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SWMRS To Play London's Electrowerkz Following Reading And Leeds

Wednesday, 01 August 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Alice Baxley

SWMRS have announced a headlining show at Electrowerkz following their sets at Reading and Leeds later this month.

The Oakland punk band will perform at the Islington venue on August 28, while their appearances at Richfield Avenue and Bramham Park fall on August 24 and 25 respectively. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday.

Their UK dates are part of the quartet's summer European tour plans, which kick off next week in Püttlingen, Germany before additional stops across the continent.

The band are touring behing their third album, 'Drive North', which was released through Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic in 2016. It's the band's first studio album and second release under the name SWMRS after changing their name in late 2014.

SWMRS Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue August 28 2018 - LONDON Electrowerkz

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