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After three critically acclaimed albums (their most recent In Gold Blood) and as one of the countries rising rock bands, Welsh rockers Kids in Glass Houses need very little introduction. Their forthcoming Guildford gig on October 13th at Rubix is likely to be a sell-out and ticket-holders will also get to meet support band Dials – made up of four recent ACM graduates.

Fronted by Artist Development and Songwriting student Tom Napier, Dials was formed in early 2012 from a previous band project with friends and ACM students Mikey Anderson and AJ Fritsch. They were joined by current Music Business Degree student Connor Laws in the search for a fresher sound.

The result of their hard work is an incredible support slot alongside Kids in Glass Houses secured with the help of ACM Music Business Degree Alumni and band manager Emily Walding.

”Kids In Glass Houses are one of the bands we grew up listening to, so needless to say we are all unbelievably stoked about this show.”
Tom Napier – Dials

The Guildford show is taking place at Rubix on October 13th. Doors open at 7:00pm and Dials will be onstage at about 7:30pm and advance tickets are £9.00 or £13 on the door.

ACM would like to thank Dials for getting in touch and wish them the very best of luck for the upcoming October show with Kids in Glass Houses. Dials will be releasing their self titled EP in late 2012, but for more information about Dials visit their website or follow them on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

You can also follow Kids in Glass Houses on Twitter and Facebook.