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This Wild Life Shares “Break Down” Live Session

Indie alt-rock duo This Wild Life share live video for their new song “Break Down” from their upcoming album Low Tides, set for release on September 9th. Fans can pre-order Low Tides at thiswildlifeband.com  and receive “Break Down” and previously released track “Pull Me Out” as instant downloads. Album bundles are also available at thiswildlifeband.com.

Anthony Del Grosso and Kevin Jordan recorded Low Tides with producer/engineer Aaron Marsh of Copeland. The album was mixed and mastered with additional production and engineering by Jason Suwito of Sir Sly. Low Tides follows the release of This Wild Life’s Epitaph debut, Clouded, which charted as the #1 Top New Artist, #1 Top Alternative New Artist, #49 Digital Album, and the #17 Independent Album at Billboard. Since forming in Long Beach, California in 2010, the duo has developed a dedicated audience with over 34 million album streams, 32 million YouTube views, 400k social media followers, and a multitude of shows for their fans worldwide.

On September 14th in Los Angeles This Wild Life begin their 25-city headline Low Tides Tour with supporting acts Have Mercy, Movements, and Many Rooms. This Wild Life kick off the European/UK leg of the tour on October 24th in Paris, France and wrap-up in Leeds, UK on November 19th. A full list of dates below. For information on ticket sales, visit thiswildlifeband.com.


9/14 West Hollywood, CA – Troubadour
9/17 San Diego, CA – The Irenic
9/18 Scottsdale, AZ – Pub Rock
9/20 Dallas, TX – Sons of Hermann Hall
9/21 Houston, TX – House of Blues
9/22 New Orleans, LA – Parish Room @ House of Blues
9/24 Orlando, FL – The Social
9/25 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
9/27 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
9/28 Richmond, VA – The Canal Club
9/30 Washington DC – Rock & Roll Hotel
10/1 Hamden, CT – The Space
10/2 Philadelphia, PA – World Cafe Live
10/4 New York, NY – The Studio at Webster Hall
10/5 Cambridge, MA – The Middle East – Downstairs
10/6 Pawtucket, RI – The Met
10/8 Toronto, ON – Hard Luck Bar
10/9 Lakewood, OH – Mahall’s
10/10 Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theatre
10/11 Detroit, MI – Shelter
10/12 Chicago, IL – Subterranean
10/14 Denver, CO – Cervantes Other Side
10/15 Salt Lake City – The Complex
10/17 Oakland, CA – Oakland Metro Operahous
10/24 Paris, FR – Espace B
10/25 Lyon, FR – Kraspek Myzik
10/27 Madrid, ES – Moby Dick
10/28 Manresa, ES – El Sielu
10/29 Barcelona, ES – Sala Razzmatazz 3
10/31 Modena, IT – La Tenda
11/01 Zurich, CH – Eldorado
11/02 Munich, DE – Sunny Red
11/04 Stuttgart, DE – 1210 Zwölfzehn
11/05 Koln, DE – Tsunami Club
11/07 Amsterdam, NL – Melkweg
11/08 Antwerp, BE – JH Kavka
11/10 London, UK – St Pancras Old Church
11/11 London, UK – Boston Music Room
11/12 Southampton, UK – The Joiners
11/13 Bristol, UK – The Exchange
11/15 Birmingham, UK – Asylum
11/16 Glasgow, UK – King Tuts
11/17 Newcastle, UK – Think Tank
11/18 Manchester, UK – Sound Control
11/19 Leeds, UK – The Key Club

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