Inheaven have shared yet another new single, taken from their self-titled debut effort, due to be released this September. ‘World On Fire’ follows the incensed and incendiary ‘Vultures’ in previewing the record, and does so in similarly anthemic fashion.
Released shortly after the United States celebrated its annual Independence Day, it comes as no surprise that‘World On Fire’ throws serious shade at the Trump establishment, an anti-authoritarian statement for punk rock’s old guard, suffused with its own Riot Grrrl undertones, and sociopolitical angst . “My body’s mine, you have no say on any choice i make today” declares bassist Chloe Little, who takes charge of vocal duties for the track – album filler, this is not, we’ll be seeing you in the pit for this one!
Inheaven hit the road this September/October in support of their self-titled full length, set to land on September 1st. Kicking things off at Newcastle’s Think Tank? on September 30th, the nationwide tour will make stops in Liverpool, Nottingham, Cardiff and more, finishing in Southampton on October 19th. Tour supports include Dirty Hit newcomers King Nun, and Dublin punks Otherkin, as well as BLOXX, and Paris Youth Foundation. The full list of dates can be found below, whilst you can pre-order the album and purchase tickets through the band’s website here. Listen to ‘World On Fire’ on Spotify below.
‘Inheaven’ track listing:
All There Is
World On Fire
Do You Dream?
Inheaven September/October 2017 UK Tour
30, Think Tank? Newcastle*^
1, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow*^
2, Brudenell Social Club, Leeds*^
4, Plug, Sheffield*^
5, The Sugarmill, Stoke-on-Trent*^
6, Buyers Club, Liverpool*^
9, Mama Roux’s, Birmingham*^
10, The Cookie, Leicester+~
11, The Fleece, Bristol+~
13, Bodega Social Club, Nottingham+~
14, Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff+~
15, The Bullingdon, Oxford+~
17, Scala, London+~
18, The Haunt, Brighton+~
19, Joiners Arms, Southampton+~
* – Support from Otherkin ^ – Support from Paris Youth Foundation
+ – Support from King Nun ~ – Support from BLOXX
Words by Joe Bulger
Featured image courtesy of DIY Magazine, photographer unknown