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Melbourne alternative rock outfit Belle Haven kickstart their year with "I Can't Find The Words", a brand new emo belter that will be celebrated with a last minute free show at Stay Gold on Saturday April 1st 


"I Can't Find The Words" debuted last night on triple j where listeners were introduced to Belle Haven's anthemic new single. Produced by Christopher Vernon (Future Static, Bloom), the track dives into the emotional turmoil that comes with the loss of a relationship - regret, shame, reflection, forgiveness - and the struggle to put those feelings into words.


Belle Haven recently joined New Zealands own Banks Arcade on their sold out Australian national tour leaving fans old and new wanting more from the three piece. They soon will be joining Sydney Alternative outfit Redhook on their headline album tour in May 


Forming in 2010, Belle Haven is David De La Hoz, Tom Mitchell and Daniel Marinakis. With over 10 years of friendship and experience under their belt and more than 2 million Spotify streams later, Belle Haven begin their next chapter with "I Can't Find The Words". Releasing nearly two years after the 'Time Changes Nothing' EP out via Greyscale Records, the trio enter into 2023 with a new found passion and drive, finding themselves at their strongest together. 


The band released their record ‘You, Me and Everything In Between’ in 2017, produced in the US with Matt Goldman (Underoath, The Devil Wears Prada) and embarked on their first national headline tour shortly after. Since then, the band have found themselves travelling the country with the likes of In Hearts Wake, Polaris, Silverstein (US), Comeback Kid (US), Dance Gavin Dance (US), I Prevail (US), Casey (UK) and most recently Creeper (UK). 


Astonishingly, while much has changed, Belle Haven continue their journey together. With most days spent talking each other through life experiences and laughing the pain away a little bit, occasionally the band offer a glimpse into their world with an open, honest and relatable release. "I Can't Find The Words" is the promise of more to come.

Joining them will be Bad Juju, Among The Restless and Excuse For An Exit

"I Can't Find The Words" is available now and streaming everywhere.

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