Slowdive ofrecerán dos nuevos conciertos en España en febrero

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Slowdive will offer two new concerts in Spain in February

Slowdive will offer two new concerts in Spain in February

The British Slowdive They will be in February 2024 in Barcelona and Madrid to present their album “Everything Is Alive”. One of the fathers of shoegaze and dreampop who remain in the best possible shape.

The British band enjoyed their greatest success during the first half of the 1990s. At that time they were the leaders of the shoegaze and dreampop sound, but an early separation in 1995 stopped their artistic career. After two decades of dissolution, in 2017 they released their comeback album “Slowdive”. We have had to wait 6 more years for a new study work Slowdivebut a few months ago those from Reading launched “Everything Is Alive”their fifth album.

To present this work, the band of Neil Halstead and Rachel Goswell will be in Spain for two concerts in February next year. These two concerts, organized by the Primavera Sound, will be part of the band’s European tour. The cities chosen to enjoy Slowdive live they are Barcelona (February 5, Razzmatazz) and Madrid (February 6, La Riviera).

Tickets for both concerts will be available through SAYS since tomorrow (November 8th) at 10am.

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