Brawlers release new video // tour with Swmrs

Brawlers have announced that they will be joining Oakland garage punks Swmrs on their UK tour. To coincide with the announcement, they have released a video for ‘Better Looking’ from their ‘Black EP’. Continue reading

Brawlers / Milk Teeth co-headline tour

Brawlers and Milk Teeth have announced a short co-headline tour this April. The bands will take in 4 shows in the spring, which you can see the dates for below. Let’s hope they get to the rest of the country soon!


01/04 – The Hop, Wakefield
02/04 – Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
03/04 – Skint Fest, Chesterfield
04/04 – Studio 2, Liverpool

Brawlers to release debut album / unveil new track / announce UK shows

BRAWLERS have revealed plans to release their debut album titled ‘Romantic Errors of Our Youth’ on April 6th via Alcopop! Records. This much anticipated full-length follows their 2014 EP ‘I Am A Worthless Piece Of Shit’ which, teamed with a heavy touring schedule, infectious disposition for good times and intent to spread the good word of rock ‘n’ roll, earned the band loyal fans all over the UK and saw them cited in Kerrang!’s ‘20 Hottest Bands In The World Right Now’, among other glowing accolades.

The track-listing for ‘Romantic Errors of Our Youth’ is as follows :

1. Annabel
2. Drink & Dial
3. Holding Back
4. High Again
5. N.O.R.E.S.T.
6. Two Minutes
7. (I’m Having A) Nervous Breakdown
8. Windowmisser
9. Medicine
10. Romantic Errors of our Youth

Already having garnered plays on Radio 1 and XFM, lead track “Drink & Dial” is currently available to stream right here:

Comments frontman Harry George Johns, “This song is about trying to not make those calls, those mistakes we all make, often after alcohol, mostly after heartache – but I’ve made these mistakes and I’m telling you now, don’t not drink and dial, just don’t drink!”.

Brawlers will also be main support to Real Friends on their upcoming UK tour :

March 19 @ Sound Control, Manchester
March 21 @ Asylum, Birmingham
March 22 @ Underworld, London

Further touring plans, including various festival appearances will be revealed in due course.

“Hands down the best new live band in Britain, Brawlers are making the kind of impact on the gig circuit Gallows had back in 2007- you come away from their shows elated and ready to punch someone in the face just to prove how alive you are. Fantastic pop tunes and a grimy punk edge.” – Drowned in Sound |