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Bardo Pond announce European tour dates

Bardo Pond return to Europe for a tour on the back of their most recent album Peace on Venus. They have also released a series of limited edition EPs for the past few Record Store Days with covers of Funkadelic and Pharoah Sanders’ for Rise Above it All and The Velvet Underground and Brian Eno for Looking for Another Place.
Praise for Peace on Venus

Read Soundblab's review here.
“Bardo Pond’s genius lies in the collision of contrasts.” The Sunday Times
“ranking alongside the very best of this group’s output.” The Wire
“a typically disorientating trip.” Uncut
Loosely formed in 1989 by guitar wielding art student siblings, Michael and John Gibbons, Bardo Pond became a reality in 1991 with the addition of vocalist and flautist, Isobel Sollenberger, bassist, Clint Takeda and drummer, Joe Culver (replaced in 1999 by trainee librarian, Ed Farnsworth). Bardo Pond are the flagship band of Philadelphia's Psychedelphia space-rock movement, which also included the likes of Aspera, Asteroid No. 4, the Azusa Plane, and tangentially the Lilys. They favour lengthy, deliberate sound explorations filled with all the hallmarks of modern-day space-rock: droning guitars, thick distortion, feedback, reverb, and washes of white noise.

September Tour

13 Sep: Reverence Festival, Valada, Portugal
14 Sep: Charada, Madrid, Spain
15 Sep: Freakout, Bologna, Italy
16 Sep: Cave 12, Geneva, Switzerland
17 Sep: Bad Bonn, Dudigen, Switzerland
18 Sep: Le 106, Rouen, France
19 Sep: Trix, Antwerp, Belgium
20 Sep: Incubate, The Netherlands
21 Sep: Magasin 4, Brussels, Belgium
22 Sep: Corsica Studios, London, UK

Listen to their utterly brilliant cover of Brian Eno's 'Here Come the Warm Jets' here.

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Wish they would play Leeds again, missed them last time

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