Deaf Havana have confirmed the support bands for their Brixton show

Deaf Havana are playing in support of their new album ‘Rituals’.

Deaf Havana have announced the support bands for their only headline show for the remainder of 2018.

The newly styled pop group will perform at Brixton Academy on 7th December, following their sets at Reading & Leeds this summer.

Supporting them will be Stereo Honey, and Dallon Weekes’ (formerly of Panic! at the Disco) band, I Don’t Know How But They Found Me.

Deaf Havana are playing in support of their new album ‘Rituals’, which came out back in August.

“It feels quite self-indulgent,” says vocalist James Veck-Gilodi of the record. “This is the first time I feel like I have made an album that is all for me, written purely for my own enjoyment.

“I understand that I might alienate some people who might not ‘get’ the album, but I am so fortunate that the band are behind me all the way. Everyone is super excited to get out on the road and play all these songs live.”

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