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[Photos by: Phoebe Fox]

SWMRS are gearing up to release a live video of “Too Much Coffee” recorded at Orange Vélodrom in France. The world premiere is tomorrow Dec. 4. SWMRS is also doing a live Q&A until the release. 

This is the first release by the band since their tour van crashed, leaving guitarist Max Becker and two crew members critically injured. Check out the details on the release below.

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It has been a bit over a month since once of SWMRS’ vans crashed and Becker was just released from the hospital about a week ago. Following an update on Becker’s health and how touched the members were by fans’ love and support, SWMRS took to Instagram to announce the world premiere of “Too Much Coffee” live. Check out the post below. 

Too Much Coffee – Live From France premiers tomorrow! You can head to our youtube channel from now until then and we will be answering any and all questions from the SWM Team. See y’all there!

A preview of the song is below.

SWMRS Youtube page can be found here. It shows a countdown over the video along with a chat window for them to answer your questions.

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SWMRS have shared new photos and an update on guitarist Max Becker, following the accident back in October.

On a drive from Oakland to Denver, Becker and two tour crew members, Natalie Somekh and Josh Berl were injured after their van hit black ice, causing them to lose control. First responders were able to arrive at the scene quickly and bring the three into an intensive care unit in Wyoming. Due to the accident, SWMRS chose to cancel the rest of their 2019 tour dates.

Today, the band account shared a photo of Becker on Instagram along with the countless get well letters and cards hanging on the wall. With the images, they also shared an update on the guitarist’s recovery.

This picture is quite literally over a thousand words. Your words.. messages and gifts have given more inspiration and healing power to Max than anyone can imagine. It’s been so incredible to see how much of an impact our music has made on all on all of you. Y’all have changed our lives in return. We are so happy to update you that Max is pushing through rehab with more strength every day and staying hydrated. Tomorrow we are so lucky to bring him home and have him continue his healing from his bed in Oakland. We really can’t describe how special all of your support has been. This Thanksgiving please hug the people around you and let them know how much you love them.

Are you excited to see SWMR’s “Too Much Coffee” live? Let us know in the comments below.

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