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Canadian rockers Silverstein embark on a massive anniversary tour commemorating 20 years of making music together. Formed in 2000, the band have toured the world over and have nine albums to their name with their latest 'Redux: The First Ten Years' released early 2019. Californian rock band I the Mighty and pop band Four Year Strong will be joining on select dates throughout the tour.
Redux: The First Ten Years celebrates the band's first 10 years making music by re-recording 12 songs from their early music days in the 2000s. Music blog Dead Press described the album as showing "the strength of Silverstein, how far they've come, and how much their work is able to stand the test of time."
Performance date: 15 November 2021
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