Today is a good day to love Deaf Havana 

As they ride off the success of their ‘Rituals’ LP, Deaf Havana is exploring more exciting ventures as today they’ve unveiled their live rendition of their best tracks collected into one album, ‘Deaf Havana Live At Brixton Academy.’ 

Compiled of 22-tracks, the live album finds itself in the midst of Deaf Havana’s biggest headline date of their UK tour last year as they pit-stopped at the monumental, raucous Brixton Academy date and performed to a huge crowd of over 4,500 people. 

Speaking about his excitement, Deaf Havana frontman James Veck-Gilodi said: “This is a milestone in anyone’s career, we’ve had it not tougher then anyone else, but it’s been a weird journey, and if you grew up where we grew up, to do this is unheard of! So thank you, it’s only down to you we’re allowed to do this. I cannot express my gratitude enough”. 

In celebration of this milestone, Deaf Havana have dropped the live version of ‘Hell’ which you can check out below:

‘Deaf Havana Live At Brixton Academy’ is available now both digitally and on double CD. Buy/stream the live album here.

Tracklisting:

Epiphany 
Hell
Leeches
Sing
Mildred
Little White Lies
Ritual
Cassiopeia
Evil
Past Six Years
Happiness
Ashes, Ashes
Trigger
Holy
Anemophobia Pt.2
Caro Padre
Worship
Fever
Pensacola, 2013
Sinner
Boston Square
Hunstanton Pier

Deaf Havana are kicking off on their UK & Ireland tour today with support from The La Fontaines and Hot Milk. Dates can be found below:

Catch Deaf Havana live:

 

15th March – Great Hall, Cardiff

16th March – Pyramids, Portsmouth

17th March – O2 Academy, Bristol

19th March – Rock City, Nottingham

20th March – The Welly, Hull

21st March – SWG3, Glasgow

22nd March – Unit 51, Aberdeen

24th March – Empire, Middlesbrough

25th March – Albert Hall, Manchester

27th March – Leadmill, Sheffield

28th March – O2 Academy, Birmingham

30th March – Limelight 2, Belfast

31st March – Green Room, Dublin

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