Following on from their hugely successful UK/European run supporting Frank Iero and the Patience, alternative rock juggernaut PACESHIFTERS have confirmed the Yearning Desire Tour for February 2018, which sees them play headline shows throughout the UK and Germany.
Dates for the tour are as follows:
14.02.2017 - St Albans UK, The Horn (Tickets)
15.02.2017 - Liverpool UK, Sound (Tickets)
16.02.2017 - Glasgow UK, The Garage Attic Bar (Tickets)
17.02.2017 - Newcastle UK, Think Tank Underground (Tickets)
18.02.2017 - Leeds UK, Brudenell Social Club (Tickets)
20.02.2017 - Nottingham UK, The Bodega Social Club (Tickets)
21.02.2017 - London UK, Camden Assembly (Tickets)
22.02.2017 - Tunbridge Wells UK, Forum (Tickets)
23.02.2017 - Brighton UK, Sticky Mikes (Tickets)
25.02.2017 - Cologne DE, MTC (Tickets)
26.02.2017 - Hamburg DE, Nochtwache (Tickets)
27.02.2017 - Berlin DE, Privatclub (Tickets)
Tickets are on sale on Friday 27th October.
The tour will be in support of the trio's latest album Waiting To Derail, out now via Hassle Records. First premiered on Kerrang Magazine, listen to the album in full here: http://www.kerrang.com/the-news/exclusive-stream-the-new-paceshifters-album/
Purchase the record here: http://smarturl.it/PS_WaitingToDerail
Paceshifters are notorious for bringing an audience to its feet in full appreciation, and this forthcoming tour marks their first headline run in the UK and Germany. The band recently turned heads during an extensive 25 date stint with Frank Iero and the Patience; the trio were even joined on stage by Frank & co during the the final date of the tour. Paceshifters have also appeared at high profile festivals such as Woodstock (Poland), Groezrock, Zwarte Cross, Pinkpop, Exit, Rock for People and SXSW; an impressive accolade in itself for a band at such a young age.
Inspired by the grunge movement that shook the foundations of alternative music, Paceshifters bring an innovative twist on the genre whilst also boasting the complete unadulterated attitude that it was renowned for.
Possessing a no-nonsense mentality since their inception, Paceshifters have evolved into a devoutly passionate new grunge-rock band with a sound that is sure to enthrall any listener who enjoys the heavier side of Nirvana with doses of powerful Incubus-esque melodies and riffs along with the grit and energy of Chevelle. However, drawing comparisons doesn’t do Paceshifters justice; where the band exhibit their gifted uniqueness in spades is throughout new album Waiting To Derail.
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