19 May 2015

Trash Boat Release New Video To Mark Unveiling Of EP ‘Brainwork’

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Trash Boat

St. Albans, UK pop-punk band, Trash Boat have released their highly anticipated EP, Brainwork today! Fans can now pick up the EP via iTunes or the band’s merch store at the below links. The band announced signing to Hopeless Records earlier this year.

Purchase Brainwork
iTunes: www.smarturl.it/BrainworkEP
Merch Store: www.smarturl.it/TrashBoatMerch

Brainwork EP Track Listing:
1. Taylor
2. Saving Face
3. Perspective
4. As Seen On Screen
5. Eleven

The band has also released a brand new music video for the song “Eleven” taken from the EP. You can see the video now via the official Hopeless Records YouTube channel at this link: https://smarturl.it/ElevenVideo. Trash Boat previously released an official music video for the infectious lead single, ‘Perspective’, which can be seen here: www.smarturl.it/perspectivevideo

Crunching guitars collide with the distinct vocals of front man Tobi Duncan in an explosive cocktail of infectious hooks, Brainwork showcasing just why Trash Boat have stepped out from the crowd.

February saw the band complete their first full tour, embarking on a 10-date stint across Mainland Europe with As It Is and Trophy Eyes. Following activity also saw them play alongside Real Friends, Weatherstate and Nathan Detroit, with a July UK tour with Blood Youth and 4 dates as main support to Less Than Jake incoming, alongside playing a number of festivals including the almighty Download, Slam Dunk and Hevy.

Having already played in excess of 50 shows, seeing them share the stage with the likes of As It Is, Real Friends, ROAM, Knuckle Puck, Trophy Eyes, Light You Up and Me Vs. Hero, the band is currently gearing up to play Download Festival, Slam Dunk, Hevy Festival and more. A full list of upcoming tour dates can be found below.

Upcoming Trash Boat Tour Dates
May 19 – London, UK – The Garage
May 23 – Leeds, UK – Slam Dunk Festival
May 24 – Hatfield, UK – Slam Dunk Festival
May 25 – Wolverhampton, UK – Slam Dunk Festival
June 14 – Donnington, UK – Download Festival
June 19 – Worthing, UK – Forty Two
July 10 – Manchester, UK – Satan’s Hollow
July 11 –  Glasgow, UK – Classic Grand Lounge
July 12 – Brighton, UK – Concorde 2
July 14 – Worcester, UK – Marrs Bar
July 15 – Chester, UK – Live Rooms
July 16 – Cardiff, UK – Ifor Bach
July 17 – Swansea, UK – Shield Festival
July 18 – Nottingham, UK – The Red Room
July 20 – Tunbridge Wells, UK – The Forum
July 22 – Bristol, UK – The Exchange
July 23 – Southampton, UK – Joiners
July 24 – Peterborough, UK – Met Lounge
July 25 – Wolverhampton, UK – Slade Rooms
Aug 04 – York, UK – Fibbers
Aug 11 – Bristol, UK – Motion
Aug 12- Southampton, UK – Engine Rooms
Aug 13 – Hevy Festival, UK – Port Lympne