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Dream State Announce Major Headline Tour For Spring, Share Cover Of Linkin Park's Crawling

Wednesday, 07 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Dream State have announced their biggest UK headline tour for early 2019.

The Welsh five-piece will play 24 shows in less than a month, kicking off on March 23 at the Exchange in Bristol. The run also includes a London date at the Underworld and a return to Cardiff at Clwb Ifor Bach on April 22, the final date of the tour. Tickets go on sale at 10am on November 9.

The band have also released a cover version of Crawling by Linkin Park for a 'Songs That Saved My Life' compilation, out this Friday via Hopeless Records with money going towards mental health and suicide prevention organisations Crisis Text Line, Hope For The Day, To Write Love On Her Arms and The Trevor Project. Discussing the upcoming dates and their single, vocalist CJ said:

"We are really stoked about this tour! It's our biggest headline tour yet and we are excited to see all the fans again. We’re hitting a few new places, so we hope to expand the team a bit more and just have a good time. We will be dropping a lot of new music so can’t wait to express these new songs on the stage.

"We are also happy to share a song with you and its a cover of Crawling by Linkin Park. It is part of the 'Songs That Saved My Life' compilation being released this Friday on Hopeless Records. Linkin Park helped shape us as people and musicians and their music aided us during the darkest times and helped inspire the music we make today.

"We are currently in the throes of album writing and we are so happy on how it’s all coming together. We are currently working hard on getting this album out, so we can tour in more countries and reach out to as many people as possible, it’s been a whirlwind of emotions and we can’t wait to show the world what we have to offer."

Head below to view the video for their Crawling interpretation, following its premiere on Kerrang!.

Dream State Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat December 15 2018 - SWANSEA Bunkhouse
Sat March 23 2019 - BRISTOL Exchange
Sun March 24 2019 - EXETER Cavern
Tue March 26 2019 - PLYMOUTH Junction
Wed March 27 2019 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
Thu March 28 2019 - READING Face Bar
Fri March 29 2019 - TUNBRIDGE WELLS Forum
Mon April 01 2019 - GUILDFORD Boileroom
Tue April 02 2019 - OXFORD Bullingdon
Wed April 03 2019 - PETERBOROUGH Met Lounge
Thu April 04 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Flapper
Sat April 06 2019 - BLACKPOOL Bootleg Social
Sun April 07 2019 - MANCHESTER Deaf Institute
Tue April 09 2019 - GLASGOW King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
Wed April 10 2019 - ABERDEEN Krakatoa
Thu April 11 2019 - EDINBURGH Sneaky Petes
Fri April 12 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Think Tank
Sun April 14 2019 - LEEDS Key Club
Mon April 15 2019 - HULL Welly
Tue April 16 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Rock City Basement
Wed April 17 2019 - LONDON Underworld
Fri April 19 2019 - NORWICH Waterfront Studio
Sat April 20 2019 - MILTON KEYNES Craufurd Arms
Sun April 21 2019 - BRIGHTON Hope and Ruin
Mon April 22 2019 - CARDIFF Clwb Ifor Bach

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