Mid-10’s band Crowns have announced their return, with a show at The Old Blue Last in London on 16th November.
The band, originally from Cornwall but now based in London, return with a new line-up, sound, and new music on the way.
Forming in 2010, the group were supported by the Mumford & Sons-backed Communion record label, releasing an EP in 2012 before their debut album ‘Stitches in the Flags’ in 2012, with the record receiving support from the likes of Zane Lowe, John Kennedy.
The band went on to support the likes of Brandon Flowers, Mystery Jets, The Dropkick Murphys and The Pogues before their hiatus in 2014.
Now back with a refreshed and revamped post-punk sound, Crowns will play an intimate comeback show at The Old Blue Last, armed with new material and old favourites.
On reforming Crowns, frontman Bill Jefferson says:
“I woke up one day and wrote a song from start to finish in one go. I listened back to the recording I made on my phone and knew I needed to reform Crowns. I mentioned us playing a trad session in Cornwall and was floored by the positivity. Writing and reforming Crowns has been like coming home to a warm house full of family.”
Over 18's only.