Watch Sports Team share ‘Get Along’ video

Sports Team share ‘Get Along’ video

The track was only previously available on a physical 7”, and appears on the band’s new ‘Keep Walking!’ EP.

Sports Team are releasing their new EP ‘Keep Walking!’ tomorrow (8th March), and have shared a new video in advance.

The clip, which compiles live and tour footage from across the past year (including a fair few snippets of the band’s messy show at London’s House Of Vans to launch our Class Of 2019), is for new song ‘Get Along’, which was previously only available to hear on a physical only 7” via the band’s own Holm Front label.

Sports Team are set to head out to SXSW in Austin, Texas next week, and they’ll play the DIY British Music Embassy showcase at Latitude 30 next Monday (11th March).

Read our interview with the band’s vocalist Alex Rice about their SXSW performances in our new zine, created specially for the festival - Go Big Or Go Home - here.

After they return from the States, Sports Team will head straight out on their biggest UK tour to date, which they just announced the support acts for last month.

Watch the ‘Get Along’ video and view the band’s tour dates below.

MARCH

18 The Garage, Glasgow
19 Bodega Social Club, Nottingham
20 Rough Trade, Bristol
21 Patterns, Brighton
22 Electric Ballroom, London
23 Elsewhere, Margate
24 Joiners, Southampton
26 The Bullingdon, Oxford
27 The Cookie, Leicester
28 Sound Basement, Liverpool
29 The Leadmill, Sheffield
30 Soup Kitchen, Manchester

Sports Team play DIY's SXSW stage at the British Music Embassy at Latitude 30 on 11th March, where DIY is an official media partner. Visit diymag.com/presents for more information.

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