Swervedriver, the British shoegaze band founded in 1989, released 99th Dream, their fourth album, in 1998. The band recorded it for major label DGC but was dropped after they finished the album. Instead, they found a home at independent label Zero Hour from New York despite other major labels expressing interest and handled the release through their own Sonic Wave Discs in the UK. They toured extensively on the record, so much so that they went on a hiatus after they returned home. Since then, they have reunited and remain active again. This original Swervedriver poster, with corner wear and pinholes, is from a show in support of their 1998 album 99th Dream.