News: Drown this City Announce headline tour and drop new single.

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Drown This City are lifting the veil on their brand new single, BEND/BREAK, the first new music since their debut EP ‘False Idols’ dropped in mid-2016 and rolling out the dates on their headline tour in partnership with Tasmania’s Save the Clock Tower.

Drown This City are part of a new breed of heavy post-hardcore music – determined, focused, angry – and with all the firepower in their arsenal to make the requisite noise and calamity. This is a band who, within their first 12 months of being together – put out their widely-praised debut 5-track EP False Idols, sold out their first live show ever at Workers Club in Melbourne, were invited to play Rolling Stone’s Live Lodge event series, toured nationally with Falling in Reverse, supported Lacuna Coil and Capture the Crown, signed to Bear Parts Music for Management and were invited to play alongside bands like Violent Soho, Northlane, Thy Art is Murder, Polaris and more at 2017 UNIFY GATHERING Festival in Regional Victoria in January.

 

The huge new single (mixed by Circles’ Ted Furuhashi) is out this Friday 19th May in iTunes, Spotify and all good online outlets. The tour, presented by Hysteria Mag, Chase Music and Bear Parts Music, hits in July.

TOUR DATES

WITH SPECIAL GUESTS SAVE THE CLOCK TOWER

Friday 14th July – Brisbane Crowbar – 18+ BUY TICKETS

Saturday 15th July – Sydney Factory Floor – 18+ BUY TICKETS

Friday 21st July – Adelaide Enigma Bar – 18+ BUY TICKETS

Saturday 22nd July – Melbourne Workers Club – 18+ BUY TICKETS

Friday 28th July – Hobart Brisbane Hotel – 18+ BUY TICKETS

Saturday 29th July – Launceston Club 54 – 18+ BUY TICKETS

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