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Swallows Nest Summer Tour Announced

Swallows Nest Summer Tour Announced

C.C. / Monday 6th January, 2020 12:21PM

Ōtepoti hardcore crew Swallows Nest are charging into 2020 with a seven date nationwide summer tour, kicking off this coming Thursday at Invercargill's Southland Musicians Club. Formed in 2017, the prodigious group have already dropped a self-titled EP, split releases with Chicago emoviolence / screamo unit Crowning and Milwaukee's Snag, and toured Europe last year alongside Crowning. Swallows Nest have enlisted an impressive lineup of regional supports ready to pummel earholes across Aotearoa this month, including Hedge Fund Trader, Long Distance Runner, Exit Fear, No Brainers, Starving Millions and E-Kare. Catch them in your area at the dates below...

Swallows Nest 2020 Summer Tour

Thursday 9th January - Southland Musicians Club, Invercargill w/ Russian Blue, Slur
Friday 10th January - The Crown Hotel, Dunedin w/ E-Kare, Sugar Coated Bullets, Wet Speciman
Saturday 11th January - darkroom, Christchurch
Wednesday 15th January - Valhalla, Wellington w/ Starving Millions, Happy Valley, Gravel Pit
Thursday 16th January - The Stomach, Palmerston North w/ Happy Valley, Fieldings Best Dancers, Coffin Club
Friday 17th January - Creative Waikato Exhibition Room, Hamilton w/ Long Distance Runner, Hedge Fund Trader, Wakhan Corridor
Saturday 18th January - Whammy Bar, Auckland w/ Hedge Fund Trader, Long Distance Runner, Exit Fear, No Brainers

Tickets available HERE via UTR

Experience the 2018 video for 'Apathy as an Infinite Manifestation'...

Watch a documentary on Swallows Nest's 2019 European tour with Crowning...

Press release:

Founded in Ōtepoti in 2017, Swallows Nest play emotionally charged screamo. After playing various domestic shows, releasing two splits and a self titled ep, the band toured Europe in 2019. Swallows Nest live performances are intense...

It's emotionally violent, melodic and catchy and, if you're in the right mood, it's just the medicine your body craves. ODT

Sonically, there’s enough harshness/rawness here to draw blood. Psychologically, all the gut-punching howls are guaranteed to leave you feeling scarred yet wholly exorcised. - Six Noises

The feedback that ends it underlines the savageness of it while the silence that follows reminds you that there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel. (this noise is ours) -


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Thu 9th Jan
Southland Musicians Club, Invercargill
Fri 10th Jan
The Crown Hotel, Dunedin
Sat 11th Jan
darkroom, Christchurch
Wed 15th Jan
Valhalla, Wellington
Thu 16th Jan
The Stomach, Palmerston North
Fri 17th Jan
Creative Waikato Exhibition Room, Hamilton
Sat 18th Jan
Whammy Bar, Auckland

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