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SWMRS launch fan Q&A ahead of “Too Much Coffee” live video premiere
SWMRS launch fan Q&A ahead of “Too Much Coffee” live video premiere
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 t...
SWMRS give update on Max Becker’s recovery two weeks after accident
SWMRS give update on Max Becker’s recovery two weeks after accident
SWMRS have provided an update on guitarist/ vocalist Max Becker following a horrible van accident on the way to a show in Denver. A little over two weeks ago, SWMRS took to Instagram to reveal the accident Becker and two touring crew members, Natalie Somekh and Josh Berl, were involved in due to an encounter with a patch of black ice...
SWMRS share guitarist Max Becker recovery update, address for fan mail
SWMRS share guitarist Max Becker recovery update, address for fan mail
SWMRS have been updating fans following a van accident that sent guitarist/vocalist Max Becker and crew members Natalie Somekh and Josh Berl to the hospital, and things are looking good. The band offered an update saying Somekh is at home with her family and Berl's arm surgery went perfectly while Becker is being transferred to a rehab clinic for the remainder of the year...
SWMRS share update on guitarist Max Becker, crew after van accident
SWMRS share update on guitarist Max Becker, crew after van accident
SWMRS have provided an update following a van accident that put guitarist/vocalist Max Becker and crew in the ICU. Yesterday, we learned that Becker was in the intensive care unit following an encounter with black ice in Denver. Two touring crew members, Natalie Somekh and Josh Berl, were also injured in the van accident and were receiving treatment as well...
SWMRS know everything’s on fire, and they’re here to ease the flame
SWMRS know everything’s on fire, and they’re here to ease the flame
It’s 10:30 a.m. on a Thursday morning, Cole Becker has just woken up next to his brother and SWMRS bandmate Max at their sister’s New York apartment and he is on one. “We breed this violence, and it’s so American, and it’s super-fucked,” the frontman begins, leaning into a screed that’s half dispassionate analysis and half simmering rage as it careens through white male anger, gun control, the sor