Former Sarah Records Bands Tour

Boyracer picLouder Than War are very proud to announce something rather magical: four bands associated with the legendary Sarah Records are back on the road and back on vinyl. Even As We Speak, Boyracer, Secret Shine and Action Painting will be getting together for a series of dates this summer, so get yourselves along because this will probably never happen again. Even As We Speak have not toured the UK in over 25 years, and Action Painting! (check out the recent LTW interview) have reformed out of nowhere to be involved.

And to mark the occasion, a brand new LP featuring new and previously unavailable material from all four bands is available from Emotional Response Records. Each band has a brand new release of its own too. See here

Boyracer  (pictured) and Emotional Response Records’ Stewart Anderson says: “Although there are many happy memories associated with the Sarah years, it should be pointed out that although this IS a celebration of independence and punk ethics, which links all four bands, we would also like to add that this is also about moving forward. All four bands are still actively making NEW music. So expect the hits, and a sprinkling of newies also! We hope to see you soon!”

Wednesday July 18th – London- Rough Trade West

Thursday July 19th – Bristol Rough Trade Store

Friday July 20TH – Bristol– Louisiana

Saturday at July 21st – Leeds– Brudenell Social Club

Sunday 22nd July – Glasgow– The Old Hairdressers

Wednesday July 25th – Brighton – The Green Door Store
Thursday July 26th London – The Lexington (Sold out) Sun July 29th; Indietracks Festival 

Even As We Speak will be headlining all dates. The running order of the rest of the bands will be decided on the night. All shows start early, so bring your date and don’t be late!

Tickets are selling fast for all events. For full info look here

All words by Arash Torabi. More writing by Arash can be found at his Louder Than War author’s archive.

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