Alternative rock outfit PACESHIFTERS have been confirmed as support on Frank Iero and the Patience's forthcoming tour. The line-up is completed by Dave Hause and the Mermaid and The Homeless Gospel Choir, taking place across a huge 25 dates throughout the UK and Europe.
Dates for the tour are as follows:
20.09.2017 University, Newcastle UK
21.09.2017 Arts Club, Liverpool UK
22.09.2017 Key Club, Leeds UK
24.09.2017 Academy 3, Manchester UK
25.09.2017 Concorde 2, Brighton UK
26.09.2017 Fleece, Bristol UK
27.09.2017 Tufnell Park Dome, London UK
29.09.2017 Schlatchof, Wiesbaden DE
30.09.2017 Club Vaudeville, Lindau DE
01.10.2017 Werk 2, Leipzig DE
03.10.2017 Dynamo, Zurich CH
04.10.2017 Arena, Vienna AT
05.10.2017 Hirsch, Nurenburg DE
06.10.2017 Gebaude 9, Cologne DE
08.10.2017 Globe, Cardiff UK
09.10.2017 Waterfront, Norwich UK
11.10.2017 La Belle Angele, Edinburgh UK
12.10.2017 Garage, Aberdeen UK
13.10.2017 Garage, Glasgow UK
15.10.2017 Plug, Sheffield UK
16.10.2017 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham UK
17.10.2017 Arts Centre, Colchester UK*
18.10.2017 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth UK*
19.10.2017 Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton UK*
20.10.2017 West End Centre, Aldershot UK*
*no Dave Hause and the Mermaid
Tickets are on sale on Friday 28th July.
Paceshifters recently released new single 'Stranger', a taste of their forthcoming album due for release this autumn via new label Hassle Records – their first on the label and first dedicated release outside of their native Netherlands.
Check out 'Stranger' here: http://smarturl.it/PS_Stranger
The band recently filmed and recorded a live version of 'Stranger' at GieSound Studio in Zwolle, Netherlands, watch the video here:
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, more details of which will be revealed soon.
Paceshifters are notorious for bringing an audience to its feet in full appreciation. Having previously rocked festivals such as Woodstock (Poland), Groezrock, Zwarte Cross, Pinkpop, Exit, Rock for People and SXSW the trio have honed their sound to perfection in the live arena, an impressive accolade in itself for a band at such a young age.