Photos by Jonathan Arevalo
Supporting their latest release titled In The Future Your Body Will Be The Furthest Thing From Your Mind, LA alt-rock unit Failure are in the midst of a co-headline trek with English rockers Swervedriver, and featuring opening support from rock n’ roll act Criminal Hygiene.
The ongoing trek sees Failure showcasing new material live, including songs like “Solar Eyes,” “Distorted Fields,” “Heavy and Blind,” “Dark Speed,” and more. Fans can also expect to hear plenty of tracks off 1996’s popular Fantastic Planet, along with select cuts off 2015’s The Heart Is a Monster, 1994’s Magnified, and 1992’s Comfort.
Meanwhile, the outing serves as a platform for Swervedriver to debut new music live as well, in the form of material off their sixth studio record, Future Ruins. The gang are currently on the road dishing out new hits like “Mary Winter,” “The Lonely Crowd Fades in the Air,” “Drone Lover,” and more. Familiar songs off their previous five efforts, including tracks “MM Abduction,” “Setting Sun,” “Maelstrom,” “Never Lose That Feeling,” “Duel” and others round out the band’s set.
We’ve got exclusive shots from the recent Brooklyn show at Warsaw on March 29th in the gallery below. The tour runs through late April in California. All remaining dates are listed here.
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