Room 94 set for Belfast show
North Londoners Room 94 have announced a UK tour following the release of their debut studio album No Strings Attached for 15th March 2015.
Room 94 are a pop rock band comprising of brothers Kieran Lemon (vocals), Dean Lemon (drums & vocals), Sean Lemon (guitar & backing vocals) and friend Kit Tanton (bass). During 2013 Room 94 were lucky enough to be invited to support Lawson not only on their sold out February “Chapman Square Tour” but also on their October “Everywhere We Go Tour”, Room 94 then went onto support Union J on the debut UK tour, whilst also completing their own sold out headline tours in both the UK and Poland. Room 94 will play a 14+ show in The Oh Yeah Music Centre on Sunday 15th March 2015. Tickets on general sale from all usual outlets this Friday.
When arriving in Poland to promote their single Chasing The Summer (which entered the official UK indie chart at number 24 on 14/04/2013) Room 94 were met at the airport by hundreds of hysterical fans and an armed escort, a scene which repeated itself throughout the tour and upon their last appearance in Warsaw in November 2013, following the release of their last single “Superstar” which reached the number 2 best selling CD position in Polish record stores & number 5 in the official UK indie chart.
The latest release from Room 94 “When I was A Teenager” is taken from their forthcoming debut album “No Strings Attached” due for release on 10/03/14.
Fans of the band have been treated to home video footage (which has now been released as the official music video for the track) which showed the band using their entire video budget to throw a rather large house party, much to the annoyance of their manager and video crew who were awaiting their arrival on the planned video location.