Slowdive Add Tour Dates, Share Video for New Song “Alife”: Watch

Slowdive Add Tour Dates, Share Video for New Song “Alife”: Watch

A fourth preview of Everything Is Alive before the new album arrives on Friday

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Slowdive, photo by Ingrid Pop

Prior to the release of their new album, Everything Is Alive, this Friday (September 1), Slowdive have announced a series of 2024 tour dates and shared the video for their new song “Alife.” Find those dates and the new video below.

“‘Alife’ is one of the first tunes we finished for the record,” Neil Halstead said in a statement. “Shawn Everett did a really nice job with the mix. We tried so many times to figure out a good mix by ourselves and couldn’t do it… it sort of had us beaten until Shawn stepped in. We decided if he could handle that one he could probably do the whole record. Our friend Jake Nelson did a really nice animation for this song; it takes some of the imagery from the artwork and digs a little deeper into that.”

Everything Is Alive follows 2017’s Slowdive and features “Kisses,” “Skin in the Game,” and “The Slab.”

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Slowdive Tour Dates


09-23 Toronto, Ontario – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
09-25 Boston, MA – Citizens House of Blues Boston
09-27 New York, NY – Webster Hall
09-28 New York, NY – Webster Hall
09-29 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer
09-30 Washington, D.C. – 9:30 Club
10-02 Cleveland, OH – The Roxy at Mahall’s
10-03 Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre
10-04 Saint Paul, MN – Palace Theatre
10-06 Denver, CO – Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom
10-07 Salt Lake City, UT – The Union
10-09 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
10-10 Seattle, WA – Showbox SoDo
10-12 San Francisco, CA – The Warfield
10-14 Los Angeles, CA – The Bellwether
10-30 Glasgow, Scotland – Queen Margaret Union
10-31 Manchester, England – Ritz
11-01 Bristol, England – SWX
11-03 London, England – Troxy
11-05 Belfast, Northern Ireland – Mandela Hall
11-06 Dublin, Ireland – National Stadium
11-25 Buenos Aires, Argentina – Primavera Sound
12-04 Santiago, Chile – Teatro Coliseo
12-07 Asunción, Paraguay – Primavera Sound
12-10 Bogotá, Colombia – Primavera Sound
02-16 Brighton, England – Brighton Dome
02-17 London, England – Eventim Apollo
02-18 Birmingham, England – O2 Institute Birmingham
02-19 Norwich, England – LCR UEA
02-21 Liverpool, England – O2 Academy Liverpool
02-22 Newcastle upon Tyne, England – NX
02-23 Glasgow, Scotland – Barrowland Ballroom
02-24 Edinburgh, Scotland – Liquid Rooms
02-26 Cardiff, Wales – Cardiff University Great Hall
02-27 Manchester, England – Manchester Academy


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