Posts Tagged ‘Weirds’

NEWS: Tigercub announce UK tour supports and Brighton headline show!

Tigercub have announced that Weirds, Cassels, Husky Loops and Our Girl will be supporting the band on selected dates of their upcoming UK tour.

The band have also announced that they will be playing a headline show in Brighton at Concorde 2 on January 19th 2018, the day after the band’s headline show at Scala in London. This follows their headline show at the Scala in London the night before.

You can check out all these tour dates down below:

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VIDEO: Weirds – Old World Blues

Leeds based newcomers Weirds dropped their debut record ‘Swarmculture’ a few months ago, and now the band have debuted a video to accompany ‘Old World Blues’, the third single to come from the full-length studio effort.

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ALBUM: Weirds – Swarmculture

Release Date: May 26th 2017
Label: Alcopop! Records
Website: None available


Four years after Weirds released their double single ‘Crocodile/Yolk’, ‘Swarmculture’ was spawned. The double single showed promise, but its true musical identity was hidden underneath low-fi production which didn’t show the band in a particularly strong light. The blood, sweat, and tears that has gone into ‘Swarmculture’ are audible, and this is where they’ve truly made their mark.

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We’re putting the spotlight on the hottest and most exciting new bands around with a brand new Introducing feature, ready to highlight the artists with the biggest potential to make an impact on their scene. This time, we’re taking a look at Leeds newcomers Weirds who are preparing for the release of their debut record ‘Swarmculture’, which is out on May 12th via Alcopop! Records. We caught up with guys to talk about their formation, influences and their upcoming tour with The Wytches.


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NEWS: First batch of acts confirmed for 2000 Trees Festival 2017!

The 2017 festival season is fast approaching now, and the organisers at 2000 Trees Festival have just made their first line-up announcement of the year, confirming a headline slot from Slaves along with sets from the likes of Nothing But Thieves, Jamie Lenman, Dinosaur Pile-Up, and more.

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