Following tours in the UK with letlive. and Norma Jean over the past year, Night Verses will be returning to these shores in October as support to Feed The Rhino, along with Baby Godzilla. The bi-coastal US quartet have also unveiled a new music video for 'Celestial Fires', a typically heady cut from their critically lauded 2013 album 'Lift Your Existence'.
Drummer Aric Improta says "It's a privilege to tour with bands that require us to perform at our highest level to keep up and this is the epitome of that sort of tour. Both Feed The Rhino and Baby Godzilla deliver passion on a truly genuine level. It's going to be a huge plus watching them play each night while on this return to some of our favorite places in the world."
Consistently breathtaking in their musicianship, Night Verses are a must-see live act.
Feed The Rhino / Night Verses / Baby Godzilla Tour
16 - NORWICH Waterfront Studio
17 - LONDON Underworld
18 - BRISTOL Exchange
19 - BIRMINGHAM Asylum
20 - MANCHESTER Sound Control
21 - GLASGOW Ivory Blacks
22 - NEWCASTLE Think Tank
23 - SHEFFIELD Corporation
24 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
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