Boston grunge rockers Slothrust are set to play a handful of UK dates in January to promote their fourth album The Pact, which was released in September.
If you like 90s alt-rock throwbacks, but don’t want another Nirvana rip-off, Slothrust might be for you. Drawing inspiration from the likes of PJ Harvey and Fiona Apple, the trio blend alt-rock, jazz, and blues influences with a pop sensibility to create a sound that is fresh and engaging.
Starting in Glasgow, they will go on to play dates in Manchester, London, Brighton, and last but not least, Birmingham’s Sunflower Lounge venue, before heading to Europe and ending the tour in North America.
Tickets are on sale now. See below for a full list of dates:
22 – Stereo, Glasgow
23 – The Deaf Institute, Manchester
24 – Boston Music Room, London
25 – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
26 – The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
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