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Blackpool anyone? I am MASSIVELY excited - fact
but im going to both london gigs, and am also MASSIVELY excited
...4th November... Very much looking forward to it. For me personally, it will be the first gig I've ever been to where I almost certainly understand a single word of what's being song.
Won't stop it being ace though I expect...
...Birmingham, 4th November... Very much looking forward to it. For me personally, it will be the first gig I've ever been to where I almost certainly understand a single word of what's being song.
Sorry about that! I tried to post a few times but it kept freezing on me. Now I appear to have posted the same damn thing three times. My apologies.
that is all.
Slightly anxious how they're going to pull off certain tracks without the strings and brass, but I've got faith they won't let me down. Their Latitude performance was godly.
I just can't see how they will fill the massive/vacuous Alexandra Palace as a 4 piece. Also, with 400% fewer musicians, or whatever, I'd expect tickets to have been a bit cheaper...
Having said that, I am very excited and hope they surprise me with an amazing show.
they wont have those lovely dainty looking women playing percussion for them??????????????? whats this about!!!!!!!!! where did you get this from?!
One from Pitchfork, I think. Apparently, one of the ladies is heavily pregnant so can't tour. The band then decided to try it alone. Or something like that.
I really wonder how they will pull this off? I mean if anyone can it is them, it is just they extra percussion is immense live.
Kjartan and one of the violinists from Amiina are having a baby curtailing their ability to tour, so they've decided to go back to their roots. They've just toured the US as a four-piece which seems to have gone well from reviews I've read; seems they're adding a few more songs from the older albums into the setlists too.
Kjartan's still in the band