Howler cover Prince's 'I Would Die 4 U - watch

US band take on 1984 classic

Howler performed a Prince cover during their recent visit to the NME Basement. See above to watch the exclusive performance now.

The band, who release second album 'World Of Joy' next week (March 24), covered Prince's 'I Would Die 4 U', the US singer's 1984 single.

In addition to the new album details, Howler will hit the UK for a string of live dates around the album release. Starting in Bristol on March 25, Howler will play nine gigs in total, culminating in a final date at Belgrave Music Hall in Leeds. Scroll down for ticket details.

Howler will play:

Bristol Louisiana (March 24)
Brighton Bermuda Triangle (25)
Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach (26)
Nottingham Bodega (27)
Birmingham Temple @ The Institute (28)
Manchester Deaf Institute (30)
Glasgow King Tuts (31)
Newcastle The Cluny (April 1)
Leeds Belgrave Music Hall (2)
London Oslo (3)


To check the availability of Howler tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets

Read More On This Artist

More News
AC/DC share video for 'Rock Or Bust' – watch
Sky Ferreira and boyfriend Zachary Cole Smith cover Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love song – watch
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy leads French Band Aid recording but Daft Punk no longer involved
Today's new album releases: Eminem, Beyoncé, Coldplay and more
London venue Madame Jojo's closes following 'serious incident of disorder' and...
Foo Fighters sell their own Christmas jumpers
Bastille 'nearly fell over' when Bono asked for a picture at Band Aid 30 session, says...
Lorde performs 'Yellow Flicker Beat' at American Music Awards; Iggy Azalea beats Eminem...
Katy Perry to perform at Super Bowl – watch
Band Aid single 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' goes straight to Number One with...
Lily Allen reveals she turned down invitation to record 'smug' Band Aid 30 single
James Blake hints that Kanye West will appear on his next album
Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson perform 'Uptown Funk' on 'Saturday Night Live' –...
Monty Python song tops poll to discover Britain's most popular funeral songs
Emeli Sandé criticises Band Aid 30 single lyrics: 'A whole new song is required'
Noel Gallagher: 'When I close my eyes I don't see Oasis reforming' – watch
New Libertines film documenting recent comeback to be released
Eminem releases free 66-track 'Shady Classics' mixtape – listen
Biffy Clyro tear through first London show in 18 months at Relentless Live
TV On The Radio perform 'Happy Idiot' on 'Letterman' – watch
US pear farmers pleased with Rick Ross endorsement
Jack White pays tribute to keyboardist Isaiah 'Ikey' Owens at London gig

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM