And They Obey
Kinesis release their second single, live favourite And They Obey , through Independiente on the 10th March. A three and half minute burst of intent, the track was recorded with Dave Eringa in October 2002.
The single is released with new track, Premonitions and a live in the studio recording of early favourite Flowers Are Dead, originally featured on Worship Yourself.
The band see And They Obey as an attack on the North American Free Trade Association, comparing the overtly totalitarian regimes of the past and the more subtle imperialist mechanisms used by the elite of today.
After touring in February to coincide with the release of And They Obey , Kinesis embark have just announced their biggest headline tour to date, venues and dates as follows:
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