Wardell announce debut EP details

LA-based duo of the director's kids Sasha and Theo Spielberg also announce UK dates

Wardell announce debut EP details

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Wardell, the LA based duo of Steven Spielberg's kids Sasha and Theo Spielberg, have announced details of their debut EP as well as two London shows in May.

The EP, which is titled 'Brother/ Sister' will be released on June 3 via National Anthem, and features the song 'Opossum' which can be streamed below. National Anthem have previously released singles by Haim and Chvrches.

In addition to the EP release, Wardell will perform live in London this May with two support slots with hotly-tipped Sir Sly confirmed. The duo will play live at Queen Of Hoxton on May 7 and then again the following day at Electrowerkz.

The 'Brother/ Sister' EP tracklisting is as follows:
'Opposum'
'Call It What You Want'
'Eli'
'Uptown Era'


Wardell will play:

London Queen of Hoxton(May 7)
London Electrowerkz (8)


See Wardell alongside Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Death Grips and Peace as part of NME's SXSW 2013 - 14 Stunning Big Pictures gallery.


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