Amber Arcades share new track ‘Wouldn’t Even Know’ ft. Bill Ryder-Jones

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Next month Amber Arcades release the new EP titled ‘Cannonball.’ The EP follows last years ‘Fading Lines’ and features the track ‘It Changes’ and the re-working of the classic Nick Drake track ‘Which Will.’

Now, Amber Arcades release a new single ‘Wouldn’t Even Know’ featuring special guest vocals from Bill Ryder-Jones, DIY Magazine have the premiere:

With a short string of dates in the Netherlands about to kick off though, she’s treated us to another doozy from the collection and this time, she’s brought along a special guest. For ‘Wouldn’t Even Know’, she’s enlisted the help of Bill Ryder-Jones, who provides additional vocals on the new track.

Annelotte said of the track in a statement: “This may be the song I’m most proud of so far… It’s been a long time in the making, starting out with the chorus which I initially thought was gonna be for a funky kind of jam. Then after a long time fermenting in my brain I pieced it together with this slow Yo La Tengo kinda verse that’d been popping up in my thoughts”.

She continued: “The result is this tune which makes me feel melancholic but uplifted at the same time. Also super into Bill’s vocals on it. His dark broody voice really ties it all together”.

Bill added the following: “I was already a fan of Amber Arcades when I was asked to put a vocal on this. I’m quite jealous of Annelotte’s ability to find the right words to fit her melodies, it’s a rare thing these days. The song is beautiful”.

LISTEN TO WOULDN’T EVEN KNOW HERE:

LISTEN TOWHICH WILLHERE.
LISTEN TOIT CHANGESHERE.
LISTEN TOCAN’T SAY THAT WE TRIEDHERE.

Out on June 2nd, 2017 and released on vinyl as well as digitally. The Heavenly emporium will have exclusive signed vinyl.

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Amber Arcades have live shows in the Netherlands this month as well as a handful of European festival appearances this summer. Check out the dates here.

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Andrew Weatherall remixes Mark Lanegan’s latest single ‘Beehive.’

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Mark Lanegan Band’s latest album ‘Gargoyle’, his tenth was released to wide critical acclaim and entered the UK chart at Number 22 on Friday.

To celebrate, here is a remix from Andrew Weatherall of the latest single ‘Beehive’:

Weatherall say’s of the remix, “I’ll be honest, when executing a remix usually the first thing to go is the vocal track. There are however exceptions. Mr Lanegan singing ‘lightning coming out of the speakers’ (or let’s face it Mr Lanegan singing full stop) is one of those exceptions.”

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Critical acclaime for ‘Gargoyle’:

“Bringing diverse soundscapes and lyrical moods into a hugely enjoyable whole, Lanegan ascends to goth-synth perfection… A triumph.” MOJO – ★★★★★

“A bravura statement from an artist still sounding fresh three decades into his career.” The Observer – ★★★★★

“Think Depeche Mode at their darkest and pitch-shift Dave Gahan’s voice down an octave, and you’re close to the appeal of Gargoyle, Lanegan’s darkly compelling new album.”
Uncut – 8/10

“Glorious… Lanegan is in the form of his career.” The Guardian – ★★★★

“Gargoyle takes the electronic bedrock of its predecessor and kicks it up a notch.” Q – ★★★★

“Lanegan is on fine form here… Gargoyle continues the electronica sound of past albums, but this time the songs seem more expansive and – whisper it quietly – upbeat.” The Sunday Times

“An album of multifarious treasures… Lanegan sounds rejuvenated.” Record Collector ★★★★

“Cinematic musical backdrops frame Lanegan’s voice in a noir landscape… Arguably Lanegan’s most accomplished album yet.” Louder Than War – 9/10

“Gargoyle picks up on the electro–noir of its predecessors… Lanegan is on daring and seductive form throughout.”
Classic Rock – 8/10

“Gargoyle has an early 80s UK electronic rock feel, with Lanegan’s rough vocal rasp sawing through musical timbres reminiscent of what was being played out at Manchester’s Factory.” The WIRE

“Another excellent album… While the imagery remains predominantly dark, there are glints of optimism and lightness of spirit peeking through some songs.” The I Paper – ★★★★

“Lanegan’s solo career has been consistently engaging, showcasing the artistic freedom of a man following his instincts.” Total Guitar – ★★★★

“A menacing Krautrock air pervades, with Nocturne a wonderful fog of driven reverb–heavy guitars, propulsive bass and Lanegan’s weathered vocals.” Long Live Vinyl – ★★★★

“A menacing Krautrock air pervades, with Nocturne a wonderful fog of reverby guitars, propellant bass and Lanegan’s weathered vocals.” Guitar & Bass – 9/10

“A tireless and sturdy body of work, alternating between chilling folk and glowering electro–rock.” Mail On Sunday

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Mark Lanegan Band are back playing shows in Europe early this summer. Duke Garwood will support Lanegan at these shows:

Jun 19 Library, Birmingham
Jun 20 Garage, Glasgow
Jun 21 Ritz, Manchester
Jun 22 Koko, London
Jun 25 Live Music Hall, Cologne
Jun 26 Gruenspan Hamburg, Germany
Jun 27 Gibson, Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
Jun 28 Zeche, Bochum, Germany
Jul 01 Effenaar, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Jul 02 Main Square Festival Arras, France
Jul 04 WIZEMANN, Stuttgart, Germany
Jul 05 Rockhouse Salzburg, Austria
Jul 06 A38, Budapest, Hungary

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Enter Bugged Out’s Little Bugger — The Social’s newest weekly club night

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We are happy to announce that The Social is home to a brand new weekly club night. Fans of our long-running mutant techno night Bugged Out! will really be able to let their hair down and party at Bugged Out’s Little Bugger.

Noted for their roaming festival dance stages, and for changing the face of pub raves forever, Bugged Out’s Little Bugger has found a regular haunt at Central London’s famed institution The Social.

Their New Years Day parties have become the stuff of legend and they’ve taken this pop spirit to festivals mixing classic Bugged Out tunes with house party pop and R&B. This is what Little Bugger is all about – join us after work to start the weekend early.

Helping Little Bugger will be residents Lemmy Ashton and Johnno, with special guests making unannounced appearances in the award-winning London landmark.

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And as if this wasn’t enough, the first 200 people to arrive will receive a Little Buggers membership card! It will entitle the holder to free entry to Bugged Out’s Little Bugger at The Social every week! It also gives the holder 2–4-1 on beers and cocktails at the bar!

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Every Thursday from May 11!

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Jono Ma has remixed Confidence Man’s single ‘Bubblegum.’ Tune in and get down.

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We’re really excited that Confidence Man are making their way to the UK this month for a run of shows and festival appearances. It will be the bands UK live debut and we can’t wait.

To co-inside with the band landing here, Jono Ma has remixed the bands current single ‘Bubblegum.’ NME Magazine have the premiere:

He’s “one of our favourite Aussie producers”, says Janet Planet – she calls it “a sweet treat for your ears and feet”.

Jono, meanwhile, has this to say about his remix: “The original has all the peaks and troughs of a late ’90s breaks banger à la Fat Boy Slim… I felt it was my duty to focus in on the more subtle body-rubbing elements of the track. Namely: the bongos, the bassline and all those bubble pops. Annoyingly, I was late submitting the remix, it took me weeks to realise the track still needed more cowbell!! I’m an eeeediot!”

LISTEN TO THE REMIX HERE
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Last month we dropped the Andrew Weatherall remix of ‘Bubblegum’ which is available to download here.

The high energy band have been making waves in their native country for their spritely live shows. If you don’t believe us check out the live video of the band performing at Australian festival, Golden Plains here.

This month Confidence Man will play Brighton Great Escape, Dot to Dot, PIAS Nites and a handful of headline shows. Confidence Man dates:

17/05 London, PIAS Nites @ Corsica Studios
18/05 Brighton, Komedia Aussie BBQ, The Great Escape (12.10pm)
18/05 Brighton, Track & Field at Castle St. Gym, The Great Escape (7.15pm)
18/05 Brighton, Sticky Mike’s The Great Escape (11.30pm)
21/05 London, Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen Aussie BBQ
24/05 London, The Social
25/05 London, Sebright Arms
26/05 Manchester, Dot to Dot Festival
27/05 Bristol, Dot to Dot Festival
28/05 Nottingham, Dot to Dot Festival

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New Video Alert | Amber Arcades | ‘Can’t Say That We Tried’

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Amber Arcades have released their new video for ‘Can’t Say That We Tried.’ Gold Flake Paint have the premiere:

As introductions go, Annelotte De Graaf’s welcoming of her new video for “Can’t Say That We Tried” is a suitably thorough effort for a song that is indeed both sad and beautiful. Lifted from Amber Arcades’ new Cannonball EP, which is released at the start of June via Heavenly, the track’s four minutes offer a weighty, burned-out four-minutes, the rough stabs of guitar juxtaposed by De Graaf’s swooning voice which is perhaps as compelling here as it’s ever been.

The glowing, simmering power of the song taking on new shapes and forms in the murky world of the fish tank.”

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE.

Can’t Say That We Tried’ features on the up and coming ‘Cannonball’ EP to be released on June 2nd. The EP features the BBC 6 Music A-list single ‘It Changes’ and Amber Arcades re-working of Nick Drake’s classic song ‘Which Will.’

LISTEN TOWHICH WILLHERE.
LISTEN TOIT CHANGESHERE.

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Amber Arcades will be back in the UK for our Heavenly Recordings stage at this years Sea Change Festival. Taking place on the August bank holiday weekend (25th/26th) we also have Temples. H.Hawkline & The Orielles playing the festival in Totnes.

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New Video Alert | Mark Lanegan Band | ‘Beehive’

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Mark Lanegan has a new video for the current single ‘Beehive’ taken from the up and coming album ‘Gargoyle.’ Dangerous Minds have the premiere:

“Beehive” is represented by a new video, a sad and charming little vampire love story by Zhang and Knight. The song features guitar contributions from Afghan Whigs’ Greg Dulli, and it’s Dangerous Minds’ privilege to premiere the video for you today.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:

Mark Lanegan Bands new album ‘Gargoyle’ is out on April 28th and has reached wide critical acclaim:

“Bringing diverse soundscapes and lyrical moods into a hugely enjoyable whole, Lanegan ascends to goth-synth perfection… A triumph.” MOJO – ★★★

“Think Depeche Mode at their darkest and pitch-shift Dave Gahan’s voice down an octave, and you’re close to the appeal of Gargoyle, Lanegan’s darkly compelling new album.”
Uncut – 8/10 ★★★★

“Gargoyle takes the electronic bedrock of its predecessor and kicks it up a notch.” Q Magazine – ★★★★

“Cinematic musical backdrops frame Lanegan’s voice in a noir landscape that enhances his lyrical ruminations, expanding on the experimentation of Blues Funeral and Phantom Radio to produce arguably Lanegan’s most accomplished album yes.” Louder Than War – 9/10 ★★★★

“A menacing Krautrock air pervades, with Nocturne a wonderful fog of reverby guitars, propellant bass and Lanegan’s weathered vocals.” Guitar & Bass – 9/10 ★★★★

“Gargoyle has an early 80s UK electronic rock feel, with Lanegan’s rough vocal rasp sawing through musical timbres reminiscent of what was being played out at Manchester’s Factory.” The WIRE

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Mark Lanegan Band are back playing shows in Europe early this summer. Duke Garwood will support Lanegan at these shows:

Jun 19 Library, Birmingham
Jun 20 Garage, Glasgow
Jun 21 Ritz, Manchester
Jun 22 Koko, London
Jun 25 Live Music Hall, Cologne
Jun 26 Gruenspan Hamburg, Germany
Jun 27 Gibson, Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
Jun 28 Zeche, Bochum, Germany
Jul 01 Effenaar, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Jul 02 Main Square Festival Arras, France
Jul 04 WIZEMANN, Stuttgart, Germany
Jul 05 Rockhouse Salzburg, Austria
Jul 06 A38, Budapest, Hungary

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New Video Alert | The Orielles | Sugar Tastes Like Salt

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The Orielles have a new video for their current single ‘Sugar Tastes Like Salt.’ Filmed and edited by Josh Bentley, Cool Hunting had the premiere:

Less than a month ago, Halifax, UK trio The Orielles released an epic, dizzying eight minutes of twisting rock music known as “Sugar Tastes Like Salt.” It was the band’s first single since signing with Heavenly Recordings, and to call the song ambitious is an understatement. It’s a joyride invoking various decades worth of rock genres that delivers refreshing force. When vocals strike one minute in, the guitar, bass and drums have already captured listeners wholeheartedly. Today, The Orielles—composed of sisters Sidonie B and Esmé Dee Hand-Halford and their friend Henry Carlyle Wade—have dropped a music video for the song that’s more or less a short film satirizing late-night TV. Only it devolves into several nightmarish and outlandish scenarios—and ultimately, a tour de force surrealist staging of the song.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:

Lead vocalist Esme Dee Hand-Halford talks about the concept for the video:

“We came up with this idea, that all of our visuals should kind of exist within the same universe,” Esme explains, “Therefore certain segments of the video give away hints about other Orielles stuff, kind of like a subliminal interaction between us and the viewers through the medium of the video. Making the full story came fairly easy once we had all agreed on the general concept.” Cinematic influences then took hold. “We aimed to mix the weirdness of David Lynch with the outrageous and aesthetic elements of violence and gore within Tarantino’s films—as well as making a bit of a commentary on society through the absurdist nature of some sections, in the style of Roy Andersson,” she says. There are plenty of costume changes and scenes within scenes, hedonism meets a staunch social critique, and all the while, the track eviscerates listeners with jagged instrumentalism and dark dance beats.

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“An eight-minute banger with the kind of experimental ambition that should prick up even the most discerning of ears.”
DIY Magazine

“It’s the sassiest, darkest and dare we say, best thing they’ve ever released, honing in on their alliance with Manchester and it’s rich, musical history, by giving way to Happy Monday’s dancier, Hacienda-indebted guitar style and A Certain Ratio’s deadpan groove.”
–So Young Magazine

“An 8-minute Gang of Four-style lick driven by an old disco beat which turns into something all together more feral.”
- Loud & Quiet

“Clocking in at eight-minutes long it’s a seriously impressive blast of expansive, swooning psychedelic pop that jerks between lysergic garage-rock tendencies and frenzied disco beats driven by Can-esque percussion, scuzzy guitars and sublime vocals.”
- Gigwise

The Orielles are currently on their UK tour, they play the following shows:

12th Oxford, The Cellar
13th Reading, Purple Turtle
14th Brighton, The Hope & Ruin
15th Southampton, The Joiners
16th Cardiff, Wales Goes Pop: Weekender
19th Leicester, The Cookie
20th Birmingham, Victoria
21st Hebden Bridge, Trades Club
22nd Stoke, The Sugarmil
26th Sheffield, Bungalows & Bears
28th Nottingham, The Chameleon
29th Leeds, Live At Leeds
30th Liverpool, Festevol
30th Manchester, SFTOC

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King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard announce their new album ‘Murder Of The Universe.’

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King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard have announced their new album ‘Murder Of The Universe’ for release on June 23rd. The album follows the release of ‘Flying Microtonal Banana’ which came out in February this year.

“The album was recorded at Flightless HQ in East Brunswick, Melbourne Australia in early 2017 and produced by the band’s Stu Mackenzie.

The band have also unveiled an epic 13-minute film to Chapter 3: Han-Tyumi And The Murder Of The Universe directed by long time collaborator Jason Galea.

Lit by thunderclaps and lightning, Murder Of The Universe inhabits a sonic landscape of death, decay, ossification, fossilisation, rebirth. It is a place occupied by wandering shape-shifting beasts, bleeding skies, pools of blood, great fires and mushroom clouds; a planet rent asunder by conflict.

A disorientating experience, the album hinges on three distinct sections that rise from larval beds, and whose lyrics should be carved in stone, squeezed from moss, discovered in ancient runes. And all the while a passing cast of characters imbue the tale with both human and non-human emotions.”

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:

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King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard are back in Europe for a run of shows & festival appearances early this summer:

05/05 — 08/06 Sound Isidro 2017, Madrid, Spain

31/05 — 04/06 Primavera Sound Festival 2017, Parc del Fòrum, Barcelona, Spain

03/06 — Field Day Victoria Park, London, UK

05/06 — 08/06 Beaches Brew 2017, Hana-Bi, Marina di Ravenna, Italy

08/06 — 10/06 NOS Primavera Sound 2017, Parque da Cidade, Porto, Portugal

09/06 — 11/06 — This Is Not A Love Song 2017, Paloma, Nîmes, France

13/06 — Concorde 2, Brighton, UK

14/06 — Albert Hall, Manchester, UK

15/06O2 Forum Kentish Town, London, UK

16/06 — 18/06 Best Kept Secret Festival 2017

17/06 — Maifeld Derby 2017, Maimarkt-Gelände, Mannheim, Germany

22/06 — Cabaret Sauvage, Paris, France

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H.Hawkline releases a new single ‘Engineers’ ahead of the new album ‘I Romanticize.’

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In June H.Hawkline releases his new album ‘I Romanticize’ and here you can hear the single ‘Engineers’ as premiered on The Line of Best Fit:

Speaking about the new track, Hawkline (aka Huw Evans) says: “Cyndi Lauper was playing on the radio, everything was in our out, I heard a journalist read a Martina Navratilova quote as the song ended: ‘The difference between involvement and commitment is like ham and eggs. The chicken is involved; the pig is committed.’ I wrote it all down in a pad, we’re all chickens, the pigs are having at it and everyone’s fallen out of love.”

With fluttering guitars and chiming vocals, “Engineers” is a pristine piece of psych that tugs at your hips and seeps into your brain. It’s gorgeously jangly and pockmarked with Hawkline’s signature quirks — it’s another enticing piece of his next chapter.

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The new album ‘I Romanticize’ is out on June 2nd and you can also hear two tracks from the album, ‘My Mine’ and ‘The Last Thing On Your Mind’.

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Read about the recording process of ‘I Romanticize’ here.

H Hawkline has been supporting Devendra Banhart in the US and will do so in the UK this coming June & July. He will also appear at festivals this summer:

The full list of dates is as follows:

JUNE
20th Berlin, Columbiahalle *
22nd Copenhagen, Vega Main Hall *
24th Milan, Auditorium di Milano *
26th Brussels, Botanique Orangerie *
30th Vilanova I la Geltru, Vida Festival

JULY
2nd Madrid, Noches del Botanico
5th Sete, Worldwide Festival
7th Belfort, Les Eurockeennes
9th Brescia, Anfiteatro del Vittoriale
10th Cesena, Rocca Malatestiana
11th Rome, Ostia Antica
13th Pori, Pori Jazz Festival
15th Vienna, WUK *
16th Munich, Muffathalle *
18th London, Hackney Empire *
19th Paris, Bataclan *
21st Topcliffe, Deer Shed Festival
27th St Germans, Port Eliot Festival

AUGUST
26th Totnes, Sea Change Festival
31st – Sept 3rd Larmer Tree Gardens, End of the Road Festival

* with Devendra Banhart

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Amber Arcades release new track ‘Can’t Say That We Tried’ from the new EP.

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Amber Arcades have released a new track, ‘Can’t Say That We Tried’ from the forthcoming ‘Cannonball’ EP to be released on Friday June 2nd. DIY Magazine are premiering the track:

“The track is a slow burner, but one which becomes all the more grand and affecting at its finale as a result. Nestling nicely into the middle of the new EP, it’s another example of De Graaf’s piercing vocals, which are allowed to shine on top of some of the most minimal instrumentation she’s provided yet.

Talking of the track, De Graaf says:

I feel like a lot of times when I am attracted to a certain person or situation, it is not so much the person or situation itself but more my idea of what they represent, and this idea does not necessarily represent reality in any way.

Getting to know people is scary because it necessarily requires you to bury your idealised version of a person and thereby burry a little piece of yourself or your childlike dreams maybe. But then again if you run away the moment someone doesn’t seem to nicely conform to your idealised vision you can’t really say you’ve tried or given anything a fair shot.”

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“The bleary organ and guitar ballad “Can’t Say That We Tried” is one of the sparsest tracks in De Graaf’s arsenal, though it eventually builds to a glorious climax without ever adding drums — think Spiritualized x EMA.” Stereogum

“It’s one of the most captivting slices of dream pop we’ve ever heard.” Gigwise

Can’t Say That We Tried’ is the third track to be released from the up and coming ‘Cannonball’ EP which is to be released on June 2nd.

LISTEN TOWHICH WILLHERE.
LISTEN TOIT CHANGESHERE.

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Amber Arcades have been on tour in the UK supporting Grandaddy at their sold out shows. The band then head to Europe for a run of shows & the UK for a number of festival appearances:

05-Apr-17 Brussels, Ancienne Belgique (Grandaddy Support)
08-Apr-17 Genk, Little Waves Festival
09-Apr-17 Lille, L’Aeronef (Grandaddy Support)
13-Apr-17 Groningen, VERA
14-Apr-17 Zwolle, Hedon
15-Apr-17 Nijmegen, Doornroosje
20-Apr-17 Amsterdam, Paradiso
21-Apr-17 The Hague, Paard Van Troje
22-Apr-17 Utrecht, Tivoli Vredenburg
28-Apr-17 London, The Finsbury — Popular Culture
29-Apr-17 Leeds, Live at Leeds
30-Apr-17 Manchester, Sounds From The Other City
30-Apr-17 Liverpool, FestEvol Gardens 2017
04-May-17 Bologna, Covo Club
05-May-17 Firenze, Glue
06-May-17 Pordenone, Astro Club
07-May-17 Milan, Magnolia
20-May-17 Amsterdam, EYE Filmmuseum
26-Aug-17 Totnes, Totnes Civic Hall — Sea Change 2017
16-Sep-17 Blackburn, Holy Trinity Church — Confessional 17

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