The Native Begin Arena Tour Supporting Bastille Today


BEGIN UK ARENA TOUR SUPPORTING BASTILLE TODAY 

ANNOUNCE SINGLE ‘BLINDSIDE’ WILL BE RELEASED 8TH APRIL

THEIR FIRST RELEASE UNDER A NEW DEAL WITH THIS FEELING RECORDS 

PRESAVE THE SINGLE HERE

 

‘BLINDSIDE’ IS THE FIRST SONG FROM THEIR NEW EP WHICH FOLLOWS IN THE SUMMER 

 

CURRENTLY TOURING ARENAS AS GUESTS TO BASTILLE 

 

“Stellar songwriting with a fresh appeal, The Native’s work has transformed them into one of the country’s most sought after new groups.” – Clash 

 

“Knowing exactly how to harness their indie powers, The Native fuel their frenzied supporters with each release and they know exactly how to impress.” – Earmilk 

     

(Photo credit Sophie Harbinson)

 

The Native are currently embarking upon a major tour as guests to Bastille, which includes a huge London show at London’s O2 next week. The band have also announced that they’ve signed a new deal with rock ‘n’ roll tastemakers This Feeling, which commences with their brand new single ‘Blindside’. The track will be the first song to preview their new EP, which will follow in the summer.  

 

The Native’s roots date back to secondary school in PlymouthCharlie Noordewier and guitarist Ben Andrew started the project by releasing an ethereal indie-folk EP, and soon boosted the band with the addition of Tom Booth (bass) and Harry Youngs (keys). They only had one rehearsal together, before they were thrust into a local 8000 capacity show supporting Bastille as part of MTV’s Ocean City Sounds. That was followed with a headline gig at Plymouth Pavilions a mere week after they had finished their A-levels. 

 

That was the moment they decided to take the band as far as they could. Meanwhile, the feral live energy of their live shows started to inspire a new exhilaration and propulsion to their music too. Inspired by the genre-defying single-mindedness of The 1975, the raucous anthems of Catfish and The Bottlemen, plus Coldplay’s anthemic power, The Native provoked interest and admiration with every release. Their rise continued through 2021’s self-released In My Mind’ EP as well as recent singles from ‘Call Me Out’ to ‘Signals’. Their line-up also evolved with the addition of their new drummer Fergus Segrove

 

The Bastille support tour is happening now – dates below;

 

MARCH -GUESTS TO BASTILLE

31st – Bournemouth INTL Centre

APRIL – GUESTS TO BASTILLE 

1st – Hull, Bonus Arena

7th – London, The O2 Arena 

8th – Manchester, AO Arena 

10th / 11th – Glasgow, O2 Academy 

13th – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena 

14th / 15th – Birmingham, O2 Academy 

17th – Plymouth, Pavilions 

18th – Brighton, Centre 

 

 

 

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