Courtesans confirmed for Bloodstock & Mosfest Festivals ahead of new EP release

‘Better Safe Than Sober’ drops on the 31st March and is available to pre-order now.

Rising stars Courtesans have been invited to perform live at the UK’s number one metal festival, Bloodstock Open Air, at Catton Park, Derbyshire this Summer.  Courtesans play the Sophie Lancaster stage on Sunday the 13th of August 2017. They are also confirmed for Mosfest in Shefield on June 3rd
Demonstrating musical diversity and making waves with their forthcoming new EP 'Better Safe Than Sober', this extraordinary band joins an extraordinary bill which includes Amon Amarth, Megadeth, Skindred, Arch Enemy, Hatebreed, Testament, King 810 and many more.
Courtesans vocalist Sinead La Bella says, “To perform at Bloodstock is incredible exciting. It’s a huge honour to play the Sophie Lancaster Stage, her legacy is at the heart of our ethics. We are advocates of equality and have a zero tolerance to any form of prejudice. We hope to raise a few eyebrows and stir some s**t up!"
Ahead of the release of their EP ‘Better Safe Than Sober’, Courtesans are streaming a new track, ‘Knowhere’: 

Courtesans live:
1st April – Manchester, Ruby Lounge
5th May - Brighton, Green Door Store
3rd June – Sheffield, Mosfest
23rd July - Gloucester, Amplified Festival
13th August – Walton On Trent, Bloodstock Festival


Check out the “awesomely dark” new music video by hotly tipped London alt rock group Courtesans.


Courtesans explain,“‘Mesmerise’ is about being entranced so deeply that you lose yourself and forget who you are,”?they explain. “You want this. You believe you need this. It becomes your first thought in the morning and the last thought before you fall asleep. You lose your identity. The desire fills your dreams and finally becomes you."

"We want more women to pick up instruments. Be musicians, tour managers, sound engineers etc and say **** it! Don’t leave it up to the boys, but do not dumb down your femininity to be respected, be yourself and be free! We want to not only encourage women in music but for more men to accept that it is ok to look up to female artists.”

Courtesans new EP ‘Better Safe Than Sober’ is out 31st March.

On tour:

18th February - London - Electrowerkz
22nd February - Leeds - Lending Room
23rd February - Edinburgh - Bannermans
24th February - Glasgow - Ivory Blacks
25th February - Newcastle- Think Tank
3rd March - Southend On Sea - Chinnerys
17th March - Southampton - Talking Heads
1st April - Manchester - Ruby Lounge
5th May - Brighton - Green Door Store
23rd July - Gloucester, Amplified Festival

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