The band played Canadian shows in June, and will return to the road for American and Japanese dates between August and October.
Why bother with the Grammys when you can find five sweet new songs to listen to (and never have to see John Mayer) right here?
Following the exciting news that Swervedriver would put out their first album in 17 years, the English shoegazers continue to keep us on the edge of our seats.
Now that we're all officially closer to 2020 than we are the beginning of 2010, it's time to start looking for the music of the future.
It’s already been seven years since shoegaze greats Swervedriver reunited in 2008 after a 10-year hiatus.