Mice Parade Announces European Tour with Silje Nes and Laetitia Sadier (Stereolab)

In anticipation of their upcoming release of the album What It Means to be Left-Handed, Mice Parade have just announced a full Europe tour comprised of fifteen dates, as follows:

14 Oct – Kulturfabrik, Esch-Sur-Alzette, LU
15 Oct – Ekko, Utrecht, NL
16 Oct – Conne Island, Leipzig, DE
17 Oct – Hebbel Am Ufer 2, Berlin, DE
18 Oct – Unsound Festival, Krakow, PL
19 Oct – Rhiz, Vienna, AT (acoustic show)
20 Oct – Feierwerk, Muenchen, DE
21 Oct – Spazio211, Torino, IT
22 Oct – Init, Roma, IT
23 Oct – Lokomotiv, Bologna, IT
25 Oct – Sidecar, Barcelona, ES
26 Oct – Gazteszena, Zarautz, ES
28 Oct – Festival Soy, Nantes, FR
29 Oct – Le Grand Mix, Tourcoing, FR
30 Oct – Festival Rockomotives, Vendome, FR
31 Oct – Cafe De La Danse, Paris, FR

Showing that they are a force to be reckoned with, Mice Parade will be taking their 2 drumkits and 7 people out on the road hitting Europe with FatCat labelmate Silje Nes and Laetitia Sadier (of Stereolab), who will accompany them on all dates except the 28th and 29th of October.

Formed by the multi-tasking Adam Pierce in the late 90’s, Mice Parade was originally a solo project that saw Pierce writing each individual instrumental track as he recorded. The band now encompasses a globally-scattered handful of collaborators including Caroline Lufkin, (aka Temporary Residence’s Caroline), classical guitarist Dan Lippel and drummer Doug Scharin (of HiM, Codeine, Rex, Loftus, Enablers), playing alongside guest contributors such as Swahili vocalist Somi, Meredith Godreau – aka Gregory & The Hawk (FatCat) – and members of the Japanese bands Clammbon and Toe, among other musical allies hand-picked by Pierce.

 

4 years ago

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