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Mallory Knox

Mallory Knox have announced the release of their third album “Wired”, released March 10th on RCA. Lead single “Giving It Up”, which was premiered as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record last night, is available today – listen here [link]. The band will also head out on a UK headline tour, including two underplay shows at London’s Koko in April.

Defined by psychological conflict, “Wired” documents a journey of self-discovery for Mallory Knox. “Sometimes the biggest part is the realisation that you are fucked up,” vocalist Mikey Chapman says, “and you do need to sort yourself out if youíre ever going to find a pathway to happiness that leads you away from the vices that deafen you daily.” The future of the band, though, seems impossibly bright.

Lead single and album opener “Giving It Up” immediately establishes a more refined sound for the band, demanding the listenerís attention with a stadium-sized chorus. Speaking about the track, bassist and songwriter Sam Douglas says, ìGiving It Up is about the frustration of giving everything to something you’re passionate about & truly believe in, only to have other people step in who donít share the same passion as you and hinder your progress. The song illustrates that when you keep all the frustrations and anger inside, it leads you to a breaking point of desperation where you feel like you might as well just “give it up”.

Mallory Knox

In just five years, Mallory Knox have firmly established themselves as pillars of the British rock movement. The Cambridge five-piece released three BBC Radio 1 A-Listed singles on last album “Asymmetry”, sold out Londonís 3,700-capacity Roundhouse, played to huge crowds on the Reading & Leeds and Download main stages and reached #16 on the official UK album chart.

Breaking free of the restraints that bound them over the first two albums – inexperience, self-doubt, a restricting reverence to their heroes and a reputation as rockís latest nice guys – Mallory Knox are back – and they’re laying bare their souls, kicking at their boundaries, savaging their sound and expanding their worldview. In the process, they are becoming the vital voice of the modern rock generation; damaged, informed, driven, torn between happiness and hedonism and utterly, utterly wired.

“Wired” will be released March 10th on RCA, including the following tracks:
Giving It Up
For You
Citalopram (Better Off Without You)
Falling in Love
Lucky Me
Come Back Around

Pre order “Wired” here.

Mallory Knox will play the following live dates in 2017. Presale tickets will be available on 2nd November here.

*Tickets from

20 Mar Bristol, O2 Academy*
21 Mar Cardiff, Tramshed
22 Mar Norwich, UEA
24 Mar Birmingham, O2 Institute*
25 Mar Sheffield, Leadmill
26 Mar Cambridge, Corn Exchange
28 Mar Aberdeen, Garage
29 Mar Edinburgh, Liquid Rooms
31 Mar Newcastle, University SU
1 April Liverpool, O2 Academy*
2 April Portsmouth, Pyramids
4 April Oxford, O2 Academy*
5 April London, KOKO
6 April London, KOKO

Mallory Knox

Mallory Knox are:
Mikey Chapman – vocals
Sam Douglas – bass and vocals
Joe Savins – guitar
James Gillett – guitar
Dave Rawling – drums


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