Konzert / Rock & Instrumental And So I Watch You From Afar

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© Ciara McMullan

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Irish quartet And So I Watch You From Afar were born from freezing cold winters on the northern most tip of Ireland. In 2006 they jumped in the van and have slowly built a cult following around the world ever since.

They play raw, charging, experimental music that is hard to define. Sometimes angular and noisy, sometimes pulsing, euphoric, overwhelming. The joy, the power, the escapism found in their live shows is fabled. For their return to touring, expect the band to do what they do best: the true spirit of independence, the definition of DIY, Arte Povera, of realness and resolve.

For fans of:

65daysofstatic, Mutiny on the Bounty

And So I Watch You From Afar A Slow Unfolding Of

A Burial at Sea is described as the outsiders of outsiders in experimental post-rock – read this as a positive statement! The intense sound of brass does its part, to be sure. Their music spans over math-metal, tranquil ambience, and jazzy afrobeat and unexpected musical combinations of many sorts.

A Burial At Sea — Nice From Afar, Far From Nice