Canadian psychedelic rockers A DEVIL’S DIN will be touring the UK this September in support of their latest album ‘Skylight’ released this past June via Island Dive Records to follow their 2011 debut album ‘One Day All This Will Be Yours’. The tour will kick off in London on September 10th and end with a special family reunion as A Devil’s Din’s David Lines (originally from the UK) will share the stage with his brother’s band The Electric Zoltz on September 23rd in London.
Sept 10 – TBA – London, UK
Sept 11 – The Fiddler Elbow – London, UK
Sept 12 – Nambucca – London, UK
Sept 13 – The Chambers – Folkestone, UK
Sept 14 – Pitcher & Piano – Brighton, UK
Sept 15 – Dog & Whistle – Hertford, UK
Sept 16 – Crowley’s Rock Bar – Swansea, UK
Sept 17 – Lounge 41 – Workington, UK
Sept 18 – Percy’s – Whitchurch, UK
Sept 19 – The Skerries – Bangor, UK
Sept 20 – Saturn Bar – Liverpool, UK
Sept 21 – Thirsty Scholar – Manchester, UK
Sept 22 – Mullberry Tavern – Sheffield, UK
Sept 23 – London, UK – The Birds Nest w/ support from The Electric Zoltz
Vocalist / guitarist David Lines comments on their album ‘Skylight’:
“Essentially this album is really a tribute to the psychedelic experience. I drew on my own personal involvement with certain consciousness-expanding substances to create a set of songs that would take the listener on a journey, both lyrically and musically. Within these 9 songs there exists a certain contrast between the hallucinatory and the heavy. Obviously we also owe a lot of this album’s influence to another era, not just by sound and texture, but by the spirit of adventure, daring and experimentation that was prevalent then and bring all of that to the world today, right now.”
Bassist Tom G. Stout also adds “Even though we are inspired by LSD trips, we still like to hit hard, and enjoy getting a little aggressive. You have to balance out the light with the darkness, because otherwise you’re not being real.”
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