Popular American band to perform in the South West

PUBLISHED: 15:37 01 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:37 01 August 2018

Against The Current will perform at SWX. Picture: Pomona

Against The Current will perform at SWX. Picture: Pomona


A female-fronted American band are set to perform in Bristol next month.

Against The Current will play at SWX, in Nelson Street, on September 17 at 6pm.

The pop rock band are based in Poughkeepsie, in New York, and formed in 2011.

The three-piece consists of lead vocalist Chrissy Costanza, guitarist Dan Gow, and drummer Will Ferri.

After posting covers of various popular songs on YouTube, they gained a huge online following with 1.8 million subscribers.

Their songs have also been streamed more than 52 million times by their fans through Spotify.

Against The Current have released their first material in more than two years with songs Almost Forgot and Strangers Again.

A follow-up to 2016’s acclaimed debut album, In Our Bones, is due to arrive later this year.

Tickets, priced £16, are available at www.swxbristol.com or on 01179 450325.

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