Sextile announce debut European tour including UK dates and share video for ‘Ripped’

By James Davenport

Following the release of their second album ‘Albeit Living’ in July via Felte Recordings, L.A. punk/EBM band Sextile have announced plans for an extensive European tour at the start of 2018 and have also shared a new video.

The band’s first ever European tour will kick off with two weeks of dates across the UK, before heading into Europe to play throughout February. (Full list of dates below.)

They celebrate the news with a suitably anarchic video to accompany album track ‘Ripped’, directed, edited and filmed by Sextile’s own Brady Keehn.

He explains the ideas behind the footage saying: “Ripped is a youthful, yet destructive song and I wanted to convey that visually. Innocence and chaos. Kind of what we’re born into.”

 

Sextile European live dates:
January:
18 Leeds, UK @ Lending Room
19 Sheffield, UK @ Record Junkee
20 Newcastle, UK @ Think Tank?
21 Glasgow, UK @  Broadcast
23 Edinburgh, UK @ Sneaky Pete’s
24 Manchester, UK @ The Castle
25 Birmingham, UK @ Sunflower Lounge
26 London, UK @ The Shacklewell Arms
27 Brighton, UK @ The Albert
28 Margate, UK @ Tom Thumb Theatre

30 Paris, FR @ Supersonic
31 Rennes, FR @ Antipode

February:
01 Leuven, BE @ Stuk
02 Kortrijk, BE@ De Kreun
03 Den Haag, NL @ Zwarte Ruiter
04 Apeldoorn, NL @ Grasnapolsky Festival
05 Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso
06 Cologne, DE @ MTC
07 Hamburg, DE @ Molotov (Skybar)
08 Copenhagen, DK @ Loppen
09 Stockholm, SE @ Klubb Dod (Nalen)
10 Oslo, NO @ Revolver
12 Berlin, DE @ Musik & Frieden (Blue Room)
13 Prague, CZ @ Café V Lese
14 Vienna, AT @ Rhiz
15 Budapest, HU @ Durer Kert
16 Ljubljana, SI @ Kino Siska (Komuna Hall)
17 Neuchatel, CH @ Case A Chocs
19 Milan, IT @ Ligera
20 Bologna, IT @ Freakout
23 Barcelona, ES @ Sidecar
24 Madrid, ES @ Wurlitzer Ballroom
25 Porto, PT @ Hard Club
26 Lisbon, PT @ Sabotage

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