Saturday, March 21
10:00PM - 10:40PM
Red 7 Patio
611 E 7th St
Listen to Shout At The Moon
A year can be a long time in rock music, and Mallory Knox know it better than most bands.
The year between them recording debut full-length album, Signals, and actually releasing it had dragged by interminably. But the year that followed its January 2013 debut sped by – in the words of bassist Sam Douglas – “in the blink of an eye”.
It was a year crammed with achievements that quickly established Mallory Knox as the hottest new British rock band on the block. It saw the album crack the UK Top 40 and songs such as Lighthouse and Beggars storm their way onto discerning playlists everywhere. It saw them nominated for Kerrang! Awards and signed to Sony. And it saw them triumph at support slots with Don Broco and A Day To Remember, on their own headline tour and at festivals from Slam Dunk to the main stage at Reading and Leeds.
And yet, that phenomenal success was accompanied by such personal turmoil that singer Mikey Chapma...