POP EVIL recently performed acoustic versions of the songs "Waking Lions" and "Footsteps" for Germany's Rock Antenne. Check out video footage below.
"Waking Lions" is taken from POP EVIL's fifth, self-titled album, which was released on February 16 via Entertainment One. "Pop Evil" marks the recording debut with the band of British drummer Hayley Cramer, who joined POP EVIL in 2016 following the departure of Josh "Chachi" Marunde. The disc was helmed by veteran producer Kato Khandwala.
Last month, POP EVIL embarked on the "Music Over Words" tour, which is serving as the official kick-off for the new LP. Additionally, POP EVIL is confirmed for festival dates Carolina Rebellion on Friday, May 5 and Fort Rock on Sunday, April 29.
The massive U.S. tour kicked off on February 14 in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan at the Kewadin Casino. The band will wrap things up at The Fillmore in Detroit on April 6. PALAYE ROYALE and labelmates BLACK MAP are serving as support for all dates.
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