LIIMO and TAMZENE for Belladrum on the Road.

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LIIMO and TAMZENE to play Highland dates in May.

The Highland’s favourite festival have announced the launch of the first ‘Belladrum on the Road’ tour, bringing together two great emerging acts.

LIIMO’s releases ‘Pineapple Radio’ and follow-up ‘Get Weird’ have drawn attention to the recently formed band. Indeed the former track was described by Clash as “a synth-pop dazzler, a slick piece of alt-pop”.

Drawing similarities to The 1975 and CHVRCHES, LIIMO pride themselves on an honesty of approach “there needs to be a whole vibe and belief in what you’re doing”, they explained.

With a promise that 2019 will see Tamzene showcase new music with a bolder soulful pop edge, the multi-instrumentalist will be joining LIIMO on the tour. Tamzene was the first act to sign for Belladrum Records in 2017 and has seen most recent track , 2018 release “Count Your Days”, added to a number of significant Spotify playlists.

With Lattitude, Kendall Calling, King Tuts Summer Nights and Belladrum looming, it’s going to be another bust year for Tamzene,

We are looking forward to our very first Belladrum on the Road tour and what better way to launch this than with our very own Tamzene alongside another incredible brand-new buzz act Liimo’

Joe Gibbs Belladrum Festival

Full Dates

Friday 24th– Wick – Black Stairs

Saturday 25th– Inverness – Tooth & Claw

Sunday 26th– Aviemore – Old Bridge Inn

Tickets available via shows), and in person from venues.

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Chris Lemon
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