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Sanguine Hum UK live dates announced

We've told you about how cool Sanguine Hum's 2013 album, The Weight of the World, is, and now there's an opportunity to see this great band play live. Three shows in the UK have just been announced, so if you're in the neighborhood of Leicester, Bristol, or London in mid-September, be sure to check them out.

by Jon Davis, Published 2015-07-08

They worked hard on music for their newest album, called Now We Have Light, and they'll be taking some of the new material for a spin. They're rewarding themselves for the effort, and fans will get the benefit.

The dates are:

Keyboardist Matt Baber says, “After the effort of releasing Now We Have Light in February and putting together a set for HRH Prog in March, we expected to take a break for a while. Instead, the energy quickly returned, and not only did we get the bug to start building the new record, at the same time we felt that doing just one gig for NWHL, after all the hard work that went into it, wasn't quite enough.”

The link below should lead you to where you can purchase tickets.


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Related artist(s): Sanguine Hum

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