Warmduscher have shared a new single “bridging the gap” to a new album later this year, ‘Love Strong’

They'll play three shows at London's Windmill this month.

Warmduscher have unveiled a new single and video, ‘Love Strong’, as they prepare to embark on their debut North American tour and a trio of London shows.

The band have said that the single is a “late-night adventure bridging the gap between ‘At The Hotspot’ and their next album due to hit the streets late 2023 on Bella Union”. Clams Baker Jr., the band’s frontman, explains the track is “a love story of keeping it up in a world that wants to bring you down. Alive in the adventure, alone in the dream. Love Strong and you’ll do just fine.”

The video for ‘Love Strong’ was directed by Jeanie Crystal, who said of the project: “I’m always trying to blur boundaries in an attempt to create new spaces, so pairing classical trained dancers with a group of reprobate musicians is exciting to me. Allowing each individual artist to do what they want side by side in the same space regardless of medium is what I’m into. I’m just trying to seduce people into my doctrine.”

The band are set to play a trio of dates at London’s Brixton Windmill in March, before kicking off their North American tour and returning to the UK for shows in May, July and August.

1 – The Windmill, London – SOLD OUT
3 – The Windmill, London – SOLD OUT
6 – The Windmill, London
10 – British Music Embassy stage @ SXSW, Austin
14 – Speedy Wunderground @ Sellers Underground, SXSW, Austin
15 – Good Karma Club @ Seven Grand or 13th Floor, Austin
18 – Now Wave Stage @ SXSW, Austin
20 – Lodge Room, Los Angeles
24 – Sleeping Village, Chicago
25 – Cactus Club, Milwaukee
28 – The Garrison, Toronto
29 – Bar Le Ritz, Montreal
30 – Baby’s, New York
31 – DC9, Washington

27 – Wide Awake, London
28 – Bearded Theory, Derbyshire

7 – TRNSMT, Glasgow
8 – Sea View Festival, Bexhill on Sea
14 – Rock Herk, Belgium
21 – Secret Garden Party, Cambridgeshire
22 – Latitude Festival, Suffolk

11 – Boardmasters, Cornwall
18 – Green Man Festival, Wales

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