Mono / March 2009 UK Tour

By on Sunday, 22nd February 2009 at 1:12 pm
 

Mono (side)Just about the only Japanese band that I can think of that’s actually got a following here in the UK, Mono have announced a string of shows for March around the UK, ahead of the release of their forthcoming album.

Hymn to the Immortal Wind will be released on 23rd March. It features Mono’s trademark wall of noise crashing beautifully alongside the largest chamber orchestra the band has ever enlisted. The whole album is vast, incorporating strings, flutes, organ, piano, glockenspiel and tympani into their standard amazing setup.

Tickets are on sale now, priced between £9 and £12 each.

Friday 20th March 2009 – Brighton Digital
Saturday 21st March 2009 – Birmingham Hare and Hound
Sunday 22nd March 2009 – Nottingham Rescue Rooms
Monday 23rd March 2009 – Glasgow Stereo
Tuesday 24th March 2009 – Sheffield Corporation
Wednesday 25th March 2009 – Bristol The Croft
Thursday 26th March 2009 – London Scala

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