After some great festivals and gigs with our friend Noah Scott joining us on the bass, we have returned to the studio to work on “number two”, with some of you already hearing a preview of what’s to come.
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(Photo by Kevin Gaughan – Music in Leicester Magazine)
We had a fantastic time playing the Darker Days Festival for our second year in a row! It was a pleasure to play alongside so many talented bands. Big thanks to Angela and Andrew for hosting a great festival, to all the people who came for the festival and supported us; you were amazing and to Evyltyde for lending us Noah! We can’t wait to see what next year’s festival brings.
Next for us, this Saturday (31st) we’ll be heading to Welwyn Garden City at The Green Room where we’ll have the pleasure of playing with the incredible Eyevory who are coming over from Germany, Lifecry and King Violet. Noah will be playing with us once again before he soon heads off back on tour with Evyltyde.
We’re very pleased to announce that we shall be playing at the Darker Days Festival 2018 on Sunday 25th March!
We had a great time playing at this fantastic dark alternative festival last year, so we’re very excited to be returning this year and can’t wait to see you there!
Tickets are available now at Ticketweb.co.uk
We’re very pleased to announce that we’ll be playing alongside the incredible Eyevory, Lifecry and King Violet when we play for the first time at The Green Room in Welwyn Garden City on Saturday 31st March!
Tickets are available now on WeGotTickets.com
We’re saddened to announce that Phillipe will not be rejoining us on the bass; after not being with us at the Quinphonic Festival last October. You’ll be pleased to know that he’s doing fine back in Brazil, however that means that he cannot be with us any longer. We’ve had some incredible times with our band brother and we think he made quite an impact with everyone, so he will be missed and we wish him nothing but the best.
That does mean we will be looking for a full-time bass player to join the Orpheum family. More on that soon.