“I listened to these guys and they totally blew me away, I love them” –
Alex Baker, Kerrang!

Brit alternative rock foursome TIRADE continue their upward trajectory with
the release of their breathtaking new EP, Nothing Dramatic, out on Friday
30th August. The EP features the singles, No Time –
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nreZ-lC6NeA , & To Be Honest –
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9zeYS3-ZXI .

Formed in 2015, and rendering influence from a cluster of areas, panning
from Press to MECO and Lower Than Atlantis, to Enter Shikari and Boston
Manor, TIRADE cleverly bind intoxicating up-tempo alt-rock with contagious
hooks and unique phrasing. Originally born out of University in Crewe,
Cheshire, the infectious quartet recently relocated to Manchester, where
they have already made their mark on the city’s buoyant music scene.

Since their inception, TIRADE have toured throughout the UK and mainland
Europe, and in doing so, the band have shared stages with everyone from the
likes of Decade, Press to MECO, Abandoned by Bears, SHVPES, Emarosa, Chapter
and Verse, Youth Killed It, Grumble Bee, In Dynamics, and Normandie. The
foursome have also received critical acclaim from Rock Sound, Kerrang!
Radio, Upset Magazine, Discovered Magazine, Punktastic and Already Heard.

TIRADE are set to stride forward again with the release of their new EP,
Nothing Dramatic. The EP is a colossal statement. Packed with intriguing
guitar work, alluring vocals, and thoughtful arrangements, from back to
front, the EP glows and cannot fail to ignite the senses. The band remark
about the release: “We feel this EP is a reflection of all our individual
and unified music tastes and is a step forward from our previous record. We
took artistic influence from established bands such as Lower Than Atlantis
or Don Broco, but ultimately this EP showcases all of the varied styles that
each member brings to the table. The ‘Nothing Dramatic’ EP is an evolution
in our combined songwriting abilities.”

TIRADE & Donnie Willow live: July 23rd – Glasgow; 25th – Leicester; 26th –
Bristol; 27th Chelmsford, Essex; 28th – Manchester.


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