With their acclaimed second album 'Revolution Of Mind' released today, She Drew The Gun have announced a headline tour for February and March 2019. The tour will be the biggest yet by the critically acclaimed Wirral band fronted by Louisa Roach, who are currently on tour with The Coral.
SHE DREW THE GUN HEADLINE TOUR 2019
FEB 20 MANCHESTER DEAF INSTITUTE
FEB 21 LEEDS BRUDENELL SOCIAL CLUB
FEB 22 GLASGOW THE HUG AND PINT
FEB 23 EDINBURGH SNEAKY PETES
FEB 27 BIRMINGHAM THE CASTLE & FALCON
FEB 28 BRISTOL THE EXCHANGE
MAR 1 OXFORD THE BULLINGDON
MAR 2 LEICESTER, THE COOKIE
MAR 6 CAMBRIDGE THE PORTLAND ARMS
MAR 7 LONDON THE GARAGE
MAR 8 BRIGHTON PATTERNS
Revolution Of Minds lead single 'Resister' is currently on BBC 6Musics A-List, and earlier this week Steve Lamacq had the band in for a live session (listen again here - https://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/play/m0000jxr). The songs powerful video was directed and produced by James Slater (Blossoms, Bill Ryder-Jones, Jamie T).
Produced by James Skelly at Liverpools Parr Street Studios. Revolution Of Mind is the follow-up to She Drew The Guns acclaimed 2016 debut Memories Of Another Future, which contained the BBC 6Music playlisted singles Poem, Pit Pony, Since You Were Not Mine and No Hole In My Head.
Roach draws musical inspiration from the likes of underground folk legend Malvina Reynolds, Manchester poet Toria Garbutt, and contemporary voices like Kate Tempest, Nadine Shah and Courtney Barnett. I crave music that says something, she says, music that goes beyond simple love songs.
SUPPORTING THE CORAL, OCTOBER 2018, REMAINING DATES
FRI 5 BIRMINGHAM, O2 Institute
SAT 6 LEEDS, Beckett Students Union
SUN 7 SHEFFIELD, Leadmill
TUE 9 BRISTOL, SWX
FRI 12 LIVERPOOL, University The Mountford Hall
SAT 13 MANCHESTER, Albert Hall
WED 18 LONDON, Electric Ballroom*
*Rescheduled from Koko, original tickets valid