We’ve got an amazing new video out at the moment for our latest single ‘Tonight (May Be The Night We Die)’. The live session video was recorded at Silk Mill Recording studios. You can watch it on Youtube or via the embed link below. Please share it. The single is up on all the usual streaming services.
We’re sad to see the end of the Saint Ishmael tour - it’s been a blast that’s only gotten better from show to show. As a band we’ve changed during the three months we’ve been on and off the road, literally in terms of members coming and going, but also in terms of our music and playing style. It’s been great and we can’t wait to do it all again later in the year.
To wrap the tour up in style we’ll be finishing with a gig at The Glebe in Stoke for the well known Choose Days at The Glebe gig series. We’ve got support from Nick Sharratt at 21:00 and then we’ll go on about a half hour after that. It’s free so you have NO excuse to get down there, ready to celebrate with us.
There’s a Facebook event with gig details.
See you there.
York is a very special place for a lot of the band. We’ve got really close friends there and it’s where TASKRZ (a sizeable portion of DCMI) cut their gigging teeth years ago.
With all that in mind we’re pumped that our tour is taking us to the Spark CIC in York on Saturday 30 March. We don’t have a support confirmed yet, but will do soon.
If you’re interested in coming along please buy a ticket via our web store.
See you there,
We're super excited to announce that our next single will be 'Blood Is Thicker', which will be released digitally on June 22. You'll be able to get it from all the usual streaming services, as well as the DROMA Records store.
On the same day we'll be playing at the Local Live Showcase in Biddulph. There are still tickets available so make sure you buy some if you're free. It'll be a great night, streamed live on Facebook by the delightfully plump Fat Pigeon Live.
The band were an emotional wreck on Friday. We had members stranded on the mean streets of Kings Heath, others carrying all their gear on the train and a saviour in the very likely shape of Adrian Tasker who battled the elements to get two of the band to Congelton Unplugged. Our gig for the festival was great, a tight blast through two 45 minute sets of our acoustic tunes.
Stressful start aside this weekend was a high point for the band. Throughout Saturday we wrote and demo'd new material - including the blistering 'Blood is Thicker', which will be released as single in the coming months. In the evening we played a packed show at the Market Vaults, with support from the king of Stoke-on-Trent Merrym'n.
Saturday's gig was amazing and we're really thankful for all those who braved the rubbish weather to come and listen to us. We hope you enjoyed it?
Come down to either of these if you can.