Straight from the heart of Bristol, one of the epicentres of creativity in the UK, IMMERSE are a band that bring hope for better days. The post-hardcore quartet lay out all the pain, disparity and fears that come with being human. But it’s not all gloom; the band confronts these feelings head on to generate positivity and optimism – “These are unavoidable rights of passage that everyone can relate to. It’s how you confront them and let them affect you that will make you who you are”. There is a sense of unity as the band battles issues together with their fans. Immerse have justified their ever-growing presence in the UK music scene, playing shows around the UK with the likes of Holding Absence, Hacktivist and more. Their debut album has already achieved over 1 million streams.  The quartet have all experienced dark times in their lives and implore you to “Remember that you are never alone!”. Teeth gritting riffs, soaring choruses and passionate live performances have won them a loyal fanbase which is destined to keep on growing. With their eyes set firmly on the top, these four lads are set to solidify their place in history. IMMERSE WITH US.
UK based melodic hardcore band Immerse release new single ‘Here’s Hoping’ on 3rd July 2020. The track compliments a full music video and showcases the band at their very best. Throughout the campaign the band have already had support from Rock Sound, Metal Hammer, Kerrang, Total Rock Radio, Dead Press, Gig Radar, BBC, Dreambound (reaching 10,000 views in under a week), Moshville Times, and many more respected publications. 
Immerse – Here’s Hoping –
Guitarist Tim Brown explains – ‘Here’s Hoping was one of the first songs written after our debut album ‘Suffer’. Writing this song felt really natural and the structure remained consistent throughout the lyrical process (which is rare!). Archie was going through a difficult friendship at the time which helped fuel his lyrics. We all knew it would be a strong single that captured our sound perfectly. [Fun Fact: The second verse was actually created from a pile of old riffs that Tim had never used!]. We’re so excited to get this one out for our fans to enjoy. This song was born to be huge live and get the crowd singing along!’
The band have a busy touring schedule going into 2021 and look forward to doing what they do best; playing shows up and down the UK. 
Headline Tour
24.10.20 Northampton – The Black Prince
21.01.21 Bristol – Exchange
22.01.21 London – The Beehive in Bow
23.01.21 Norwich – Voodoo Daddys
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