Fredericton dub-reggae favourites Weak Size Fish share dates in New Brunswick and Halifax as part of their Dead of Winter 2019 tour.
Who doesn’t love a bit of reggae in the winter time? It may be the one thing that reminds us winter will eventually come to an end.
Weak Size Fish will be spending some time on the road during February with performances planned in Halifax, Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John.
“After a summer of successful shows across the Maritimes and time spent in the studio in recent months working on new material, we’re very excited to get back on stage for a string of shows,” said guitarist and lead vocalist Nick Mazerolle.
The band have been busy over the past several months writing and recording material for their next album, their first since the 2012’s Shakedown. In May of last year the group shared a pair of tracks, Lost Lagoon/Sail The Sea, their first recorded music since reuniting in 2017.
“We can’t wait to give people a taste of what we’ve been working on over the past few months’’, said sax player Greg Profit.
The band’s third album, The Drift, will be released June 21.
February 8 | The Carleton | Halifax, NS w/ KDZ & Superfluid
February 15 | Tide & Boar | Moncton, NB w/ Superfluid
February 16 | The Capital | Fredericton, NB w/ Superfluid
February 23 | Peppers Pub | Saint John, NB w/ Math Class