added: 20 Mar 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
Hurts have announced they will release 'Blind', the second single from their new album 'Exile', on 12th May through Major Label and have announced a UK and European tour in October and November, which will be the bands biggest tour to date.
Second album, 'Exile', was released last week and has already peaked in the top 10 in 30 countries with a #5 midweek and a #9 chart position in the UK album chart.
'Blind' is the follow-up to 'Miracle', the band's first single from their new album, which received strong support from the likes of Huw Stephens and Zane Lowe at Radio 1 and the band performed the single on both the Jonathan Ross show and Graham Norton's Comic Relief show. New single 'Blind' is an epic and anthemic track that builds into a huge chorus and is sure to become a live favourite.
'Exile' follows the band's debut album 'Happiness', which entered the UK album charts at #4 with over 25,000 sales making Hurts the fastest selling new band of 2010 in the UK.
Hurts have just announced a UK and European tour in October and November this year. This will be the bands biggest ever tour with 19 dates in total, and more dates still to be announced, commencing on 25th October at Manchester Apollo and 26th October at London's Troxy.
Full tour dates are as follows:
Wed 20th Warsaw Palladium SOLD OUT
Sat 23rd Zurich Kaufleuten SOLD OUT
Mon 25th Milan Magazzini Generali SOLD OUT
Wed 27th Vienna Arena SOLD OUT
Thurs 28th Prague Lucerna Music Bar SOLD OUT
Sat 30th Amsterdam Melkweg SOLD OUT
Mon 1st Manchester Academy 2 SOLD OUT
Tues 2nd Glasgow Garage SOLD OUT
Fri 25th Manchester Apollo
Sat 26th London Troxy
Mon 28th Copenhagen Pumpehuset
Tue 29th Oslo Rockefeller
Thu 31st Malmo KB
Sun 3rd Tallinn Saku Arena
Mon 4th Riga Arena Riga
Wed 6th Vilnius Siemens Arena
Thu 7th Warsaw Torwar
Fri 8th Prague Incheba Arena
Sun 10th Berlin Velodrom
Mon 11th Munich Zenith
Wed 13th Dusseldorf MEH
Thu 14th Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle
Fri 15th Hamburg Sporthalle
Mon 18th Berne Festhalle
Wed 20th Brussels AB
Thu 21st Utrecht Vrendenburg
Fri 22nd Luxembourg Rockhal