VIDEO: 2:54 – Scarlet


2:54 have release their debut video for the single ‘Scarlet’. Watch the video below, they head out on headline and support tours with The Maccabees and The Big Pink shortly. Dates below.

Colette and Hannah Thurlow, better known as 2:54, have already been casting their spell with their limited edition vinyl-only release, ‘On A Wire and sold out shows across the UK earlier this year, their upcoming four-track EP “Scarlet” – released November 14 on Fiction a broader conic pallette.

2:54 will also be hitting the road this autumn on their own dates in November, culminating in their biggest headliner yet at London’s Corsica Studios on the 9th. Keeping in with their tradition of selecting the best up-n-comers to open for them they’ve just announced a buzzy coupling of dirgey damsels Novella, and Bournemouth’s finest pop-punks Bos Angeles for the London show.Lastly, as if they wasn’t looking busy enough, the band head out soon on a fantastic double-header of support runs with both label mates The Maccabees, and The Big Pink on their highly-anticipated comeback tour. Full details below.


*with the Big Pink+with The Maccabees-headline 24 – Oxford Town Hall, Oxford+
25 – Masque, Liverpool+26 – The Arches, Glasgow+
27 – Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh+29 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham+
30 – Cockpit, Leeds+
31 – Sound Control, Manchester+

November 1 – Village Underground, London+
2 – Trinity, Bristol
+4 – 60 Million Postcards, Bournemouth-
6 – Louisiana, Bristol-
9 – Corsica Studios, London- (w/ Bos Angeles, Novella)
11 – Classic Grand, Glasgow*
12 – Constellations Festival, Leeds
14 – Academy 3, Manchester*
15 – Academy 2, Liverpool*
17 –Wedgwood Rooms, Portsmouth*
18 – Digital, Brighton*
19 – HMV Library, Birmingham*
21 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham*
22 – Thekla, Bristol*

The “Scarlet” EP is released November 14 on Fiction


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