UK rock act SKARLETT RIOT will be hitting the road in support of their acclaimed Top 20 album ‘Invicta’ in November. See the tour dates in the flyer below.
Ticket links for all shows:
Birmingham – Skarlett Riot Birmingham Tickets, Dead Wax, 16th Nov 2021 | Ents24
London – Skarlett Riot London Tickets, O2 Academy Islington, 17th Nov 2021 | Ents24
Manchester – Skarlett Riot Manchester Tickets, Rebellion, 18th Nov 2021 | Ents24
Nottingham – Skarlett Riot Nottingham Tickets, Billy Bootleggers, 20th Nov 2021 | Ents24
Sheffield – Corporation//Skarlett Riot
Just recently the band released a new single and music video for the song ‘Underwater‘, watch it below.
The band commented; “Underwater expresses the emotions of losing yourself to your inner demons and dark thoughts in your head. The visually stunning video tells the story of a girl who is crying for help as her inner demons keep on dragging her down, pulling her deeper and deeper underground”. / Skarlett Riot.
More about latest album: ‘Invicta‘ is the most focussed and forthright release of the band’s career. Built around the spectacular vocals of Skarlett and a powerful musical landscape unique to the band, ‘Invicta‘ is a melodic, intense, and packed with anthems. Skarlett has broadened her vocals this time out, adding some harsh elements to proceedings, giving the songs and the band and aggressive edge. The album was released May 7th 2021.
Skarlett Riot have taken the scene by storm with their powerful, riff-led songs blending melody and grit with a muscular backbone. Add to that an ear for infectious hooks, a singer blessed with a huge voice, and you have a band that not only has bags of attitude but the songs to back them up! Having wowed audiences at Download Festival, earning a 4KKKK live review from KERRANG!, Leeds and Reading Festival, Metal Female Voices Festival, Bloodstock, Hard Rock Hell, Camden Rocks, Steelhouse, Takedown, Giants Of Rock, S.O.S and a host of other festivals, Skarlett Riot have also shared stages with the likes of Funeral For A Friend, Butcher Babies, Deaf Havana, The Darkness, Wednesday 13, Heaven’s Basement, Kamelot, Gus G, Devilskin, Hammerfall, Glamour Of The Kill, Leaves’ Eyes, Symo Cyco, Black Spiders, plus many more.