FETISH BACK IN SOUTH AFRICA
ANNOUNCE 6-CITY TOUR OF SOUTH AFRICA IN FEBRUARY 2013
Following the release of their eagerly anticipated album Little Heart late last year, ‘post-rock’ outfit Fetish return to South Africa for a series of concerts in the second half of February to play the album live for their fans and to introduce the band to a new generation of SA music lovers.
The tour kicks off on the 15th of Feb in the band’s hometown of Cape Town at Mercury Live before travelling on to Stellenbosch and playing Aandklas on the 16th of February. The five-piece then travels upcountry to play four gigs in a row, starting in Bloemfontein at Die Mystic Boer on the 20th, then a very special once-off at Joburg’s Roosevelt Park Bowling Club on the 21st, followed by Pretoria’s Arcade Empire on the 22nd and ending up at Durban’s majestic Live! The Venue on the 23rd, before flying home to London and a well-earned rest.
Fetish regrouped in the Autumn of 2012 to record their first new material in over a decade. Now that the album is widely available on the Just Music label, the band is hitting the road for a series of affordable, hard-hitting,lo-fi gigs that will showcase the “rock-ier” side of the band to the public.
Fetish will be hooking up with local artists such as Matthew Mole, Tailor, Bat Country and Nakhana Toure as support acts on the road. Tickets are available through Webtickets, while CD’s and posters will be available for sale at all the venues.
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