Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Flies Are Spies From Hell European Tour‏...



Full dates:
APRIL
6 : Music City, Antwerp, Belgium (w/ Atlantis, Monomyth, San Diablo)
7 : Festival De Bestuiving, dB’s, Utrecht, Netherlands
8 : Festival De Bestuiving, De Bakkerij, Castricum, Netherlands
9 : Dwaze Zaken, Amsterdam, Netherlands
10 : Hafen 2, Offenbach, Germany
11 : Subway to Peter, Chemnitz, Germany
12 : Schokoladen, Berlin, Germany (w/ Kovlo)
13 : A Studio Rubin, Prague, Czech Republic (w/ Zkouska Siren, Ravelin7)
14 : AZ Conni, Dresden, Germany (w/ The Samuel Jackson Five, Petrels)
15 : Cafe Wagner Jena, Germany
16 : Waldmeister, Solingen, Germany
21 : The Chichester Inn, Chichester UK (w/ Mohit)
22 : Roadtrip & The Workshop, London, UK (w/ Teletextile, Eschar)

Bio:
"Flies Are Spies From Hell formed in 2004 and since then have extensively toured the UK sharing stages with the likes of Russian Circles, And So I Watch You From Afar, UpCDownC, Vessels and Maybeshewill. Theirs is a boundary-challenging form of epic and uplifting piano-led post-rock - intricate moments of beauty building up to crashing nerve-shredding climaxes. Expect energy, sweat and passion from their emotionally charged and at times aggressive performances. The band recently signed to Field Records who released the follow-up EP to their 'Red Eyes Unravelling' album in Feb 2012. In April they undertake their most extensive tour yet, including dates in Belgium, Holland, Germany, Czech Republic and UK."

Press:
'Diverse and greatly appealing. 8/10.' Tastyfanzine 'Nerves Still Beating' EP review.

'A great post-rock EP of just under half an hour that is full of variety, experimentation and progress. There should be more like this.' Echoesanddust 'Nerves Still Beating' EP review.

'Like a bird gliding across choppy waters with their bellies hitting the waves as they go, the journey this EP takes you on will not be a disappointment.' Music-news.com 'Nerves Still Beating' EP review.

"A stunningly assured debut... the band's compositional elegance and ear for a genuinely affecting melody make this a hugely enjoyable listen." 8/10 Rock Sound magazine album review.

"Great piano-led instrumentals from the moment they invade to stage to the moment I catch my breath afterwards." Ejector Seat live review.

"Within two songs they pretty much win the Creation of Atmosphere competition and have the jammed venue salivating with their impending doom-style narrative." Oxfordbands.com live review.

Links:
www.facebook.com/FliesAreSpies
www.fliesarespiesfromhell.co.uk
www.field-records.com

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