Celebrated Swedish rock band H.E.A.T
have rescheduled their “Sign In The Northern Sky”
October 2021 UK tour to October 2022
The rescheduled 2022 UK tour dates include Leeds Warehouse (Friday October 14), Wolverhampton KK’s Steel Mill (Saturday October 15) Swansea Patti Pavilion (Sunday October 16), Nottingham Rescue Rooms (Monday October 17) and London Electric Brixton (Tuesday October 18). Tickets remain valid for all dates.
The UK tour celebrates the welcome return of H.E.A.T’s original lead singer and powerhouse frontman, Kenny Leckremo.
”It’s like a shot at redemption,” says Leckremo. ”I’m thrilled to be back, and to be a part of what H.E.A.T is today. No longer just a shadow of the past, but a force into the future. The H.E.A.T legacy continues.”
“I am so excited to be back performing with my H.E.A.T brothers and can’t wait to rock out with our UK fans in October 2022,” adds Leckremo. “This tour is going to be a very special occasion for all of us. We look forward to seeing all of you on the road in 2022.”
Leckremo replaces H.E.AT’s previous lead singer, Erik Grönwall, who announced his departure from the band towards the end of 2020.
Watch Leckremo singing H.E.A.T’s “Rise”
The rescheduled October 2022 UK tour follows H.E.A.T’s critically acclaimed album “H.E.A.T II”that spawned the hit singles “Rise”, “Come Clean”, “Rock Your Body”, “Dangerous Ground” and“One By One”.
“H.E.A.T II” is the first album to be produced entirely by the band with Jona Tee and Dave Dalone as producers. “This is what we would sound like if we made a debut album 2019, hence the title,” says Jona.
In 2009, H.E.A.T had a huge hit in Scandinavia with the song “1000 Miles”
. That same year the band’s second album, “Freedom Rock”
, was nominated as one of the Top 50 albums in 2010 by the UK’s Classic Rock Magazine
. Since then, they have toured the world, blowing audiences away with their outstanding live concerts.
In a time when artists like Foreigner, Journey and Whitesnake are enjoying a resurgence, teenagers are re-discovering the melodic approach to hard rock. Kids are suddenly wearing classic rock band logos on t-shirts.
H.E.A.T don’t hide their love for their classic rock heroes, but don’t try to copy it, either. They just do it, and they want to be the best at it. And they are one of the best – drawing both young and old to their mesmerising, freshly sounding, energetic classic rock and bombastic melodies.
The Swedish rockers are the beacon of light that many say will carry this tradition into the future.
H.E.A.T plan on releasing new material in 2022 to coincide with the rescheduled October 2022 UK tour dates.