The Destroyers - live performance schedule 2017.
Monday, March 20, 2017
The Destroyers write;
Brand New Music Video!!!
Licence to Sing
The product of many hours of toiling and many minutes of buffoonery, we’re proud to present our latest music video, made by talented artist/musician and now animator/filmmaker, Abi Budgen!
Featuring hand-drawn animation mixed with live & behind-the-scenes footage of typical Destroyers mania. We’re well pleased to unveil this new creation and hope you’ll enjoy this taster for the forthcoming album, The Massive Gong.
To view please visit http://www.thedestroyers.co.uk
After having spent Christmas away at the Glee Club, we’re long overdue a visit to our spiritual home at The Prince of Wales in Moseley. Our gracious hosts Keith & Diane will be letting us loose in the back garden with enough noise making equipment to wake up bunnies and crack eggs over a 20 mile radius!
Tickets are available HERE, http://destroyersgoodies.bigcartel.com/product/easter-exuberance
doors at 8pm with support for Jono and the Uke Dealers
(Facebook Event Page) https://www.facebook.com/events/1763230630660443/
Album Due Date
We’ll soon be back in the studio, but this time for mixing and mastering our new album The Massive Gong… due to be released in September. It’s been a while since the last full length album but promise it will be worth the wait. Launch party will be at the Mac Arena, Birmingham.
2017 Live Dates.
Listed below is the current path of destruction!
An up-to-date list is ever-present at thedestroyers.co.uk
Fri 24 Mar Valley Fest Spring Fling • The Exchange • Bristol
Thu 13 Apr Easter Exuberance • Prince of Wales • Moseley, Birmingham
Sat 17 Jun Brum Fest • Birmingham
Sun 18 Jun Brum Fest • Birmingham
Fri 23 Jun British Library • London details coming soon…
Sat 22 Jul Underneath The Stars Festival • South Yorkshire
Sun 6 Aug ValleyFest • Somerset
Fri 25 Aug Small World Summer Festival • Kent
Sat 9 Sep Album Launch Spectacular! • Mac Arena • Birmingham
Fri 15 Sep Bossaphonic • Oxford
Sat 28 Oct Hare and Hounds • Kings Heath, Birmingham
JAZZ MANN FEATURES
It's good to see a “cutting edge” festival returning to Birmingham again, especially one that is so supportive of young, up and coming musicians.
Guest contributor Trevor Bannister on a "a fascinating day spent at a church near Shepperton, where producer Andy Cleyndert was recording Scott Willcox's ten-piece big band for his Trio label".