Swervedriver

Swervedriver was born in the same era as shoegaze contemporaries Ride, Slowdive, and My Bloody Valentine, but tended to veer toward heavier sounds, coining the term "space travel rock 'n roll" to describe their music. Their original 1989-1998 run was followed by a comeback album in 2015. This comeback was followed up with the album Future Ruins on Dangerbird in 2019.


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Future Ruins - LP
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Future Ruins - CD
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Future Ruins - Digital
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Future Ruins - Slip Mat