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Gig of the weekend: Concrete Knives

09:39 07 March 2013

Concrete Knives

Concrete Knives

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For this week’s Gig of the Weekend I highlight Concrete Knives’ upcoming performance at the The Norwich Arts Centre, Saturday night from 8pm

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Gig of the Weekend is a weekly guide to top gigs in and around Norwich. We want to hear what gigs you’re looking forward to and any tips you would give to rookie gig-goers. If you have any top tips please leave them in the comment section below.

Concrete Knives are a 5 piece band from France. They are currently on a huge Europe tour promoting their first album “Be Your Own King” that was released October 29th last year. Touring is not new to the band with their live shows have recived rave reviews and have won over a strong supporting. Already well-regarded radio DJs such as Steve Lamacq and Rob Da Bank have also praised the band.

Recently interview Concrete Knives talk about their sound;

“Our songs are pretty independent from each other, and from the moment they’re born – generally from the mind of Nicolas – they hold a mystery that we need to take the time to solve,” explains vocalist Morgane Colas. “I really believe that the songs are born as mysterious and inaccessible, and that our job is to give them a sense that’s faithful to their essence.”

Here is the latest single from the album, ‘Greyhound Racing’.

Concrete Knives are playing Saturday night (9th March) at the Norwich Arts Centre, tickets are still available and can be brought here: http://www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk/events/concrete-knives-presented-by-twee-off---09-03-13-.aspx or at the door on the night.

You can also check out their Facebook page for news and more details on the tour: https://www.facebook.com/Conreteknives

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