Anne-Marie Helder has posted on the Official Panic Room Facebook Group about progress on the new album (it’s almost finished) and forthcoming tour dates.
As Anne-Marie explains, the band had originally hoped to play a far more extensive tour in November, but things were overtaken by events, specifically the need to recruit a new guitarist. So the band have put back the tour into the new year, leaving the two already announced dates as the only remaining live appearances by Panic Room this year.
The Shildon one is an interesting one, with doors at 4pm, and finishing by 9pm, and with a very strong support it promises to be a spectacular evening. With the new album due for release in the new year, these two shows will be the first opportunity to hear some of the new material. It will also mark the debut of the band’s new lead guitarist, Adam O’Sullivan.
The band have announced the first couple of dates for next spring, including a visit to Norwich and a return to the Netherlands. There are more shows still to be announced.