Band call on their fans for help

Switches are calling on their fans to help them choose a cover track for their forthcoming single.

The London four-piece plan to cover one of five songs as a digital B-side for their next single ‘Lay Down The Law’.

Fans are being invited to vote for either David Bowie‘s ‘Boys Keep Swinging’, Beck‘s ‘Sexx Laws’, Weezer‘s ‘Buddy Holly’, Blur‘s ‘Girls And Boys’ or The Raconteurs‘Steady, As She Goes’ for the release, which is due out on April 16.

Voting closes next Tuesday (April 10), and you can register your vote at competitions@atlanticrecords.co.uk.

Switches are due to kick off a mammoth UK tour at Liverpool Korova next week.

They will play:

Liverpool Korova (April 12)

Southport Underground (14)

Manchester Night & Day (15)

Birmingham Barfly (16)

London 100 Club (17)

Bath Moles (19)

Gloucester Guildhall (20)

Exeter Phoenix (21)

Leicester Charlotte (23)

Bristol Thelka Social (24)

Warwick University (26)

Doncaster Priory (27)

Bedford Esquires (28)

Nottingham Rescue Rooms (29)

Newcastle University (30)

Glasgow G2 (May 1)

Aberdeen Tunnels (2)

Hartlepool Jax Bar (4)

Sheffield Plug (5)

To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now.

The band release their debut album ‘H.E.A.R.T Tuned To Dead’ on April 23.