Hot on the heels of their recent sold out blitz round the UK, Swim Deep are pleased to announce news of an Autumn UK tour and a new single 'King City'.
The band will be undertaking their biggest shows to date on home turf and further afield when they appear at Birmingham's Town Hall - an impressive and beautiful example of Roman Revival civic architecture built in 1834 that has been home to a varied artistic calendar ranging from classical concerts to the Beatles and Black Sabbath and a renowned forum for debate and speech making through the 20th century. London, meanwhile sees them step westwards with what will be a fitting climax to a busy few months and a show at Shepherds Bush Empire - almost a year from when they appeared as guests on the Spector tour in 2012 and their biggest showing in the capital thus far.
Tickets go on general sale on Friday 7th June at 9.00am, available from venue box offices and all usual outlets.
'King City' re-appears on 22nd July, having originally been the band's debut single when released on 7" last year through Chess Club Records - the track that sealed their fate and saw them sign to the label that has been home to a clutch of singles over the past year.
Produced by Dreamtrak and mixed by Charlie Hugall, 'King City' will be available on 7" vinyl and digitally via all reputable outlets. Swim Deep's debut album 'Where The Heaven Are We' is released on 29th July, both through Chess Club / RCA Victor.
Swim Deep play through September as follows:
16th Sheffield Queen's Social Club 22nd Cardiff The Globe
17th Manchester Academy 3 23rd Oxford 02 Academy 2
19th Leeds Cockpit 24th Cambridge The Junction
20th Birmingham Town Hall 25th Brighton Concorde 2
21st Nottingham Rescue Rooms 27th London Shepherds Bush