ASIWYFA release their new single, the Jape-remixed 7 Billion People All Alive At Once, on Friday and have announced a 3 date December tour, including a New Year’s Eve gig in The Roisin Dubh, Galway.

Known for their unrelenting tours that has seen them play over 300 gigs since the start of 2009, Belfast’s And So I Watch You From Afar (ASIWYFA to their fans) don’t know how to take a break. From appearances at SXSW, Eurosonic, Electric Picnic, Novarock, Canadian Music Fest, Popkomm, Pukkelpop, Sonisphere, to tour dates in Europe, North America, Russia and a support slot for rock supergroup Them Crooked Vultures, the instrumental band have been on the road playing music non-stop since the release of their fan-stirring debut self-titled album.

December Tour Dates:

  • 29th Dec: Cork – Crane Lane Theatre
  • 30th Dec: Waterford – Electric Avenue
  • 31st Dec: Galway – Roisin Dubh

ASIWYFA also have a UK tour scheduled for next month, supporting The Joy Formidable

  • 13th Oct: Birmingham, Academy 2
  • 14th Oct: London, Forum
  • 15th Oct: Manchester, Academy 2
  • 19th Oct: Glasgow, Oran Mor
  • 20th Oct: Newcastle, Riverside

The new single, ‘7 Billion People All Alive At Once’ (Jape Remix) is available from Friday, September 16th from http://www.richtercollective.com or you could stream it here right now:

 

7 Billion People All Alive at Once by Richter Collective


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