Dave Bayley's group have now become the first UK band to break into Spotify’s global Top 10 since Clean Bandit in 2018.
The new track comes accompanied with a video directed by Drew Kirsch.
The band and Jackpot have designed exclusive limited-edition, reusable peanut butter pots and recipe sweatshirt. £2 From each sale will go to the Music Venue Trust.
The shows kick off on August 30 in Lewiston, NY and take the band across North America well into 2022.
“Heat Waves” currently sits at No.1 on the Alternative Radio Chart for the second consecutive week, a first for the band.
“Heat Waves,” first released in June 2020 prior to the band's third album 'Dreamland', continues to climb up singles, streaming and radio charts around the world.
'Heat Waves' currently has over 1.6 million global adjusted single sales and 262 million combined global streams.
The track's original version is currently exploding on streaming platforms, landing in the Top 50 across Spotify’s Global Chart, as well as US and UK charts.
The song comes off the British band’s Top Ten album, ‘Dreamland.’
The artists hooked up together for a BBC Radio 1 ‘Live Lounge’ slot
During the performance, the band were joined by hundreds of fans on ZOOM who virtually surrounded them on stage.
The event will include a full band performance plus special guests, in support of ‘Dreamland.’
The band are inviting their fans to "take a look behind the scenes of 'Dreamland.' Now in technicolour and with added never before seen footage.”
The band have also recently shared some brand-new European and U.K. tour dates for 2021 in support of the record.
The band have postponed the release to 7 August to help keep focus on the Black Lives Matter movement.