Gurriers Announce Debut Album, Come And See, Share New Single

The highly energetic Irish quintet, Gurriers, have today announced their long-awaited, electrifying debut album, Come and See, which is set for release on September 13th via the newly established label No Filter. Alongside the announcement, the band have also shared their latest single, ‘Close Call’, the follow-up to BBC 6Music A-listed ‘Des Goblin’. 

Recorded in Leeds at The Nave Studios with Alex Greaves, Come and See is an exhilarating compilation of razor-sharp progressive punk tracks packed with relentless sucker punches. Operating at maximum capacity, Gurriers deliver a scorching retaliation against the apathy of the contemporary era.

Speaking of the album, the band state:

the album is a noisy, guitar driven odyssey of our disillusionment with the modern world.

Gurriers have a busy summer ahead with performances at various festivals and gigs, such as a sold-out concert at The Blue Basement in London on May 24th. They will also appear at Dot To Dot Festival in Bristol and Nottingham, End Of The Road Festival, and Manchester & Edinburgh Psych Fest. Check out the full list of tour dates below, with newly added shows highlighted in bold.

Today also sees the five-piece announce an extensive UK and Europe tour taking place in October and November, the tour includes six new shows in Ireland, with a Dublin show at Whelans on November 26th, alongside six dates in the UK seeing the band make a stop at the prestigious Moth Club in London. General sale begins at 10am on Monday, May 13th. 

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