NORMANDIE have released a video for their brand new single ‘Ecstasy’, the first taste of their forthcoming sophomore album. The track and video are also the first to feature the band’s new drummer Anton Franzon.
‘Ecstasy’ marks the next chapter in NORMANDIE’s whirlwind journey, building on their anthemic sound and reaffirming that they are one of the hottest up-and-coming bands to have surfaced in recent years.
Check out ‘Ecstasy’ here:
NORMANDIE will make their Reading & Leeds Festival debut this summer, before they tour as main support to Hands Like Houses in October.
Full live dates:
24.08.2018 – Leeds UK, Leeds Festival
26.08.2018 – Reading UK, Reading Festival
w/ Hands Like Houses and Jule Vera
19.10.2018 – Glasgow UK, Cathouse (Tickets)
20.10.2018 – Birmingham UK, The Asylum (Tickets)
21.10.2018 – Leeds UK, The Key Club (Tickets)
23.10.2018 – Bristol UK, The Fleece (Tickets)
24.10.2018 – Manchester UK, Academy 3 (Tickets)
After a huge response following the release of their debut album Inguz, NORMANDIE inked a deal with Easy Life Records and released an extended edition of the critically acclaimed record in April 2018. Inguz – Gold Edition features the original album tracks, follow up singles ‘Ghost’ and ‘Pay For This’, as well as alternative tracks that were recorded at Soundtrade Studios.
Inguz, a Viking rune, symbolised the band’s new direction after the departure of their heavier co-vocalist. The band honed-in on a groundbreaking rock sound and have since seen support from the Radio 1 Rock Show, Kerrang! Radio, Rock Sound, Kerrang! TV, Scuzz TV and more. The soaring melodies are captivating, the choruses are explosive, and overall NORMANDIE deliver a spine-tingling sound that wouldn’t sound out of place in arenas.
The band’s live show has blown away crowds throughout the UK and Europe, with several headline runs, a tour supporting Yellowcard and numerous festival appearances under their belts, including their Download Festival debut in 2017.
NORMANDIE are paving their way to success and it’ll only be a matter of time before they turn heads even further across the globe.