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Counterparts Announce UK/European Tour With Can’t Swim

Counterparts are heading back to our shores for a full tour in February 2020

Canadian hardcore crew Counterparts have announced details of a UK/European tour for February 2020.

Kicking off at Alkmaar Victorie in the Netherlands on February 6, the 15-date trip will culminate at The Dome in London on February 20.

They will be joined on tour by Can’t Swim, Chamber and Static Dress (UK dates only).

Counterparts released their new album Nothing Left To Love earlier this month on Pure Noise Records.

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Kerrang! premiered their video Paradise And Plague last month, which shows the band performing behind a man sat at his desk, apparently oblivious to their presence.

I think it’s a depressing visual paired with a depressing song and it does the job,” vocalist Brendan Murphy told us. Relating to where the band are now, I’m not sure we as a whole could be considered miserable’ we’re just doing our thing and dealing with the bullshit as it comes.”

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Counterparts UK/European tour 2020


06 Alkmaar Victorie, Netherlands
07 Wiesbaden Schlachthof, Germany
08 Hamburg Bahnhof Pauli, Germany
09 Köln Gebäude 9, Germany
10 Southampton The Loft, UK
11 Bristol Exchange, UK
12 Swansea Sin City, UK
13 Birmingham Mama Roux, UK
14 Nottingham Beta, UK
15 Glasgow G2, UK
16 Newcastle Riverside, UK
17 Norwich The Waterfront Studio, UK
18 Manchester Rebellion, UK
19 Leeds Key Club, UK
20 London The Dome, UK

Posted on November 26th 2019, 12:05p.m.
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