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New York City hardcore band Show Me the Body is coming back with a new album. Trouble the Water is out October 28 via Loma Vista. It’s the trio’s third full-length and their first since 2019’s Dog Whistle. Check out the lead single “We Came to Play,” and find their current tour itinerary, below.

The album was recorded at Corpus studios in Long Island City and produced with Arthur Rizk. The band’s lineup includes founding members Julian Cashwan Pratt and Harlan Steed, as well as current drummer Jackie McDermott.

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Trouble the Water:

01 Loose Talk
02 Food From Plate
03 Radiator
04 We Came to Play
05 War Not Beef
06 Out of Place
07 Boils Up
08 Buck 50
09 Demeanor
10 Using It
11 WW4
12 Trouble the Water

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Show Me the Body: 2022 Tour

Show Me the Body:

10-01 Perris, CA – Desert Daze
10-16 Garden Grove, CA – Nothing Fest IV
10-21 Vechta, Germany – Gulfhaus
10-22 Kusel, Germany – Schalander
10-24 Hamburg, Germany – Hafenklang
10-25 Poznań, Poland – Klub Muzyczny
10-26 Dresden, Germany – Chemiefabrik
10-28 Dortmund, Germany – Red Forest Festival
10-29 Berlin, Germany – Red Forest Festival
10-30 Drachten, Netherlands – Iduna
10-31 Nijmegen, Netherlands – Merleyn
11-01 Zürich, Switzerland – Dynamo
11-02 Fribourg, Switzerland – Café XXème 
11-03 Bologna, Italy – Freakout Club
11-04 Verona, Italy – Colorificio Kroen
11-05 Mezzago, Italy – Bloom
11-07 London, England – The Underworld
12-06 Sydney, Australia – Oxford Art Factory 
12-07 Brisbane, Australia – The Brightside 
12-08 Melbourne, Australia – Stay Gold 
12-09 Perth, Australia – Bad Lands

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