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The Silver Lines Book 2024 Tour Dates, Including Gorilla Fest and SXSW

Birmingham based alt indie rock band, The Silver Lines, have booked a short run of live dates, kicking of with Gorllia Fest in the UK and SXSW in Texas, followed by eight dates in France. To find live listings and more from the band, keep reading below.

After being spotted at Pianos in New York by the owner of Focus Wales, The Silver Lines were invited to play. From there they were spotted by Jean-Louis Broussard and invited to play his festival Trans Musicales, France. Following this they are now working closely with the French booking agent Twin Vertigo who are keen to book some European dates in April 2024. Also after catching the Focus Wales set, Dev Sherlock, senior programmer at SXSW invited them to play in January 2024.

In August The Silver Lines recorded a new EP which is to be released early next year. In 2024, aside from potentially extending their stay in the states to do some more dates, the band will also be touring in Europe and aim to book an Independent Venue Week tour, along with releasing new singles from their upcoming EP.

Upcoming dates:
Feb 03rd – Gorilla Fest, Mexborough, UK
March 11-16th – SXSW, Texas, USA
April 03rd – Le Brise Glace, Annecy, France
April 04th – L’Antonnoir, Besancon, France
April 05th – Le Chapelier, Clermont-Ferand, France
April 06th – Le Dancing, Sete, France
April 10th – Le Pingouin, Arthez-de-Berne, France
April 11th – Les Abbatoirs, Cognac, France
April 12th – Supersonic, Paris, France
April 13th – Le Metaphone, Oignies, France
More UK dates to be announced.

More from The Silver Lines:
The Silver Lines were first formed in 2018 by the two brothers (Dan and Joe Ravenscroft) who said they were “uninspired by the current landscape of guitar music” and as such, decided that they were going to take matters into their own hands and make music of their own.

Later being joined by George (Vivian) on Bass and Kindo on drums, the band have gone on to release a string of successful releases being “Roamer” in 2018, “Parliament” and “Fallen Idol” in 2019, “Breathe” and “Skin” in 2020, “Alive” and “Delivery” in 2021 and “Love Made,” “The Big O,” “Hotel Room,” and the Sleaze (EP) in 2022 and “Blow Dry,” “Castaway,” and “Bound” in 2023 . The band have consistently sold out hometown gigs as well as play support slots with the likes Buzzcocks and established U.K. punk band Ist Ist. They have also played extensive gigs and festivals in both the UK, France and USA and have had radio plays on the likes of BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6 Music, Radio X, XS Manchester and Amazing Radio.

Fast forward to 2023 and being “repulsed by the notion of being just another ‘all white male indie’ band that sings of teenage love or rants empty pseudo prophetic quotes,” The Silver Lines set out to release new music that defies the genre and the peers within it. The product is a very self aware form of songwriting that covers many taboo topics from toxic masculinity, learnt behaviours from past generations, and explores personal experiences that connect with the listener on a much deeper level.

At the start of the year they did a 12 date UK tour (all 100 -150 cap venues) with Hope & Anchor London, Audio Glasgow, Bristol, Cavern Exeter, Smokehouse, and Ipswich all selling out. This was then finished with a US tour (NYC and LA) with the second date of the tour Piano’s, NYC selling out. They also drew a good crowd at The Paramount, Los Angeles where they headlined both. Notable festivals they’ve played include Focus Wales, Stockton Calling, MosFest, Your City, The Alternative Escape and playing the BBC Introducing stage at LakeFest.

The Silver Lines are:
Dan Ravenscroft – Vocals
Joe Ravenscroft – Guitar
George Vivian – Bass
Kindo – Drums

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https://open.spotify.com/artist/6a8ZPkxrrt7j2JZG03MjMM
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