Monday, 16 April 2012

Hadouken Wolverhampton Gig Preview


In just five short years dance-rock band Hadouken have signed to Ministry Of Sound and patented their own brand of bass-driven synthrock. And on Wednesday 16th the band will bring their ever-popular club sound to Wolverhampton's Slade Rooms.

The band have been turning heads since their d├ębut album, 'Music For An Accelerated Generation', in 2007 and have maintained a devoted cult following ever since.
Now the band are all set to release their third album and are currently touring the UK with a brand new show.

In an exclusive interview singer James Smith revealed that fans can expect their favourite songs at the show, alongside brand new material from the upcoming album.
"You've got to respect that people want to hear songs that they know. We generally will play a few [new songs] but we're not going to play an entirely new set. They're the ones that are going to be the singles and that are going to come out soon enough."

Smith went on to reveal that fans can expect a very exciting show.
"We like to get everyone moving and singing along. There's a lot of fun for the people that don't want to get involved with the mosh pits as well."

Smith also praised Wolverhampton and the fans the band have there.
"When we've played in Wolverhampton, we've always had a good crowd and we really enjoy it. There's been some really memorable gigs there." 

Tickets for the show are available at www.wolvescivic.co.uk or from the Midlands box office. 


To listen to the interview, click here.

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