District 97 release live Snow Country video

District 97
District 97

District 97 have released a live video showcasing their track Snow Country.

It’s the opening song on their third album In Vaults, which launched last year via Laser’s Edge. And it’s been issued to mark the start of their US tour with Tiles, which starts tonight (May 13) in their home town of Chicago.

The band say: “We’ve been back from Europe for about a month, and we had a fantastic time. We’re super excited to be bringing the show back stateside now and joining forces with our Laser’s Edge labelmates Tiles.

“We’re very proud to share a live video from the last show of our European tour, shot at the incredible De Boerderij venue in Holland. Hopefully this video gets those attending the upcoming US shows excited.”

Following the release of In Vaults, the District 97 parted ways with bassist Patrick Mulcahy and keyboard player Rob Clearfield. They were replaced in the lineup by Tim Seisser and Andrew Lawrence.

District 97 were recently confirmed for next year’s Cruise To The Edge festival.

District 97 tour dates

May 13: Chicago Reggies Music Joint, IL
May 15: Detroit Token Lounge, MI
May 16: Baltimore Orion, MD
May 17: Dunellen Roxy And Duke’s Roadhouse, NJ
May 18: Kennett Square Kennett Flash, PA
May 19: New York Drom, NY
May 20: Akron Musica, OH
Feb 07-11: Cruise To The Edge Festival

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