All Or Nothing For Subways

Butch Vig Collaboration For Band

Indie group The Subways are set to return with new album “All Or Nothing” on June 16th.

Recorded in Los Angeles with Butch Vig – he who recorded Nirvana’s “Nevermind” – the record is said to be inspired by American acts such as Death Cab For Cutie. Debut album “Young For Eternity” saw the band storm indie dancefloors across the country with hits such as “Rock And Roll Queen”.

The track “Girls And Boys” will act as a download only taster for the album from March 17th. The first single from the album will be entitled “Alright” and is available from June 2nd.

“All Or Nothing”, the second album from The Subways is available from June 16th. The band have announced a UK tour to promote the album, taking in the following dates:

March 25th – Falmouth, Princess Pavillion
March 26th – Bristol, Thekla
March 27th – Cardiff, The Point
March 29th – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
March 30th – Tamworth, The Palace

April 1st – Dundee, Fat Sams
April 2nd – Glasgow, Garage
April 4th – Leeds, Cockpit
April 5th – Manchester, Academy 3
April 7th – Brighton, Concorde
April 8th – Southampton, Brook
April 10th – London, ULU
April 11th – Colchester, Arts Centre

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