03/08/18

A whole album of Gengahr live

One of the best live bands in the UK, Gengahr have been recording their sets on tours over the last 12 months, and have compiled recordings of 14 songs in to their first live album, out today.
 
There are songs from their latest album Where Wildness Grows, which came out in March, and favourites from the first album - She's A Witch and Fill My Gums With Blood.
 
"We recorded this live album just before we headed into the studio to start work on 'Where Wildness Grows'. For the most part, it was the first time we were playing these songs live to our fans, and this meant they changed and developed as the dates went on - and what you’ll hear in these recordings is what informed the record itself. It’s also exciting for us to present them alongside the cuts from 'A Dream Outside', as the energy and love you all have when we play those songs means the world to us.
Enjoy the record, and we look forward to seeing you over the summer."
Felix Bushe
 
The band will be at festivals in the UK and Europe this summer, including Reading & Leeds, before joining Ezra Furman for a one off show at Brixton Academy.

 

 

Where Wildness Grows is available now on CD and LP.

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