The Brian Jonestown Massacre Tour 2023
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SAT 28/01/23 U.K Falmouth – Princess Pavilions
SUN 29/01/23 U.K Bristol – SWX
MON 30/01/23 Brighton- Concorde 2
THU 02/02/23 U.K. Norwich- Epic Studios
FRI 03/02/23 U.K Birmingham – Academy 2
SAT 04/02/23 U.K Manchester – Ritz
SUN 05/02/23 U.K Glasgow – Barrowlands
MON 06/02/23 U.K Edinburgh – La Belle Angele
TUE 07/02/23 U.K Newcastle – Riverside
THU 09/02/23 IRELAND Dublin – Academy
FRI 10/02/23 U.K Belfast – Limelight 2
SAT 11/02/23 U.K Liverpool – Camp & Furnace
SUN 12/02/23 U.K Nottingham – Rock City
TUE 14/02/23 U.K Leeds – Stylus
WED 15/02/23 U.K London – Forum
FRI 17/02/23 THE NETHERLANDS Groningen – Oosterpoort KZ
SAT 18/02/23 GERMANY Hamburg – Knust
SUN 19/02/23 DENMARK Copenhagen – Amager Bio
MON 20/02/23 SWEDEN Gothenburg – Pustervik
TUE 21/02/23 SWEDEN Stockholm -Slaktkyrkan
WED 22/02/23 NORWAY Oslo – Rockefeller
THU 23/02/23 SWEDEN Malmo – Moriska Paviljonen
SAT 25/02/23 GERMANY Berlin – Huxleys
MON 27/02/23 SWITZERLAND Zurich- Mascotte
TUE 02/28/23 SWITZERLAND Geneva- PTR/L’Usine
FRI 03/03/23 ICELAND Reykjavík- Gamla Bíó
Brian Jonestown Massacre burst into 2019 with the release of their 18th full-length album, just 7 months after their last one. The self-titled 9-track album is released on Anton Newcombe’s A Recordings on 15th March 2019. It was recorded and produced at Anton’s Cobra Studio in Berlin.
The album was originally going to be released in September, but due to a hugely successful global tour – taking in USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Europe the release was delayed.
Recorded this time last year, the album features Sara Neidorf on drums, Heike Marie Radeker (LeVent) on bass, Hakon Adalsteinsson (BJM / Third Sound & Gunman & Holy Ghost) on guitar and Anton Newcombe on multiple instruments. Also making a guest vocal appearance on ‘Tombes Oubliées’ is Rike Bienert who has sung on previous BJM albums. The band performed songs from the album throughout the European leg of the 2018 tour.
Anton Newcombe has been a very busy man these past 5 years, having released 4 critically acclaimed Brian Jonestown Massacre albums and an EP, 1 soundtrack album and 2 albums with Tess Parks. All releases were fully recorded and produced at Anton’s studio.
The Brian Jonestown Massacre track ‘Bon Bon’ was used in the 2015 Palm D’Or winner Dheepan. Anton penned the soundtrack for ‘Moon Dogs’, a film directed by multi-BAFTA nominated Philip John (Svengali, Downton Abbey, Being Human).
1) Drained , 2) Tombes Oubliées , 3) My Mind Is Filled With Stuff , 4) Cannot Be Saved , 5) A Word , 6) We Never Had a Chance , 7) Too Sad To Tell You , 8) Remember Me This , 9) What Can I Say
The Brian Jonestown Massacre full show live @ Festival La Route du Rock 2018
WHITE VINYL 10″
Release Date: 18/05/2018
Available on white 180 grm vinyl .
This is the new single which announces the band’s forthcoming two albums to be released this year.
The first track is “Hold That Thought” which comes from the album “Something Else” which is to be released on 1st June 2018.
The second track is “Drained” which will come from the self titled album that will be released in September of 2018.
Both tracks were recorded in Berlin & the band are announcing tours of the USA, Canada, Australasia & Europe throughout the year.
All tracks were recorded at Cobra Studios , Berlin in 2017 .
Hold That Thought
THE BRIAN JONESTOWN MASSACRE ‘POL POT’S PLEASURE PENTHOUSE’ VINYL 2XLP
First time available on vinyl , the only ever time this album has been officially released was on Burger Records (which was limited to 500 cassettes) .
Recorded in 1990/91 on a 4 track at Anton’s home in San Francisco, it is best described in Anton’s own words.
“when I left home and moved to san francisco, first thing on my mind was joining a band… the problem for me was that there were not any bands that would have me or even played the type of music I imagined I wanted to hear… so I decided to start my own…
I would make small down payments at pawnshops for gear, buy recording machines, amps, guitars, whatever. within 3 months of teaching myself the 7 folk chords I use nonstop to this day, I had already taught a few new friends how to play as well and we were off. I used to make up songs everyday on the 4 track just to teach myself how to write…
I understood what i liked about music, I just didn’t know how to pull it out of the ether and bring them into being. At the same time, I would make demo tapes and share them with friends… endless demo tapes…
I would send them to magazines and record labels with no return address, just for the fuck of it. It was never my intention to actually release this music… for instance if i came up with a country song, I would finish it just to learn more about writing…
I didn’t want to be in a classic country group, this is a document of my learning process. good times… this album is one such tape from 1990/91 I can’t remember. enjoy.”