WSTR Tour 2018

WSTR Announce UK Winter Tour

Having just released their latest album Identity Crisis, (reviewed here) Liverpool’s WSTR continue the good news vibes by announcing a headline UK tour for this December.

WSTR’s headlining dates will be their first full UK tour in support of their brand-new album, Identity Crisis, about which vocalist Sammy Clifford expressed the band’s desire to push the band’s songwriting, take chances, and bring some swagger into the album. “We’ve added all these different genres into our sound while keeping the WSTR roots. This record is about putting the simple things together well and trying to make them great “

Right now WSTR are heading to the USA to join Neck Deep, Trophy Eyes, and Stand Atlantic on The Peace and The Panic Part 2 Tour and then embark on a co-headlining tour with pop-punk trio PVMNTS.

Once WSTR return from Stateside shenanigans they’ll kick off the UK tour in London on December 7th 2018. Support throughout comes from Australian pop-punk newcomers Between You & Me and London based grungy pop trio Hey Charlie.


Friday 7 December Underworld London
Sunday 9 December Exchange, Bristol
Monday 10 December O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
Tuesday 11 December Deaf Institute, Manchester
Thursday 13 December Key Club, Leeds
Friday 14 December Classic Grand, Glasgow
Saturday 15 December Think Tank, Newcastle

Tickets go on general sale Friday 7th September 2018 through the usual retailers including Ticketmaster.

Identity Crisis is available now via Hopeless Records.

Stay up to date with all WSTR news on tours, releases and more via their official website, Facebook and Twitter from where they tweet @wstrband.


News Article by Katie Clare. More news, reviews and interviews by Katie on Louder Than War can be found at her Author Archive. Katie can also be found on Twitter where she tweets as @tokyo_katie.

Katie can also be found on Instagram as tokyo_katie_captures her feed is devoted to captures from shows past and present.

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