PAWS have announced details for their third album, ‘No Grace’.
The follow-up up to ‘Youth Culture Forever’ is due out 17th June via FatCat, and it comes produced by Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus. Recording sessions took place in Somerset and at Glasgow’s Chem 19.
Two new tracks - ‘No Grace’ and ‘Gone So Long’ - are streaming now. They’ll also be available as a cassette on the group’s upcoming tour. Check out their UK dates below and get tickets here.
03 Inverness, Brew at the Bog Festival
22 Dundee, Conroy’s Bar (w/ The Spook School)
23 Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree (w/ The Spook School)
24 Edinburgh, Summerhall (w/ The Spook School)
25 Glasgow, Stereo (w/ The Spook School)
26 York, The Fulford Arms (w/ The Spook School)
27 Liverpool, Studio 2 (w/ The Spook School)
29 Manchester, Soup Kitchen (w/ The Spook School)
30 Leeds, Headrow House (w/ The Spook School)
01 Bristol, Start the Bus (w/ The Spook School)
02 London, Moth Club (w/ The Spook School)
03 Brighton, Hope and Ruin (w/ The Spook School)
04 Birmingham, Hare and Hounds (w/ The Spook School)
23 Sheffield, Bungalows and Bears (w/ Big Deal, Hannah Lou Clark)
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