Screamo-style band Meadows has partnered with HM to release their new single, “Tides,” recorded and produced with Bryan Papic at Luckyhorse Recording Studios. The Birmingham, AL band previously released an EP, Accretion, which is available for streaming and came out late last year. The band is be heading out on the Unbound Tour with The Death in Me beginning early next week. Dates below!

July 7 – Pinson, AL @ Restoration Venue
July 10 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Hoosier Dome
July 12 – Herrin, IL @ Hitts
July 14 – Hutchinson, KS @ Homebuild Shelter
July 16 – Des Moines, IA @ Underground Rock Shop
July 17 – Madison, WI @ Activate Youth Center
July 19 – Grand Rapids, MN @ Pierced Festival
July 20 – Mounds View, MN @ North Star Room
July 23 – Hobart, OK @ Bearcat Alley
July 24 – San Angelo, TX @ Yayas
July 25 – Austin, TX @ RED7
July 26 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Industrial Skatepark
July 27 – San Antonio, TX @ Nesta
July 28 – Houston, TX @ Harrisburg Studio
July 29 – Shreveport, LA @ Hotshots
July 30 – Baton Rouge, LA

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