IMMERSE - Release "Static", Announce UK Headline Tour Ahead Of Album Release

Fresh from shows with Dragged Under, Our Hollow Our Home, Chuggaboom and following on from their huge single ‘It’s All Good’’ and more, UK’s Immerse will release single ‘Static’ on new label Adventure Cat Records on the 24th November 2023. The band have previously had support from the likes of BBC Radio 1 (x4 including Track Of The Week), Rock Sound, RTE2XM, Metal Hammer, Kerrang, BBC, Dreambound, Triple J and landed plenty of official playlisting with Spotify, Deezer, Amazon Music, TIDAL, Apple Music, Digster, Pandora and more. The band have amassed over 3 million streams on Spotify alone across their previous two albums. The band will release their new album ‘ENERGY’ on the 8th December 2023 and now also announce that they will be touring the UK in March 2024 to promote it! Tickets go on-sale on Monday 27th November. Dates below.

Speaking about the track ‘Static’ Archie Hatfield says - "If you thought we had gone all soft! Think again…I wrote static about the tension that’s currently building in the world. People aren’t happy, the pressure feels like it’s building around us all and eventually something is going to snap. We live in a time that’s so advanced and incredible things are possible but it’s being hindered by corruption from above that means the world cannot truly succeed. Things need to change or we will never truly thrive.This is our heaviest song to date.”

IMMERSE conquer life’s battles head on with a smile. The Bristol quartet take pride in touring their energetic live performance throughout the UK & Europe. Behind their fun exterior, these four lads have always taken an empathic & positive approach to creating music. With two albums under their belt, IMMERSE have a strong catalogue behind them which has rewarded them with a loyal fanbase.

Catch the band at an upcoming show:

06.03.24 Glasgow - The Garage Attic 
07.03.24 Leeds - Key Club 
08.03.24 Manchester - Star And Garter 
09.03.24 London - The Grace 
10.03.24 Bristol - Crofters Rights