Swim Deep to release debut album 'Where The Heaven Are We' in July

Hear Birmingham band's new single 'She Changes The Weather' now

Swim Deep to release debut album 'Where The Heaven Are We' in July

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Swim Deep have revealed details of their debut album 'Where The Heaven Are We'.

Recorded in London and Brussels, the album will be the first full-length release by the Birmingham band and is due to be released on July 29. The band have also shared their new single, 'She Changes The Weather', which you can hear by scrolling to the bottom of the page.

Swim Deep are set to tour in May with headline dates in Edinburgh, Manchester, London and Birmingham all scheduled.

Swim Deep will play:

Edinburgh, Cabaret Voltaire (May 27)
Manchester, Deaf Institute (28)
London, Village Underground (29)
Birmingham, Institute (31)



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