Mallory Knox headline the Roadmender in Northampton next week.
The alternative rock quintet released their latest album, Asymmetry, in October and are currently touring the UK in support of the LP.
Recorded at Moles, in Bath, and Monnow Valley, in Wales, with legendary Pixies and Foo Fighters’ producer Gil Norton, Asymmetry finds Mallory Knox giving ‘difficult second album’ syndrome the swerve by taking their trademark, anthemic rock sound in all sorts of new directions.
The band comprises of singer Mikey Chapman, bassist Sam Douglas, guitarists Joe Savins and James Gillett and drummer Dave Rawling.
Chapman said: “We just want to keep climbing.
“I fear for the day when we sit back on our laurels and say, ‘I’m OK with where we are now’.
“We’ve got to keep developing, keep learning, become better musicians on every level.
“Don’t shoot for the stars and settle for halfway.”
Mallory Knox released their debut album, Signals, in 2013, with stand-out tracks from the album such as Lighthouse and Beggars storming their way on to playlists everywhere.
They were also nominated for the Kerrang! awards, toured with Don Broco and A Day To Remember, supported Biffy Clyro, embarked on their own headline tour and played at festivals including Slam Dunk and the main stage at Reading and Leeds.
In September, they released the video for the Asymmetry track, Shout At The Moon.
Mallory Knox play the Roadmender on Wednesday, November 19.
Support is by Frank Iero And The Cellabration, Fort Hope and Moose Blood
Doors open at 7pm, tickets costs £13 in advance.
Tickets are on sale for Fantazia Elements which is at the venue on Saturday, November 22. The night will feature 40 acts playing across four rooms between 9pm and 5am.
Visit www.theroadmender.com for full details.