We are pleased to say that we have alt/rockers Yearbook and Swim Good coming to The Soundhouse on Thursday 20th February as part of their co-headline UK tour.


Having racked up over 5000 downloads on their debut EP release ‘All Squares and Circles’, Yearbook have spent the last two years taking their passive aggressive alternative  rock far and wide. They have taken to the stage with the likes of Lower Than Atlantis, Don Broco, The Xcerts, Arcane Roots and Canterbury to name but a few.

They have played slots at Y Not Festival, Burn Out Fest and Red Fest and are set to take their electrifying live performance even further in 2014. With airplay on BBC Radio 1 (Daniel P Carter & Ally McCrae) BBC Introducing and Kerrang! Radio (Alex Baker) they have set themselves in good stead for the long awaited follow up release ‘Old Bones’ set for release in early 2014. “They’re the kind of band that’ll make you glue your earphones to your ears and delete everything else off your iPod.” – Kerrang!

“For fans of massive tune-age.” – Rocksound Magazine


Formed in late 2012 Swim Good hit the ground running; racking up as many shows as many bands play in a year in a matter of months. Their determination and explosive live shows led to them sharing stages with the likes of Don Broco, Blitz Kids, Hildamay, Arcane Roots, This Town Needs Guns and more. The band also enjoyed support on Kerrang! Radio’s unsigned show (playlisted for 4 weeks) and BBC Introducing. After taking some months off to record with Chris Coulter (Producer: Arcane Roots); Swim Good returned to the live scene in December 2013 and are announcing their forthcoming self titled debut E.P due for release February 2014 on Failure By Design Records.

In support of this they will head out on a full UK tour with alt-rockers ‘Yearbook’ this February. Look out for their 1st single and music video ‘Hatchet’ coming in January.

“They’re awesome, unusual and off the wall –

hopefully you’ll like these guys as much as I do!” –

Alex Baker, Kerrang! Radio

Plus local support to be announced.

Tickets- £5ADV/£6 OTD



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