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UK’s While She Sleeps will be returning to Australia in February as special guests to the behemoth that is Bring Me The Horizon on their rescheduled Australian tour dates, as well as playing two headline shows in Sydney and Brisbane.

The dates come ahead of While She Sleeps’ forthcoming third album, ‘You Are We’, set for release on April 21, 2017 in Australia via their new home UNFD.

Tickets for the headline shows at Sydney’s Newton Social Club on February 9 and Brisbane’s Crowbar on February 10 go on sale at midday, Wednesday November 23.

While She Sleeps will also step in as special guests on Bring Me The Horizon’s rescheduled Melbourne and Adelaide dates. Rescheduled due to illness, these shows will now play out in February.

For complete tour and ticketing information, visit: livenation.com.au.

While She Sleeps converted an empty warehouse in the heart of their native Sheffield into their own multi-purpose studio to create their new album You Are We. It’s not the first time they’ve had their own space – 2010’s debut EP The North Stands For Nothing was recorded at a home studio called The Barn – but with this new space, which was built with the band’s own money, they’ve taken things to the next level. “There’s always been a very DIY aspect to this band,” explains vocalist Lawrence ‘Loz’ Taylor, “so going it alone a bit more now just reiterates that to everyone.

The Barn was a very important place for us – it’s where we grew as friends and it was where we hung out and could be creative – so the idea with this new space is that it gives us a lot more creative space. There’s a studio and live room, and we have space now to achieve what we want to achieve as a band. This place is going to house us for a good few years.”

Made with Carl Bown, who also produced Brainwashed, the songs that comprise You Are We are full of as much force, focus and determination as ever. The likes of tracks "Hurricane" and first single "Civil Isolation" continue the band’s trajectory as one of the most inspiring, riotous and important voices in British music today, demonstrating both their continued musical evolution and their incisive social conscience. Yet while these are brutal anthems that paint a vivid picture of a post-Brexit Britain, they stand as both the most universal and most personal songs of the band’s career.

Supports - Belle Haven, Justice For The Damned & Stepson.

Doors 8pm - Tickets available at www.crowbarbris.com
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