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Marmozets Announce Biggest Headline London Show

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2018 has seen Marmozets take a giant step forwards. Their second album, Knowing What You Know Now, was greeted with widespread critical acclaim, with many hailing the youthful quintet as a leading light of the modern British rock scene. That status has been underlined with the support of Radio 1 DJs Daniel P Carter, Annie Mac and Scott Mills.

Already confirmed to hit the road in April and May to warm-up for their main stage set at the Download Festival, Marmozets can now announce details of the biggest headline London show of their career so far. They’re set to play the O2 Forum Kentish Town on October 19, and tickets go on sale this Friday.

The band’s summer festival schedule is shaping up, with TRANSMT, Community Festival, Kendal Calling and Standon Calling all confirmed in the UK. Internationally, they’re also set for Summer Sonic in Japan, Pinkpop in the Netherlands, Open’er in Poland, and Rock For People in the Czech Republic.

The band’s forthcoming UK and Ireland shows are:


12th – Dublin, The Green Room at The Academy

13th – Belfast, Oh Yeah Music Centre


4th – Norwich, The Waterfront

5th – Liverpool, O2 Academy 1

6th – Newcastle, Hit The North Festival

7th – Exeter, Lemon Grove

9th – Northampton, Roadmender

10th – Coventry, Kasbah

11th – Oxford, O2 Academy 1


8th – 10th – Download Festival

29th – TRNSMT Festival


1st – London, Community Festival

27th – Kendal Calling

29th – Standon Calling


19th – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town (ADDED DATE)




Marmozets - Habit

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Marmozets have managed to do remarkable things and create a huge name for themselves, despite only having one EP and their well received debut album The Weird And Wonderful under their belt. So their return after a hiatus of 3 years has had a lot of people itching to see if they were able to blow everyone’s minds as they did all those years ago.

This second new single effortlessly showcases Becca Macintyre’s voice which has somehow become even more impressive over the past couple of years. However, Macintyre’s screams, that used to have the toughest of metal vocalists quivering in their boots, have sadly gone and been replaced by some seriously high notes. Whilst this rather dramatic replacement leads to the track losing some of their edge, it does showcase some of her other vocal qualities and leaves us questioning what other little gems could crop up on the second album.

Whilst it may seem like a rather repetitive and unoriginal track for the Weird And Wonderful bunch, there’s still some raw qualities that gained them some of their fans within it. The unnerving opening which then slips into a bass heavy verse, to a soft bridge which encapsulates Macintyre’s new found high voice perfectly, into an upbeat pop chorus and back into the grunge infested verse. This is a song that holds so many different genre elements, but only one that Marmozets could somehow pull off whilst still sounding as gritty as they do.

Whilst this track sounds much more pop and mainstream that any of their earlier tracks, it is one that still holds some tiny, much loved Marmozets elements. However, the transformation from teenage thrash to mature Marmozets appears to have led to them losing some of the harshness and gritty female fierceness that everyone adored about them. However this is only the second track to be dropped by them before their highly anticipated second album, so that harshness could still return. Watch this space.

Habit is available via iTunes now. The Album Knowing What You Know Now comes out in January 2018.

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