Preview: JAWS at The Hope and Ruin, 8/12/15

Birmingham’s JAWS visit Brighton as part of their UK tour, with support from the highly acclaimed Nai Harvest. Having been a prominent and much-loved band for a few years now, with an EP and album under their belt, this UK tour comes in promotion of their new material which has a slightly heavier and grungier feel to it. The band recently released a video for their new single, What We Haven’t Got Yet, that was filmed in their own practice room.

JAWS will be at The Hope & Run on 8th December with Nai Harvest. Tickets can be purchased either online at See tickets, or in person, without booking fees, from Resident Music in Kensington Gardens.

Upcoming tour dates:

Dec 8th | The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

Dec 9th | The Joiners Arms, Southampton

Dec 11th | Mono, Falmouth

Dec 12th | The Exchange, Bristol

Dec 14th | Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

Dec 15th | O2 Academy 2, Oxford

Dec 16th | Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

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