Monster Truck Headlines UK and Ireland 2017

Monster Truck Headlines UK and Ireland 2017

Monster Truck Headlines
UK and Ireland 2017

 

 

 

 

Monster Truck Headlines UK and Ireland 2017 and reveal animated video For The People

To go along with the announcement of their tour they have released a brand new stomping psychedelic animated video for ‘For The People’. Talking about the video frontman/bassist Jon Harvey says; ‘”We wanted the video for ‘For The People’ to capture a certain vibe. The song was intended to be a pseudo-protest and very roots rock and the 70’s style animation seemed to speak that. Besides nothing is cooler than hand-drawn animation.”Guitarist Jeremy Widerman adds; “We wanted to try something new with the video and have a somewhat playful take on what is a really heavy topic these days. A throwback video of sorts to a time when the unifying of people and ideas was a far more popular subject.”

Following on from their storming European Arena tour with Nickelback, Canadian Juggernaut rockers MONSTER TRUCK will be returning for a UK & Ireland headline tour calling at Belfast, Dublin, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Nottingham and London.

You can buy tickets from:  I Love Monster Truck

Mon 13 March: Limelight 2, Belfast
Tues 14 March: Academy 2, Dublin
Weds 15 March: Marble Factory, Bristol
Fri 17 March: Institute 2, Birmingham
Sat 18 March: Club Academy, Manchester
Sun 19 March: King Tuts, Glasgow
Tue 21 March: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Weds 22 March: Electric Ballroom, London

“Monster Truck is one of the few really great down to earth rock ‘n’ roll bands… they’re hard, soulful and heavy” – Slash

“Jugggernaut heavy, relentless and unstoppable” Guitarist

“Bow down and pay respect to the mighty RIFF” Kerrang
Monster Truck rolling into town are Sittin’ Heavy with stream molten heat of rock that is hot pouring from the speakers” Bluesdoodles
Now hear the music live as they headline across towns and cities with  Monster Truck building on the rave reviews of their live shows with Nickelback, Classic Rock proclaimed how they “look good on the big stage”, The Nottingham Post claimed they made a “huge impact”, Planet Mosh screamed that this was “rock n roll played how it should be…completely confident and at home in this big arena”, whilst Louder than War said “it probably won’t be long before they’re headlining arenas themselves.

 

 

 

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