As simple as that really. Two of the UK's most interesting new noisy bands - guaranteed shlock, tweeness, pop, gimmick and irony-free - would very much like to tour together in march or april this year. If you've a bill which would suit us, or would like to put on an show in your town, no matter where in the country you may be, please get in touch.
What The Moon Is Like
Awkward, violent and unpredictable noise punctuated with moments of calm. Influences range from post-punk, to drones and the use of noise most commonly associated with jazz and avant-rock, with a constant emphasis on trying to create interesting and originally structured songs. The aim of the band is to create music that challenges the conventions of genre and song and share it with like minded people and artists.
60% on slightly jarring noise, and 40% on the tunes. The Sailplanes are a band who live and breathe and recall what it used to mean to be an 'independent' band. Gunshot drumming, scratchy guitar, fuzz guitar, noise guitar is where it is at." Sean Tohellwith, Rashied Maps