Music: The Hawklords to play two dates in Notts

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Following the success of their critically acclaimed UK Top 40 Album Chart release “FUSION” in 2016, Hawklords reset their space-rock clock with the 2017 album release entitled, “SIX” (out October 6th) and an extensive UK tour.

From the malevolent maelstrom that is ‘Mind Crime’ and the intoxicating intrigue of ‘Nightside’ to the expansive desolation of ‘Los Cavatina’, this album breaks the mould with a stark and disturbing, yet, sometimes beautiful, body of work, that reaches into spaces where many may fear to tread.

Described by the band as “A study in dystopia and the dark spaces of the mind”, it features key former Hawkwind members Harvey Bainbridge and Jerry Richards, with Dave Pearce (from British psyche-rock band The Bevis Frond) alongside newest band member, Tom Ashurst.

The band’s amazing lightshow will once again be provided by veteran lighting designer Dave ‘Lighthouse’ Johnson, who is creating a brand new show to melt your minds and rock your retinas!
The Hawklords promise an “out of this world” space-rock extravaganza at every venue.
Jerry Richards: “This is an album about people and places. Some who find themselves in a world of pain and then sometimes in a world of beauty. This record is quite dark in places, yet it reaches for the light, elsewhere. Hawk fans will love it: a familiar sound exploring the uncharted territory of the mind. Mind-blowing? Maybe…”
Harvey Bainbridge: “A step into the nightside, a step into the unknown, a step off the edge of reality, into an alien home”

Tour Dates

October:

Thurs 19th: Sutton-in-Ashfield – The Diamond
Fri 20th: Lewes – The Con Club
Sat 21st: Hitchin – Club 85
Sun 22nd: Southend – Chinnery’s
Tues 24th: Wigan – Old Courts
Thurs 26th: Edinburgh – Bannermans
Fri 27th: Glasgow – Audio
Sat 28th: Aberdeen – The Assembly
Sun 29th: Newcastle – Cluny
Tues 31st: Grimsby – Yardbirds

November:
Weds 1st: Preston – The Continental
Thurs 2nd: Frome – Cheese & Grain
Fri 3rd: Plymouth – The Hub
Sat 4th: Southampton – Talking Heads
Sun 5th: Hastings – The Carlisle
Mon 6th: Swansea – Sin City
Tues 7th: Bristol – Bierkeller
Thurs 9th: Evesham – The Iron Road
Fri 10th: London – 100 Club
Sat 11th: Nottingham – Doghouse
Sun 12th: Bilston – Robin 2
Mon 13th: Leicester – Musician
Tues 14th: Norwich – Brickmakers
Thurs 16th: Kendal – Bootleggers
Fri 17th: Pwlhelli – Hard Rock Hell Prog Festival
Sat 18th: Chester – Live Rooms
Sun 19th: Worcester – Marrs Bar

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