NewsJanuary 30, 2019 10:15 AM ET3,135 views

Failure, Swervedriver announce co-headlining tour

Failure and Swervedriver tour 2019 Seminal rock bands Failure and Swervedriver will soon team up to tour North America. Dates for the seven-week, co-headlining trek can be found below. "Beyond excited to play the new material live," offered Failure's Ken Andrews. "I feel, as all artists should, this new album is our best work to date, pushing our sound into challenging new spaces. If early rehearsals are any indication of what's to come, I think our fans are going to be very pleased." "This is a tour that has made sense to me for over two decades. Failure and Swervedriver are both distinctive bands born in the '90s who continue to prove that you don't have to lose muscle to transmit atmosphere and you don't have to stop writing songs to have a unique sound. Anyone who enjoys powerful live shows will love this," added Failure drummer Kellii Scott. 3/13 Dallas, TX @ House Of Blues 3/14 Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live 3/15 New Orleans, LA @ Republic 3/17 Nashville, TN @ Basement East 3/19 Orlando, FL @ Plaza Live 3/20 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade 3/21 Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theatre 3/23 Pittsburgh, PA @ Spirit Hall 3/24 Philadelphia, PA @ TLA 3/25 Virginia Beach, VA @ Elevation 27 3/27 Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club 3/28 Washington D.C @ 9.30 Club 3/29 Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw 4/1 Toronto, ON @ PHX 4/2 Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall 4/3 Detroit, MI @ Majestic 4/5 Chicago, IL @ House Of Blues 4/7 Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave II 4/9 Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity 4/11 Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon 4/12 Lawrence, KS @ Liberty Hall 4/14 Denver, CO @ Oriental 4/15 Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge 4/17 Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom 4/19 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon 4/22 Sacramento CA @ Ace Of Spades 4/23 San Francisco, CA @ Fillmore 4/24 Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda

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