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Weaves shares “One More” video + Announces additional EU & US tour dates‏

Weaves’ video for “One More” is premiering today on FADER and VEVO. Shot by guitarist Morgan Waters as the band were embarking on their recent US tour with Sunflower Bean. The video captures Weaves’ first experience of the American Southwest, focalized through singer Jasmyn Burke, appearing here as “a disgruntled cheerleader” complete with Wal-Mart-purchased pom poms and a second-hand robe. Watch here.

“This was our first American tour and we didn’t know if we were going to kill each other, being stuck in a van together the whole time,” Waters told FADER. “We shot the video ourselves in Rock City, New Mexico in the middle of our drive from Toronto to Los Angeles. We’re Canadians so we had to get to know the desert the old fashioned way: with pom poms and a video camera. I filmed Jasmyn from the back of the van as we both yelled at Spencer to drive the right speed while Zach did playback and offered moral support. We smelled burning and assumed it was the smell of America but the mechanic told us the emergency brake was stuck.”

In addition to the 30 date European tour announced last month the band are announcing additional European shows and a new set of North American dates. Watch the video for “One More” at the link above and find the full touring route and album details below.

Tour Dates

06/02, Berlin, DE, FluxBau
06/03, Mannheim, DE, Maifeld Derby festival
06/04, Nimes, FR, This Is Not A Love Song festival
06/05, Paris, FR, Le Pop Up Du Label
06/07, Tunbridge, UK, Wells Forum #
06/08, London, UK, Dingwalls #
06/09, Birmingham, UK, Sunflower Lounge #
06/10, Edinburgh, UK, Electric Circus #
06/11, Liverpool, UK, Studio 2 #
06/12, Manchester, UK, Deaf Institute #
06/13, Nottingham, UK, Bodega #
06/14, Cardiff, UK, The Globe #
06/15, Cambridge, UK, Portland Arms #
06/17, Antwerp, BE, Trix
06/18, Hilvarenbeek, NL, Best Kept Secret festival
06/20, Nottingham, UK, Rough Trade (in-store)
06/21, London, UK, Rough Trade East (in-store)
06/22, Bristol, UK, Rise Music (in-store)
06/24, Oslo, NO, Piknik I Parken
06/29, Lille, FR, La Peniche
06/30, Derby, UK, The Venue
07/01, Bedford, UK, Esquires
07/02, Aldershot, UK, West End Centre
07/03, Brighton, UK, Hope and Ruin
07/04, Guildford, UK, Boileroom
07/08, Winchester, UK, Railway
07/09, Milton Keynes, UK, Craufurd Arms
07/12, Leicester, UK, The Musician
07/15, Southwold, UK, Latitude festival
07/17, Glasgow, UK, Nice N Sleazy
07/18, Newcastle, UK, Think Tank
07/19, Leeds, UK, Brudenell Social Club
07/23, Huntington, UK, Secret Garden Party festival
08/09, Columbia, MO, Café Berlin
08/10, Dallas, TX, Three Links
08/12, Phoenix, AZ, Rebel Lounge
08/13, Los Angeles, CA, The Echo
08/15, Seattle, WA, Barboza
08/22, Chicago, IL, Schubas
08/24, New York, NY, Mercury Lounge
08/25, Brooklyn, NY, Baby’s All Right
09/02-04, Salisbury, UK, End of the Road festival
# w/ Beach Slang

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