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SWMRS have debuted another new track, 'Trashbag Baby'

The latest taster of ‘Berkeley’s On Fire’ is streaming now.
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Published: 7:30 pm, January 14, 2019
SWMRS have debuted another new track, 'Trashbag Baby'

SWMRS have dropped another new track from their forthcoming album.

'Trashbag Baby' debuted as Annie Mac's Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1 - you can give it a listen below.

It's the latest taster to arrive from 'Berkeley's On Fire', the band's new album which is set to be released on 15th February. We've already heard two other tracks from the record - the title cut and 'April In Houston'.

“When we were writing these songs we were very conscious of our role in creating a space for people to escape from the nonstop negative media cycle,” says co-frontman Cole Becker.

“It’s a strange time to be young; our generation knows the duality of feeling like an unstoppable force for change in one moment and a powerless wreck in the next. We wanted these songs to document that feeling that we’ve observed closely in ourselves and in the people we’ve shared our music with over the past three years.”

SWMRS hit the UK this March, you can catch them at:

MARCH
11 Birmingham, United Kingdom - O2 Institute
12 Glasgow, United Kingdom - St Lukes
13 Manchester, United Kingdom - Academy 2
14 Bristol, United Kingdom - Thekla
16 London, United Kingdom - Electric Ballroom

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