Northern Irish indie band General Fiasco's new single, 'The Age That You Start Losing Friends' is the first single and lead track taken from their upcoming EP, 'Waves', which is due for release on October 30th, through record label 'Dirty Hit'.
The video was directed and shot by London based photographer Pip and features the band energetically rehearsing their vigorous tune in a brightly lit room.
Formed in 2007 in County Derry, Ireland, General Fiasco are Owen Strathern (bass); Owen's brother Enda (guitar); Stephen Leacock (drums) and Stuart Bell (guitar, keyboard), who joined the line-up in May 2010. Their single, 'Something Sometime' was chosen at Zane Lowe's 'Hottest Record in the World' and the band has also received plays from other DJs, such as: Huw Stevens; Steve Lamacq and Colin Murray. Their debut album, 'Buildings', was released in March 2010 but received mixed reviews.
General Fiasco has performed on the 'BBC Introducing' stage at the 2008 Reading & Leeds Festival and were part of the 'BBC Introducing' line up at the Electric Proms in October of the same year. They have also supported for both 'The Enemy' and 'The Answer'.
General Fiasco has announced a series of dates in the UK throughout October, which are as follows:
Oct 22nd Academy 2 Dublin
Oct 23rd Thekla Bristol
Oct 25th King Tuts Glasgow
Oct 26th Rainbow Birmingham
Oct 27th Academy 2 London
Oct 29th Deaf Institute Manchester
Oct 30th Queens Belfast
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