Tuesday, 13 April 2010

One Day Left...

...of the mighty tour known as Le Boeuf Douche Tour with our lovely lux friends in Mutiny On The Bounty.

We played Royal Park Cellars last night for Dirty Otter, joined by a third band Lost From Atlas, who were bloody spanking good! MOTB were on top form, smiling and dancing their way through a rompus of a set.

We're playing The Purple Turtle in Camden tonight, which is sadly the last date of the tour. We'll be glad for some sleep however, we must have invested a small fortune into Costa coffees over the last week or so. The Hazelnut Latte is a winner, but we are spending FAR too much money on them now!!!

Monday, 12 April 2010

motb tour continues

So the tour hads been quite a struggle for Mutiny On The Bounty, with a new guitarist and temporary bassist being trained up to get tour ready. The shit hit the fan and fired poo all over the place the other day though when new recruit Steve left the band unexpectedly mid-tour. Luckily the Lux chaps have a very handy and talented merch guy in the form of Claude, who has stepped in on guitar and done a grand job too.

We played a rather poorly attended show in Newcastle on Friday, but had a great night afterwards drinking as many beers as we possibly could with new found friend Aaron from opening support Knuckle Dragger, cheers dude x

Manchester on Sunday was top notch, especially with the Shisha bar attached to the venue, we enjoyed a fine selection of smokes before playing! Mutiny powered through even though Sacha was real ill, man those guys can overcome any boundary!!

There's only Leeds and London left with the lovely motb crew :(

Tuesday, 6 April 2010

Le Boeuf Douche

We're all achey and tired after only two days on the road with Mutiny On The Bounty - what a surprise!! It's been awesome so far.

We were happy to share the bill with Mutiny, Pneu and Shield Your Eyes (along with a lovcal band who I can't remember the name of sorry). It was a corker of a night. We were a bit lame but it was daylight when we went on!! Big up to Mazz for putting on such a great line up and letting a fat load of us stuff at his after too.

Another corker! We were joined by Young Wolves and Solomon Grundy, who were both very good. We took third slot and had a cheeky addition to the line up in the form of Pete Reisner who id this drum cover of Trampled By A Horse. So yeah we dragged him on to play Trampled with us - what legend!
Massive thanks to everyone involved in last nights show, it was great.

Unfortunately we aren't doing Glasgow, Brighton or Southampton but will be back with the lovely Luxembourg lot on Friday in Newcastle.