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She Drew The Gun Tickets | Manchester Academy 2  Manchester  | Wed 30th October 2019 Lineup

She Drew The Gun tickets

Manchester Academy 2 in Manchester

Wednesday 30th October 2019

7:30pm til 11:00pm

No age restrictions

Announce Their Biggest Ever Uk Headline Tour October/November 2019.

 
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She Drew The Gun on Wednesday 30th October 2019

Announce Their Biggest Ever Uk Headline Tour October/November 2019.

ACCLAIMED ALBUM ‘REVOLUTION OF MIND’ OUT NOW A BBC 6MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR

“A record of steely conviction in uncertain times” **** Q

“it’s like an angry, Scouse-inflected PJ Harvey. Ie: bloody brilliant” Sunday Telegraph

+ CONFIRMED FOR 6MUSIC FESTIVAL IN LIVERPOOL

Having last week completed a sold-out UK tour, She Drew The Gun have today announced their ‘Trouble Everyday’ tour for October & November. The Wirral band’s biggest UK tour yet will include London’s Electric Ballroom on October 17th.

She Drew The Gun will be performing at the BBC 6Music Festival in Liverpool on March 29th (at Eventim Olympia with Anna Calvi), and they have been confirmed for Latitude, Tramlines, Bluedot, Truck, Farmfest and Deer Shed festivals.

Led by frontwoman and songwriter Louisa Roach, She Drew The Gun recently released new single 'Paradise', available digitally now and impacting at radio on 26th April. ‘Paradise’ is the third single to be taken from sophomore album 'Revolution Of Mind' following the BBC 6Music A-Listed tracks ‘Resister’ and ‘Something For The Pain’. Produced by The Coral’s James Skelly at Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios. The album was chosen as a 6Music Recommends Album Of The Year 2018 alongside albums from IDLES, Kamasi Washington, and Arctic Monkeys among others.

“Its like a bad advert for capitalism, as if it was a product in some grotesque 1950’s ad,” says Roach of ‘Paradise’. “The free market is so wonderful isn't it? It’s supposed to make everything great when really it’s just a paradise for the rich and privileged, but there’s trouble on the breeze because it’s completely unsustainable.”

Music Genres: 

Alternative, Indie, Pop

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