Swim Deep are pleased to announce news of their second album ‘Mothers’, set for release on 18th September 2015 through Chess Club / RCA.

Now a fully fledged  five-piece with the addition of multi -instrumentalist James Balmont, the news follows the band’s recent Autumn tour announcement culminating in their biggest London show to date at Camden’s Roundhouse.

Recorded at the tail-end of 2014 in Brussels and London with producer Dreamtrak at the controls, the eleven track ‘Mothers’ enters the fray on the back of two acclaimed singles ‘One Great Song And I Could Change The World’ and ‘To My Brother’ – revitalised from a self imposed hiatus and a marked departure from their debut  ‘Where The Heaven Are We’ in 2013, a rejuvenated Swim Deep has witnessed critics reaching for superlatives…

The first word on the album comes courtesy of singer Austin Williams ; “we’ve made a record, we’ve worked hard and we’re dead proud of it. We’ve called it ‘Mothers’ as a nod to the true creators of the universe and  we couldn’t be more enthusiastic about this next chapter.”

‘Mothers’ is available to pre-order via itunes

standard edition – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/mothers/id1002421131

deluxe edition – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/mothers/id1002424104

 whilst also available as limited edition vinyl and CD through Chess Club / RCA

the full track listing is:

01 – One Great Song And I Could Change The World

02 – To My Brother

03 – Green Conduit

04 – Heavenly Moment

05 – Namaste

06 – Is There Anybody Out There

07 – Forever Spaceman

08 – Grand Affection

09 – Imagination

10 – Laniakea

11 – Fuelho Boogie

Swim Deep will playing much of the new album and the odd favourite from the past when hit they UK later this year with shows as follows:

10.10  – Sheffield  Leadmill

11.10  – Newcastle Riverside

12.10 – Glasgow Oran Mor

14.10 – York  Duchess

15.10 – Liverpool O2 Academy 2

16.10 – Manchester Ritz

17.10 – Birmingham Institute

18.10 – Cambridge Junction

20.10 –  Bristol Trinity

21.10 – Brighton Concorde

22.10 – London Roundhouse