Lincs: Rising stars Lonely the Brave to support Deaf Havana at Engine Shed gig

Lonely The Brave are supporting Deaf Havana at The Engine Shed in Lincoln in December. Picture: Danny North
Lonely The Brave are supporting Deaf Havana at The Engine Shed in Lincoln in December. Picture: Danny North

BBC Radio 1 favourites Lonely The Brave will be the main support slot on Kings Lynn rock act Deaf Havana’s UK tour which includes a date at The Engine Shed in Lincoln on 20th December.

The band will play songs from their top 20 debut album The Day’s War, including singles and fan favourites Backroads, Victory Line and Trick of the Light.

This will likely mark Lonely The Brave’s last tour of 2014, and a final chance this year to see the live show that has garnered them so many fans and rave reviews from the likes of NME, Rock Sound and Kerrang!

The Day’s War, was released in September having been Zane Lowe’s Album of the Week on BBC Radio 1 and received excellent reviews in Kerrang!, Rock Sound and NME.

The tour follows a busy summer which included festival appearances at Download Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds.

They also played with Neil Young at Belgium’s Lokerse Festival and with Aerosmith at Calling in London.

Now, their excellent 2014 looks set to end on a high note as they support one of the UKs most promising bands in Deaf Havana.

Tickets for their Lincoln gig are £15 and available on 0844 8888766 or www.engineshed.co.uk