|Le Cabaret Electric||Le Havre||12 Feb|
|La Carène Club||Brest||13 Feb|
|Le Confort Moderne||Poitiers||14 Feb|
|Drak Art*||Grenoble||15 Feb|
|Le Brise Glace||Annecy||16 Feb|
|La Poudrière||Belfort||17 Feb|
|Le Grand Mix||Tourcoing||18 Feb|
|Le 6 par 4||Laval||19 Feb|
|Le Chat Do||Blois||21 Feb|
|Le Saint des Seins||Toulouse||23 Feb|
|Epicerie Moderne||Feyzin||24 Feb|
|La Lune des Pirates||Amiens||25 Feb|
|La Cartonnerie||Reims||26 Feb|
|La Maroquinerie||Paris||27 Feb|
Most dates with Jerusalem in My Heart
Moodsis moodsis, i’m trying to write about money. We had a meeting yesterday about our future & that of the recording industry at large & we determined that thru perseverance, greed, the ultimate in sham we can begin working on a new inspirational record. We were playing QC w/ the GHOST AND MRS MUIR and everyone was there and it was a time of great joy and celebration. But what is the first step to new record
Last “CLUES RECORD” mini-tour in North America.
Wednesday, January 13
Thursday, January 14
Friday, January 15
Saturday, January 16
Sunday, January 17
Thursday, January 21 JUST ADDED
BEYONCE sues CLUES for the opening of “Halo”. Too similar?!!
The opening of Clues’ You Have My Eyes Now bears a striking resemblance to Beyonces’ Halo.
Reached for comment Knowles said, “More like Thieves.” Clues declined to comment.
New York Lawyer Richard Grabel will represent the “band” in defense of their “song.”
A) Halo by Beyonce
B) You Have My Eyes Now by Clues
So many stamps and put with bloody finger.
17.10.2009 Brussels (BE), Café Maison Du Peuple
19.10.2009 Manchester (UK), Drowned In Sound @ In The City Festival
20.10.2009 Sheffield (UK), The Harley
21.10.2009 Edinburgh (UK), The Electric Circus
22.10.2009 Dublin (IE), Whelans
23.10.2009 Liverpool (UK), Korova
24.10.2009 Bristol (UK), Start The Bus
25.10.2009 London (UK), The Lexington
27.10.2009 Gent (BE), Vooruit
28.10.2009 Colmar (FR), Hiero
29.10.2009 Paris (FR), Glaz’Art
30.10.2009 Vendome (FR), Festival Rockomotives
31.10.2009 Nantes (FR), Le Lieu Unique
01.11.2009 Dijon (FR), Festival Novosonic
02.11.2009 Orleans (FR), L’Atelier
03.11.2009 Bordeaux (FR), St-Ex
04.11.2009 Montpellier (FR), Rockstore
05.11.2009 Macon (FR), Cave A Musique
06.11.2009 Bologna (IT), Covo
07.11.2009 Torino (IT), Spazio 211
09.11.2009 Innsbruck (AT), PMK Bogen
10.11.2009 Prague (CZ), Klub 007 Strahov
11.11.2009 Nuernberg (DE), MUZ
12.11.2009 Leipzig (DE), UT Connewitz
13.11.2009 Berlin (DE), Bang Bang Club
14.11.2009 Utrecht (NL), dBs
15.11.2009 Groningen (NL), Vera
69 Pits!!!!! A first. Thank You!!!
“In many ways the work of a critic is easy. We risk very little, yet enjoy a position over those who offer up their work and their selves to our judgement. We thrive on negative criticism, which is fun to write and to read. But, the bitter truth we critics must face is that, in the grand scheme of things… the average piece of junk is probably more meaningful than our criticism designating it so. But there are times when a critic truly risks something… and that is in the discovery and defense of the new.
The world is often unkind to new talent, new creations. The new needs friends.
Last night I experienced something new, an extraordinary record from an singularly unexpected source. To say that both the record and its makers have challenged my preconceptions about music, is a gross understatement– they have rocked me to my core.
In the past I have made no secret of my disdain for Clues Collective’s famous motto: “Anyone Can Play Guitar”. But I realize only now do I truly understand what they meant. Not everyone can become a great artist, but a great artist can come from anywhere.
It is difficult to imagine more humble origins than those of the genius now recording at Constellation, who are, in this critic’s opinion, nothing less than the finest Clues in North America.” Pitchfork Media
“Fucking awesome” Bld Brother
“An embarassment of riches“ DWK
“Volcano River flows through it” J.Lay