TAILBLOCK REVEAL EP PLANS & RELEASE NEW SONG

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Tailblock may not be easy to categorise, but they are certainly easy to
like. Offering a sound that will undeniably ignite your aural senses, this
hearty trio are poised to break out this year. Tailblock release their
sophomore EP, Think Or Be, on Friday 13th July, and in anticipation, the
tune merchants have just dropped a new track, ‘Heavy Arms’.

Formed back in 2016 and coming at you from Dartford, Kent, Tailback have gathered
inspiration from the likes of Reuben, Hundred Reasons, Rival Schools, and
Glassjaw, but also offer their own distinctive voice on proceedings. At the
end of 2016, Tailblock released their debut EP, Burn Your Bridges. The EP
was produced by Ian Sadler (Anavae, Roam) and was hailed by String Buzz as:
“A flawless staple of the post-hardcore genre; a must listen and one of
which I will find very difficult to forget.”

Tailblock have now completed work on their new EP, Think Or Be. Again, with
Ian Sadler at the helm, this new release is a cut above their debut record.
Expressing a cluster of earnest and driving tracks, the EP gleams from the
speakers with its enticing rhythms and colossal refrains. The band will soon
deliver a video for their new single, Heavy Arms, however, you can stream
the track right here at https://youtu.be/Zk4akXNTEc8 . With UK dates and
European shows in the pipeline, the remainder of 2018 will surely be a busy
one for this emerging trio.

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For more information on all things Tailblock please head to the bands official Facebook page HERE 

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