Partly Faithful supporting Clan Of Xymox at Electrowerkz, London – March 1st – (Get Your Tickets HERE!)

Hi everyone,
We’re rapidly heading toward the last date on our 2014 World Tour of Reading-Bradford-London.

Partly Faithful will be supporting the fantastic Clan Of Xymox at their 30th Anniversary show at Electrowerkz in London on the 1st March with Sebastian Bartz opening the night.

This will be the last Partly Faithful show for a while as we will be taking a break from live shows to sort out our lineup and record new material, so please come down and join the fun!

We’ve still got cheap advance tickets for sale and you can either collect your ticket on the door or have them posted to you via recorded delivery.
Tickets will give you access to all the bands and also include free entry to the aftershow Slimelight club at the same venue.
The deadline for purchasing postal tickets is this Sunday (23/2/14).

Click below to order your ticket for the night:
http://www.partlyfaithful.com/Xymox.html

For more information, check out our Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/428949857234854

Last night.. and our next show!

Many thanks to Simon Eaton (MAMA Presents), The Garage and Terminal Gods for putting on such a good night last night. Also, thanks to the bands for being great to work with offstage and keeping the bar high with some great and edgy performances 🙂

Here’s a video of our final track on the night, featuring the debut of our (currently) unreleased single, ‘Black Box’, courtesy of Lubert Daz.

 

 

We’ll be playing around the UK for a while before returning to London in March 2014 for our clan of xymox support at Electrowerkz (email or Facebook message us for reduced price advance tickets).

In the meantime, you can catch us at our next show on the 7th December in Leeds with Berlin Black and Cold In Berlin. You can never get too much Berlin 😉

Official Facebook Event:
http://www.facebook.com/events/221315264699020/

Our Facebook Event Page:
http://www.facebook.com/events/384375538358428/

 

Upcoming show details

A quick run down of upcoming Partly Faithful shows for 2013, including dates in London, Leeds and Whitby… plus our own facebook event links.

27/9/13 – The Workshop, London –
http://www.facebook.com/events/634408803236990/

17/10/13 – Surya, Kings Cross, LONDON –
http://www.facebook.com/events/720232284669983/

3/11/13 – The Colisseum, WHITBY (supporting The March Violets, night opened by Luxury Stranger) –
http://www.facebook.com/events/368170169979184/

21/11/13 – Upstairs at the Garage, Highbury & Islington LONDON (supporting Terminal Gods, also with Phosphor and Desperate Journalist ) –
http://www.facebook.com/events/374836382619517/

7/12/13 – The Library, LEEDS (with Cold in Berlin and Berlin Black)
https://www.facebook.com/events/384375538358428/

Last Saturday.. and our next show!

Hope you all recovered from our show on Saturday night at Nambucca?

Have some video of our second song of the night, Hatchet.. courtesy of Lubert Daz.



VIDEO – “HATCHET”

.. and some spiffing photos from Lubert Daz.

PHOTOS HERE

After what was possibly the finest mass heckling ever and one of our more energetic shows (many thanks to both Cryogenica and Riot In Paradise for making the night work), we’re left looking forward to something a bit different.. our performance at the Carshalton Environmental Fair on the 26th August.

Please.. do come with us!

Official URL: HERE

The Facebook Event: HERE

Cold In Berlin album launch support.. the aftermath!

Well that was fun!

Many, many thanks to Cold In Berlin for asking us to open their album launch show last night.. we hope you had as much fun on the night as we had. Many thanks also due to Simon Rippin for doing such a sterling job filling in on drums for the night 🙂
More news later once the fog of war has subsided.. in the meantime here’s a few links to photos and videos taken on the night:

Photos, courtesy of Music Trespass:

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http://www.musictrespass.com/galleries/medium/gallery/partly-faithful-london-garage-upstairs

Videos of ‘Needles’ and ‘Aeroplanes’, courtesy of Facebook’s Lubert Daz (awol 1966 on YouTube):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJayBSTXu1A


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83gTPRUVLas