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Priests

Support: Tvesla (LU)
Sister Polygon Records (US)
Mon 5.6.17 / 20:00
punk-rock

Venue : Klub

EN Priests are Daniele Daniele (drums), Katie Alice Greer (vocals), G.L. Jaguar (guitar), and Taylor Mulitz (bass). Formed in 2011, the band has proven a valuable force for strangeness in a city that is increasingly terraformed by norms. At a time when few groups were making serious moves beyond the Beltway, Priests toured throughout North America and Europe. More significantly, they’ve helped to raise the general standard of show-going at home through cassettes and singles released on Sister Polygon, including music by bands like Sneaks, Snail Mail, Pinkwash, Cigarette, Downtown Boys, and numerous Priests-affiliated groups like Gauche and Flasher. Still, even amidst thriving hometown creativity, Priests possess a singular gravity. They are physical and combustible, urgent and visceral.

Tvesla is a noisy instrumental rockband from Luxembourg that exists since winter 2000.

They play dynamic, sometimes hectic music that lives off the tension resulting from the duelling guitar and bass combined with fast-forward drumming. It’s not always easy music to follow, but the high energy inherent to their sound makes their gigs a redeeming experience.

Due to personal issues, the band was forced to go on hiatus from 2008 – 2015. Back together in may 2015, they immediately started writing new material which they recorded in August 2016 with Markus Heinzel in Freiburg at LiquidStudio. The LP will be officially released March 18, 2017 at the Rotondes in Luxembourg. It will contain 8 songs.

Priests
Priests © Audrey Melton
Priests
Tvesla