Following a vast three month tour that saw them cover all corners of the UK and mainland Europe; Larry and His Flask return this August, to convert more fans and further spread the gospel of their infectious and frenetic homespun country/anarchic punk.
The six-piece from Oregon, USA who supported Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls in the UK as well as playing their own headline shows are back by popular demand to win over yet more hearts and minds of UK and Europe. Full dates are:
15 Glasgow (UK) @ Audio
16 London (UK) @ Borderline
17 Biddinghuizen (NL) @ Lowlands Festival
18 Gampel (CH) @ Open Air Gampel
19 Cologne (DE) @ Sonic Ballroom
20 Krefeld (DE) @ Kulturrampe
21 Nijmegen (NL) @ Merleyn
22 Bremin (DE) Lila Eule
23 Tavigny/Houffalize (BE) @ Beaverfest
24 Herselt (BE) @ Gevarenwinkel Festival/
Larry and His Flask have just returned home to America to embark on a lengthy tour Stateside, criss-crossing the country. It coincides with the release of their outstanding sophomore album 'By The Lamplight' out on 24th June 2013 through Xtra Mile Recordings (UK and Europe) and 25th June 2013 on Silver Sprocket (USA).
For the uninitiated, Larry and His Flask make music that lies somewhere between a barn raising and a mosh pit. The New York Times calls them "uncommonly joyous" and "deviously astute", while their live show is a "breathless, polymorphous good time." Originally conceived as a four piece punk band, the group has swelled into a fully realized line-up with strong Americana influences complete with stand-up bass, mandolin and banjo. Their live act is not to be missed - unlike any other band playing music today, Larry and His Flask truly incorporate their audiences into each show, connecting to create an experience that converts everyone into fans and permeates the border between performer and spectator. Performances see members careening wildly across the stage with instruments, narrowly avoiding harrowing collisions amongst themselves and frequently trading said instruments mid-song while still maintaining pitch-perfect 4-part harmonies.
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