A first for the Cornish trio, the band’s debut UK tour kicked off on Weds 4th March 2020, seeing Damon, Andy and Emma travel from Newquay to Sheffield, onto Grantham in Lincolnshire and finally Southend-On-Sea in Essex. Headlining at West Street Live in Sheffield on their first night, they played alongside JiJ from Manchester, Odin’s Revenge and Crude Virtue…
They took time out to explore the beautiful Peak District on the Thursday, sampling Bakewell tarts (not women unfortunately) in Bakewell on the Thursday, heading to The Royal Queen in Grantham for the Friday. Breaking down 6 miles from the venue sucked, but the band were saved by their support band’s singer Simon from 3 Days Reign, who towed them into town. So rock and roll :D Thanks Simon, you are an absolute legend!
Finally the band’s beloved old van decided to work again and get them to their final gig in Essex to play alongside Penanceville, Elysium Sky and the epic Colina Pearl. The Venue (that’s the actual name of the place the Storm played!) in Southend was packed for the Storm, in fact they were so shocked and humbled by the reaction they received, it was the best way to end the mini tour on a high.
After the success of their first ever tour, the band is already in talks with some of the connections they made whilst on the road, that another tour this year is most definitely on the cards.
With thanks to Cyclops Gig Photography.