John Dwyer and his band will play 11 shows across Europe this summer, dates and ticket links below :
OH SEES Tour 2019 PART TWO is over and that was a real success !
Most of Oh Sees shows has been sold out and we understand why. With 22 studio albums (if I remember well), the band cruise between hits and exclusive tracks from new album Face Stabber. The two drummers are more synchronized than ever, John Dwyer, the frontman, operates as an orchestra director and the new member Thomas Dolan on keys make the all thing smoother. The kind of tour we won’t forget, for sure !
Tim Presley, aka White Fence, will be touring in Europe to promote his new album « I Have to Feed Larry’s Hawk ». Only few concert dates announced in France, be keen !
After « Joy » w/ Ty Segall and « Hippo Lite » w/ DRINKS, White Fence is going to release this one on its own. Out on Drag City on 25th January, this 7th solo album is described as « more melancholic and experimental » than the previous ones.
Listen « Lorelei », first single launched online.
05/10/2017 – FR – Pau – Hédas
10/10/2017 – FR – Rennes – TBA
11/10/2017 – FR – Brest – Le P’tit Minou
13/10/2017 – FR – Tours – Bar à Mines
14/10/2017 – FR – Nantes – Madame Rêve
Their new album, Live in San Francisco, is out on Castle Face Records!
Live On Castle Face Records for the National Day !
14th July – Castle Face Records // John Dwyer is talking about Magnetix : « The couple that slays together, stays together : Looch Vibrato and Aggy Sonora, like the moniker of an infamous killing duo, the fucking butchest band from Bordeaux. Looch, with hands like bunches of bananas and songs like flaming arrows. The lovely and tough-as-hell Aggy, crushing the kit. Heavy weird attackers from our sister country. Sludge drips—murder the guitar, usurp the amp, fry the mic, howl like beasts, melt the crowd: Magnetix. We were lucky enough to grab them on one of their rare U.S. shows, recorded in a basement in San Francisco. Here it is in all its gory glory. Let’s go tripping… »
The Magnetix keep on preaching the good words and you will have the pleasure of seeing them play at Liverpool Psych Fest with Male Gaze and many others. Lucky you!
Earlier this year, Thee Oh Sees released a new album called A Weird Exits. Now, they’ve announced its companion album. It’s called An Odd Entrances, and it’s out November 18 via Castle Face. Half of the profits from the album’s first pressing will be donated to Elizabeth House, a charity in Pasadena that helps homeless women with children from the San Gabriel Valley. Listen to a new track from the album, “The Poem,” below. Scroll down for the cover artwork and full tracklist, as well as Thee Oh Sees’ upcoming tour dates.