Great Lake Swimmers


The Great Lake Swimmers kicked off the release of their new album Lost Channels with a Spring US tour on March 31 in Seattle. The Toronto band will be in fine form having spent the better part of March playing to sold out venues across their home country of Canada. Great Lake Swimmers dip down south of the 49th just as buzz for their fourth album hits a new peak. Lead single “Pulling on a Line” was recently the 2nd Most Added song at AAA radio across the nation, beaten out only by U2. The new album has already been added to over 60 College and AAA stations across the country. Meanwhile their brand new accompanying video got it’s official debut on the newly revamped Pitchfork site this week. The Isaac Rentz directed video was shot in the late night hours on the storied hills of Topanga Canyon. With its plumes of pink smoke and motley crew of charters, it’s best described as “Tom Sawyer meets David Lynch”.

“Pulling On A Line” Music Video

Tour Dates
Apr 03 – San Francisco @ The Bottom of the Hill
Apr 04 – Los Angeles @ Spaceland
Apr 05 – Tucson @ Plush
Apr 07 – Austin @ Stubbs Bar-B-Q
Apr 08 – Denton @ Hailey’s
Apr 10 – Atlanta @ The Earl
Apr 11 – Asheville @ The Earl (all ages)
Apr 13 – Charlottesville @ Gravity Lounge
Apr 14 – Washington @ Black Cat
Apr 15 – Philadelphia @ Johnny Brenda’s
Apr 16 – Northampton @ Iron Horse Music Hall
Apr 17 – New York City @ The Bowery Ballroom
Apr 18 – Cambridge @ The Brattle Theater
Apr 20 – Newport @ The Southgate House
Apr 21 – Chicago @ Schubas
Apr 22 – Minneapolis @ 7th Street Entry
Apr 23 – Madison @ High Noon Saloon

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