Black Orchid Empire drop acoustic version of ‘Vertigo’

The band just confirmed shows with Skunk Anansie, Ravenface and Hypophora.

London rockers Black Orchid Empire have released a video for their acoustic rendition of Vertigo, a track taken from their latest album Yugen, released on 25 May 2018 via Long Branch Records.

Vocalist/guitarist Paul Visser comments on the track: “This is a song about admitting you’re scared of something and doing it anyway. We actually tried it as a full band arrangement but it never really clicked until we stripped everything out and it became a simple acoustic track.”

Black Orchid Empire create dense, powerful rock music that combines fearless complexity, aggressive heaviness and beautiful, hook-laden melody.

With a gargantuan sound and energetic live performance, the three-piece hailing from London have been unleashing their ferociously tight show across Europe, including a UK tour with HED p.e, several headline runs and much-lauded appearances at Standon Calling, Planet Rockstock, Camden Rocks Festival, German Taubertal Festival and more.

Having played alongside heavyweights such as Biffy Clyro, Editors and Skunk Anansie and with a dedicated, growing fanbase, Black Orchid Empire demand your attention.

Black Orchid Empire have a busy summer of live shows, including a tour with Ravenface and a one-off show supporting Skunk Anansie at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.
04 May – Charisworth – Teddy Rocks Festival
28 May – Derby – Hairy Dog /w Ravenface
29 May – Stoke-On-Trent – The Underground /w Ravenface
30 May – Guildford – The Holroyd Arms /w Ravenface
31 May – Bournemouth – The Anvil /w Ravenface
01 June – Northampton – The Lab /w Ravenface
02 June – London – Camden Rocks Festival / The Black Heart
20 July – Gloucestershire – Amplified Festival
08 August – London – 229 Venue /w Hypophora
09 August – Southampton – Joiners /w Hypophora
17 August – London – Brixton Academy /w Skunk Anansie

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