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Black Peaks issue White Eyes stream

Black Peaks

Black Peaks have released a stream of their track White Eyes.

It’s taken from the band’s upcoming debut album Statues, out on April 8 via Sony Music Entertainment.

The band say: “This was one of the last songs we wrote whilst writing the record and by far one of the most fun to play live.

“This was one of those songs that has a million different sections that we originally planned to chop down but ended up leaving every last detail in there. We feel it represents us down to the last note.”

The UK outfit previously released Set In Stone, Saviour and Glass Built Castles from the record.

Black Peaks kick off a UK tour today (March 31) in Newcastle with Palm Reader and Toska. They’ll then head to mainland Europe in June before returning to England for an appearance at this year’s Download festival.

Black Peaks Statues tracklist

  1. Glass Built Castles
  2. Crooks
  3. Say You Will
  4. Hang ‘Em High
  5. Set In Stone
  6. Saviour
  7. Statues Of Shame
  8. Drones
  9. White Eyes
  10. For Those That Sleep For A Thousand Years Shall Soon Wake
  11. To Take The First Turn

Black Peaks 2016 tour dates

Mar 31: Newcastle Northumbria University, UK
Apr 01: Manchester The Deaf Institute, UK
Apr 02: Leeds The Key Club, UK
Apr 03: Glasgow King Tut’s, UK
Apr 06: London Borderline, UK
Aug 07: Kent The Forum, UK
Apr 08: Nottingham Rock City Basement, UK
Jun 04: Vienna Rock In Vienna, Austria
Jun 11: Donington Download Festival, UK
Jun 23: Copenhagen Copenhell Festival, UK
Jun 24: Orfu Fishing On Orfu, Hungary
Jul 05: Rusek Rock For People Festival, Czech Republic

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