicBox Festival Darlington.
  • Saturday 15th June – Hartlepool Live Festival (3pm)
  • Saturday 15th June – Barnsley Live Festival (7pm)
  • Saturday 6th July – Cluny 2 – Newcastle w/KKETT
  • Saturday 20th July – Woodhorn Lane Festival – Ashington
  • Saturday 3rd August – Scarborough Market Hall w/East 17
  • Sunday 25th August – BubStock, Bubbles – Ashington
  • Thursday 14th November – The Forum – Darlington

Be Quiet. Shout Loud!: official | facebook | twitter | instagram | soundcloud | youtube

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Ross

Described as a gig junkie, can be seen at anything from the Quireboys to Black Label Society and everything in between.

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