After announcing their nationwide tour, Chicago-bred duo Krewella (singer / songwriter sisters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf) has unleashed brand new single “Broken Record” – listen to it HERE. The song, premiered by SiriusXM on BPM’s new music segment with Ben Harvey, is a fresh record that reveals more about Krewella’s upcoming sophomore Ammunition EP, due out on May 20. Following the cathartic, punk-infused “Beggars,” “Broken Record” which NYLON notes “adds a nostalgic alt-rock layer to their signature sound,” is available to stream HERE and purchase HERE.
Alongside the forthcoming EP, Krewella has also announced The Sweatbox North American headlining tour for this fall – see full tour dates below. In a video dedicated to fans from Jahan HERE, the tour is announced as a return to the intimate venues that defined the beginning of Krewella’s career. The Sweatbox tour is for the core fans that have been there since the beginning.
In addition, Krewella’s Jahan and Yasmine continue their tradition of keeping an open, communicative forum with their “Krew,” and have released a touching visual letter from Yasmine to their fans, thanking them for their continued support. Check out the video HERE.
The 16-date run features stops in intimate venues in major cities, kicking off in Austin, TX on September 1 with stops in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Montreal and more before wrapping with a hometown show in Chicago on October 8. Due to the limited capacities at each respective venue, tickets for The Sweatbox tour will be available for purchase by ticket request system. Each ticket will include a digital copy of the Ammunition EP. Fans who wish to enter the ticket request system may do so between now and May 18 at 4:00PM ET via http://smarturl.it/SweatboxTour, and those who are accepted into the ticket request system to buy tickets will then be notified via email beginning Thursday, May 19 at 11:59PM ET. For more information on The Sweatbox tour, please visit HERE.
THE SWEATBOX TOUR DATES:
September 1 Austin, TX The Parish September 2 Dallas, TX House of Blues – The Cambridge Room September 3 Houston, TX House of Blues – The Bronze Peacock Room September 8 San Francisco, CA The Independent September 10 West Hollywood, CA The Roxy Theatre September 15 Washington, DC U Street Music Hall September 16 Cambridge, MA The Sinclair September 17 New York, NY Good Room September 22 Denver, CO Larimer Lounge September 23 Phoenix, AZ Crescent Ballroom September 30 Toronto, ON Velvet Underground October 1 Montreal, QC Fairmount Theatre October 6 Miami, FL Churchill’s Pub October 7 Atlanta, GA Terminal West October 8 Chicago, IL Lincoln Hall