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Sløtface tackle climate change in a big way on new number ‘Sink Or Swim’

It’s another rich gem, complete with a powerful new video highlighting the littering of oceans
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Published: 5:54 pm, September 27, 2019Words: Jamie Muir.
Sløtface tackle climate change in a big way on new number ‘Sink Or Swim’

Stepping up once again, Sløtface have served up another cracking new one - with ‘Sink Or Swim’.

The track is the third new number released in the world this year from Sløtface, following ‘Telepathic’ and ‘Stuff’ - their first new material since the release of debut album ‘Try Not To Freak Out’ in 2017.

Written whilst backstage on a UK tour, the track is “about the desperation that comes when I think about climate change” explains front person Haley Shea. “It’s supposed to be an honest description of how I’m definitely not doing enough to stop it, and how it feels so massive and difficult, but at the same time it in part comes down to lots of small and every-day choices.”

It comes complete with a powerful new video using footage from Rich Horner and Caroline Power - who have been documenting the littering of oceans for years.

Sløtface are back in the UK supporting PUP in November, calling across London, Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester and Southampton. Can check out those full dates below, and then listen to the new track.

Then if you like it, you might be tempted to buy a ticket to a show. Behind the curtain stuff here on how this all works…

21 Electric Ballroom, London, UK
22 SWX, Bristol, UK
23 Academy 2, Birmingham, UK
25 Stylus, Leeds, UK
26 The Garage, Glasgow, UK
28 The Riverside, Newcastle, UK
29 Academy 2, Manchester, UK
30 The Loft, Southampton, UK

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