Hot on the tail of their appearance at Slam Dunk Festival over the bank holiday weekend, and a sold out debut UK headline show at London’s Camden assembly, Florida’s Wage War have announced their return to the UK for a headline tour.
“We are so excited to be coming back to the UK/ EU for our first proper headliner! If this past sold out run we just had is any indication, these are going to be some crazy shows! We’re counting down the days.”
– Cody Quistad, guitars
Dates for the run are below, and tickets are on sale now at http://wagewarband.com
7 Jan – Bristol, The Fleece
8 Jan – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
10Jan – Manchester, Rebellion
11 Jan – Dublin, Academy Green Room
12 Jan – Glasgow, G2
13 Jan – Newcastle, Think Tank
15 Jan – Leeds, The Key Club
16 Jan – Birmingham, O2 Institute 2
17 Jan – London, O2 Academy Islington
18 Jan -Southampton, The Loft
Wage War have been in the studio to record their third album and the anticipated follow up to 2017’s well-received and Jeremy McKinnon (A Day To Remember) produced Deadweight. As a taste of what’s to come, the band revealed new song Low earlier this year.
“We are so excited to bring you ‘Low,'” says singer and guitarist Cody Quistad “Over the past year, we’ve been relentlessly touring but we are constantly working on new music. ‘Low’ is the first glimpse of what’s to come for Wage War in 2019. We wanted to give people something to hold them over while we’re hard at work making sure record three is the best Wage War record yet”