Alternative rock outfit PACESHIFTERS have released a live in session video of their latest single ‘Stranger’ ahead of a busy summer of festival appearances.
As well as a one-off headline show at The Black Heart in London where they will be joined by LTNT and Grounds. Tickets for this debut London headline show are on sale now, and available HERE.
Filmed and recorded live at GieSound Studio in Zwolle, Netherlands, the video offers a glimpse of the Dutch trio’s impressive live sound, which they have honed through extensive European touring and a number of high-profile festival performances at the likes of Groezrock, Pinkpop, Exit, Rock for People and SXSW.
The single version of ‘Stranger’ is available as a free download here: http://smarturl.it/PS_Stranger
Latest live dates are as follows:
04.06.2017 Gaellus Open Air, Tienray NL
15.06.2017 Kennisfestival, Deventer NL (Acoustic)
27.06.2017 The Black Heart, London UK
08.07.2017 Stonerock, Bad Bentheim DE
16.07.2017 Zwarte Cross Festival, Lichtenvoorde NL
21.07.2017 Welcome to the Village, Leeuwarden NL
22.07.2017 Young Art festival, Beverwijk NL
23.07.2017 Haltpop, Assendelft NL
01.08.2017 De Bolder, Vlieland NL
04.08.2017 Dicky Woodstock, Steenwijkerwold NL
05.08.2017 Veenhoop Festival, Veenhoop NL
18.08.2017 Nirwana Tuinfeest, Lierop NL
09.09.2017 Greidhoek Festival, Wommels NL
13.10.2017 Neushoorn, Leeuwarden NL
19.10.2017 Grenswerk, Venlo NL
20.10.2017 Fluor, Amersfoort NL
21.10.2017 Victorie, Alkmaar NL
26.10.2017 013/Cul de Sac, Tilburg NL
27.10.2017 Burgerweeshuis, Deventer NL
28.10.2017 Underground, Lelystad NL
03.11.2017 Spot, Middelburg NL
04.11.2017 Nirwana, Lierop NL
10.11.2017 Oefenbunker, Landgraaf NL
12.11.2017 Patronaat, Haarlem NL
17.11.2017 Helling, Utrecht NL
23.11.2017 Merleyn, Nijmegen NL
24.11.2017 Vera, Groningen NL
25.11.2017 Rotown, Rotterdam NL
29.12.2017 Hedon, Zwolle NL
Inspired by the grunge movement that shook the foundations of alternative music, PACESHIFTERS bring an innovative twist on the genre whilst also boasting the complete unadulterated attitude that it was renowned for.
Possessing a no-nonsense mentality since their inception, Paceshifters have evolved into a devoutly passionate new grunge-rock band with a sound that is sure to enthrall any listener who enjoys the heavier side of Nirvana with doses of powerful Incubus-esque melodies and riffs along with the grit and energy of Chevelle. However, drawing comparisons doesn’t do Paceshifters justice, where the band exhibit their gifted uniqueness in spades throughout new album Waiting To Derail, due for release this autumn via their new label Hassle Records – their first on the label and first dedicated release outside of their native Netherlands.
More details on Waiting to Derail will be revealed very soon.