Thundermother announce dates for Part III of ‘Heat Wave Release Tour 2020’

Photo by Guido Karp #guidokarp

Thundermother announce dates for Part III of ‘Heat Wave Release Tour 2020’

Swedish group Thundermother consisting of guitarist and band founder Filippa Nässil, lead vocalist Guernica Mancini, drummer Emlee Johansson and new bassist Majsan Lindberg, may well be the band with the most tour dates under its belt since the Covid virus stunned the world earlier this year. The group has announced Part III of its Heat Wave Release Tour 2020 in support of its new studio album Heat Wave with most of the dates concentrated in Germany once again.

The following message was posted on Thundermother‘s Facebook page earlier today:

Photo by Guido Karp #guidokarpla

“We’ll be Back on the road in one month!

Ticket sales start right now and there’s a limited capacities at all shows so you better be quick! 🥳⚡🤘

Pic by Guido Karp

Routing – HEAT WAVE Release Tour 2020 – Part III
21.10.2020 DE – Münster/ Jovel Music Hall
22.10.2020 DE – Bad Friedrichshall/ Lemmy`s Bar
23.10.2020 DE – Burglengenfeld/ VAZ Pfarrheim
25.10.2020 DE – Lindau/ Club Vaudeville
27.10.2020 DE – München/ Backstage Werk
29.10.2020 DE – Donauwörth/ Doubles Starclub
30.10.2020 DE – Donauwörth/ Doubles Starclub
31.10.2020 DE – Donauwörth/ Doubles Starclub
01.11.2020 DE – Hohenlimburg/ Werkhof
03.11.2020 DE – Würzburg/ Posthalle
04.11.2020 DE – Osnabrück/ Bastard Club
06.11.2020 DE – Kaiserslautern/ Kammgarn
07.11.2020 DE – Memmingen/ Kaminwerk
08.11.2020 DE – Weinheim/ Café Central
09.11.2020 DE – Köln/ Rock-Pit (Acoustic)
11.11.2020 DE – Hamburg/ tba.
12.11.2020 DE – Oberhausen/ Resonanzwerk
13.11.2020 DE – Saarbrücken/ Garage
14.11.2020 FR – Strasbourg/ La Laiterie
15.11.2020 BE – Antwerp/ Kavka Zappa

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Heat Wave: “Overall, Thundermother have delivered a very good rock n’ roll record that should appeal to a wide range of people. Perhaps the biggest compliment that I can give Thundermother is that on their debut album, they sounded a lot like AC/DC; on their sophomore album, they sometimes sounded like Mötorhead; but on their last two albums and especially this one, they sound like… well, Thundermother, and that is a great thing!”

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