Swim Deep announce February headline tour

Birmingham band to hit the road next year

Swim Deep announce February headline tour

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Swim Deep have announced details of a UK headline tour kicking off in February next year.

The Birmingham indie rockers, who are currently on the road with Spector and were featured in NME Radar earlier this year, will play 13 gigs in total including shows in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, York, Brighton and London.

The tour kicks off in Southampton on February 14, before finishing up at Brighton's Green Door Store on February 27.

Swim Deep will play:

Southampton Joiners (February 14)
Birmingham Temple (15)
Leeds Brudenell Social Club (16)
Manchester Soup Kitchen (17)
Nottingham Bodega (18)
Sheffield Plug (19)
York Duchess (20)
Glasgow King Tuts (22)
Liverpool Kazimer (23)
Bristol Thekla (24)
Norwich Open (25)
London XOYO (26)
Brighton Green Door Store (27)


Tickets are onsale now. To check the availability of Swim Deep tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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