We’re winding down the live activity for the rest of this year to concentrate on some new recording projects. We somehow managed to fit in two UK tours this year without any serious injury and we hope to travel even further to spread our noises in 2017.
We are incredibly pleased to anounce that we are returning to The Wagon & Horses in Birmingham on Saturday 19th November.
We’ll be sharing a stage with local legends The Courtesy Group (Al Hutchins’ awesome band of rambling non-sequitur noizemeisters) and RobinPlaysChords (Mesmerizing textural songs from Robin Jax) from Coventry.
More info at the Facebook event page. And here is a map.
This sacred celebration of JOY begins at 8pm and continues until midnight. £5 suggested donation.
We are very pleased to announce that we have some more live shows on the horizon. This August we shall be bending and manipulating the songs from Lucky Beast further into multi-dimensional space for your aural pleasure.
We’re currently on our way back to London after an excellent show in Newcastle. The previous day was spent at Sound Inc Studios in Gateshead recording some new improvised music for another subscriber-exclusive record – more news on this very soon.
Tomorrow night (Monday 28th March) we’ll be performing for your pleasure at Vinyl Cafe, Deptford. Things begin around 7.45pm. We’ll have copies of the new album ‘Lucky Beast’ available. Here’s a map. See you there!
The first of many live shows coming up will take place at the FUEL Rock Club, Cardiff on Thursday 24th March.
We’ll be performing our new album ‘Lucky Beast’ in its entirety, expanding and manipulating the songs into viscous, world-eating entities. Purely for the good of the public spirit. There will also be advanced copies of the limited edition gatefold CD available on the night.
This short tour will also see us visiting Newcastle for the first time and will culminate in a special intimate show at the Vinyl Cafe in London. Be sure to keep an eye on our tour dates for more info. We look forward to seeing and embracing your very selves at these performances. Love and rage.