SLAVES ANNOUNCE TO BETTER DAYS RECORD RELEASE SHOW X LIVESTREAM EVENT AT THE WHISKY IN L.A.
SHOW SET FOR AUGUST 5
NEW ALBUM TO BETTER DAYS OUT AUGUST 7
Slaves — featuring drummer Zack Baker, guitarists Wes Richmond and Felipe Sanchez, bassist Colin Vieira, and vocalist Matt McAndrew — have announced a livestreamed record release show that will take place at The Whisky in Los Angeles on August 5 at 9PM ET. The band’s upcoming album To Better Days arrives August 7 via SBG Records. Pre-orders are live here.
During the To Better Days record release show, the band will be performing the new album. Fans will need a ticket to virtually attend and the show will only be viewable for 48 hours after the fact. Tickets are $10 for the show or $15 for the show and a digital copy of the album. Go here for more information.
Slaves recently shared the new song “Like I Do.” Listen here.
The band also shared the video for “Wasting My Youth.”
Slaves have revealed that they will be changing their name, which began as a reference to the personal demon of addiction. However, the band understands that the term has painful connotations for others and explained its decision here. The name change has been a long time in the making and is important NOW more than ever. The decision has been lauded by USA Today and VICE.
TO BETTER DAYS TRACK LISTING:
“To Better Days”
“Talk To A Friend”
“Bury A Lie”
“Wasting My Youth”
“Like I Do”