Swim Deep announce September UK tour dates - ticket details

Birmingham band announce ten dates including hometown gig

Swim Deep announce September UK tour dates - ticket details

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Swim Deep have announced details of their biggest UK headline tour to date.

The band, who release debut album 'Where The Heaven Are We' on July 29, will play ten dates in September including a homecoming gig at Birmingham Town Hall. Starting in Sheffield on September 16, the Swim Deep tour will visit Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Nottingham, Cardiff, Oxford, Cambridge and Brighton before ending in London's Shepherds Bush Empire on September 27. Tickets for all dates go on sale on Friday (June 7) at 9am.

Recorded in London and Brussels, 'Where The Heaven Are We' will be the first full-length release by the Birmingham band and will be preceded by a new version of the band's first single 'King City', which you can hear by scrolling to the bottom of the page.

Swim Deep will play:

Sheffield, Queen’s Social Club (September 16)
Manchester, Academy 3 (17)
Leeds, Cockpit (19)
Birmingham, Town Hall (20)
Nottingham, Rescue Rooms (21)
Cardiff, The Globe (22)
Oxford, 02 Academy 2 (23)
Cambridge , The Junction (24)
Brighton, Concorde 2 (25)
London, Shepherds Bush (27)



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