Deaf Havana’s third album has stormed into the top 10 of the UK charts marking the latest success of the rock band’s meteoric rise to fame after meeting at Lynn’s College of West Anglia.
Old Souls, which was released last Monday, has entered the Official UK Album Chart at number nine.
The album is a departure from the sound of their last album, Fools and Worthless Liars, with more folk influences from singers the rockers admire, like Bruce Springsteen.
The six-piece band is made up of singer James Veck-Gilodi, his brother and guitarist Matthew Veck-Gilodi, bassist Lee Wilson, drummer Tom Ogden, keyboardist Max Britton and lead guitaristChris Pennels.
They have had a busy summer playing Reading and Leeds Festivals and supporting rock giants Muse before heading home to Hunstanton last Monday to launch their new behind the scenes DVD.
A crowd of more than 400 fans turned up to greet them as they launched the short film, English Hearts, about their journey from small-town musicians to festival headliners.
Next month the band will head out on their headline tour around the UK, including one stop at Cambridge Corn Exchange on October 24.