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Published on 22nd August 2015

Alec K. Redfearn And The Eyesores announce US and Europe tour dates

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Cuneiform Records reveal US and Europe tour dates for post-rock’s magical/”folk” surrealists, Alec K. Redfearn And The Eyesores, who hail from Providence, Rhode Island. European dates will take place during September and take in France, Belgium and Germany – with more dates still to be confirmed.

22/08/15: Quinn’s – 330 Main St – Beacon, NY
23/08/15: Trans Pecos – 915 Wyckoff Ave – Queens, NY
16/09/15: Les Pavillons Sauvages – Toulouse, France
17/09/15: TBA
18/09/15: Le Bol Rouge – Toulouse, France (AKR solo)
19/09/15: Albi (house show), France
20/09/15: Rock In Opposition Festival – Carmaux, France
21/09/15: Galgan, France
22/09/15: TBA
23/09/15: Dreikoenigskeller – Frankfurt, Germany
24/09/15: Centre Vincent Van Gogh – Bruxelles, Belgium
25/09/15: L’An Vert – Liege, Belgium
26/09/15: Fructose – Dunkerque, France
27/09/15: Un Peu de Piment – Moyen, France
28/09/15: TBA – Metz/Nancy, France
29/09/15: La Malterie – Lille, France
30/09/15: L’Alimentation Generale – Paris, France
24/10/15: Steelyard Iron Pour – Providence, RI

“Post-rock’s magical/”folk” surrealists, Alec K. Redfearn and the Eyesores hail from Providence, Rhode Island, the fertile home ground of horror writers H.P. Lovecraft and Edgar Alan Poe and artists of all stripes. Their music captures that city’s essence, blurring lines between past and present, fiction and fact, and transcending musical genres as easily as ghosts float through walls. Composed by Redfearn, the Eyesore’s music combines myriad influences – traditional eastern and western European folk music, pre-WWII French and German cabaret, circus music, early 20th century classical (Erik Satie), classical minimalism, maverick 20th century Americana (Tom Waits, Harry Partch, John Cage, Charles Ives), elements from visionary French iconoclasts (Pierre Bastien, Pascal Comelade, Albert Marcoeur), acid folk, noise, psychedelia, drone rock (Velvet Underground, Faust), and more – with a dark, primitive, intentionally rough-edged and gritty, folk-crafted sensibility. Redfearn’s songs, whether instrumental or darkly lyrical, are rhythmically entrancing, evocative and remarkably cinematic.

Be sure to see Alec K. Redfearn and the Eyesores on tour in the following weeks. Their live shows are legendary, and their 2015 tour of two continents is certain to entrance existing fans and captivate new audiences.”



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