Deaf Havana Release Trailer For “English Hearts” DVD, 2013 UK Tour Dates Reminder

    Deaf Havana Press Photo 2013

    Having just opened for The Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen at the Olympic Stadium in London a couple of days ago, things are pretty good right now in the world of Deaf Havana. The band are currently preparing for the release of their upcoming album entitled “Old Souls”, which will be their first major record label release, with the album coming out on BMG Chrysalis on the 16th of September 2013. As part of the deluxe version of Old Souls, a very special documentary about Deaf Havana entitled “English Hearts” will be included on a DVD that will be included in all deluxe copies of the album. Fans can watch a trailer of Old Souls, which has been directed by Jon Stone, below:

    Deaf Havana’s frontman and chief songwriter James Veck-Gilodi has been offering some insight into his thought processes in regards to Old Souls:

    “I knew what I didn’t want this album to sound like – an underground rock record. We’ve been in that scene and although we enjoyed it, we didn’t want to be stuck there. I’m not being arrogant, but my aim was to write timeless songs. Rather than look to bands around us, I thought about my actual influences – Springsteen in particular, and the sort of classic rock that doesn’t date.”

    Deaf Havana will be hitting the road to promote Old Souls soon after the release of the album. This tour will contain the band’s biggest ever headline tour date as they play the Camden Town Roundhouse in addition to other theatre type venues around the country. Confirmation of the tour details follows below:

    Deaf Havana October 2013 UK Tour Dates

    Thu 17th – Southampton – Guildhall
    Fri 18th – Bristol – O2 Academy
    Sat 19th – Birmingham – Institute
    Sun 20th – Edinburgh – Picturehouse
    Tue 22nd – Liverpool – O2 Academy
    Wed 23rd – Nottingham – Rock City
    Thu 24th – Cambridge – Corn Exchange
    Fri 25th – London – Roundhouse

    Tickets are still available for most shows and are available from £14 plus booking fees and regional variations (good old London prices). will report on any further updates from Deaf Havana but in the meantime if you want to learn more about the band please check out their official website at


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