Ahead of the release of new EP ‘Never Crave Attention’ and a string of UK live dates, Glasgow quartet The Ninth Waves have shared new single ‘Swallow Me’.
“‘Swallow Me’ is about being used and is based around an observation of a dysfunctional relationship and the damage caused,” say the band. “For the victim, the realisation of the situation they are in is hard to swallow.”
‘Never Crave Attention’ is released on 20th April, ahead of a string of live dates that includes appearances at Live at Leeds, Liverpool Sound City and The Great Escape.
5 Live at Leeds
6 Liverpool Sound City
10 Aberdeen Cafe Drummonds
11 Dundee Church
12 Stockton-on-Tees Georgian Theatre
13 Manchester Soup Kitchen
14 Birmingham Hare & Hounds
15 Bristol Louisiana
16 London Shacklewell Arms
18 The Great Escape
Listen to ‘Swallow Me’ below.
The Ninth Wave play Live at Leeds (5th May), Liverpool Sound City (5th - 6th May), The Great Escape (17th - 19th May) and Mad Cool (12th - 14th July) where DIY is an official media partner. Tickets are on sale now. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.
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