Acclaimed American rockers Framing Hanley have announced they are returning to the UK in 2021 for a series of tour dates.
The Tennessee band released their new album Envy at the start of the pandemic after reforming.
Black Velvet magazine said of the record: “The more you listen to the album, the more it captivates you.”
Dead Press similarly hailed the release, declaring: “Framing Hanley have continued to blow man-sized holes in the rock scene due to their thick, crunchy musical approach.”
Framing Hanley had released three albums prior to breaking up in 2015. The Moment (2007), A Promise To Burn (2010) and The Sum Of Who We Are (2014) has sold over 200,000 albums and 1.5 million downloads, with their music has been streamed over 150 million times.
Official music videos have surpassed 40 million views.
Radio hits included Hear Me Now, Lollipop, You Stupid Girl, Collide and Criminal.
The first single from Envy, Puzzle Pieces, has already surpassed 15 million streams, making it their most streamed original song in their history.
And they are delighted to be playing in the UK once again.
Frontman Kenneth Nixon said: “The UK is truly one of my favourite spots in the world to play, if not my absolute favourite.
“It’s been way too long since we’ve been over there and we’re very very very much looking forward to returning and getting rowdy.
“This is a new Framing Hanley than what you saw last, and we can’t wait to show y’all what we’ve been working on.”
Framing Hanley’s tour dates are as follows:
April 7 – London, Underworld
April 8 – Birmingham, The Asylum
April 9 – Sheffield, Corporation
April 10 – Manchester, Rebellion
Visit ticketweb.uk to buy tickets. See ffm.to/framinghanleyenvy to stream, download or buy Envy.