With their second record, "Joyland" waiting in the wings, Trust are ready to unleash a darkly glittering ace up their sleeve. By turns strange and sad, beautiful and dark, "Joyland" takes the lush, pulsing synths of their acclaimed debut "TRST" and twists it into something else entirely, something much more shaded and emotive. Just listen to their newly unveiled track "Are We Arc?" for proof of this, offering something as close to a broken hearted ballad as frontman Robert Alfons is likely to get.
Following the release of "Joyland" on April 28th through Arts & Crafts, Alfons will also be taking the newly retooled Trust live show to the UK and Europe in May, taking in their biggest headline shows to date, including a gig at XOYO in London. Make sure you don't miss out on this rare opportunity to catch Trust in inimitable live action.
UPCOMING LIVE DATES
12 Brudenell, Leeds
17 - Broadcast, Glasgow
18 - Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
20 - XOYO, London
23 - Mattatoio Club, Modena, Italy
24 - Spring Attitude Festival, Rome, Italy
27 - Macello, Padova, Italy
28 - Wave, Milan, Italy
29 - Kranhalle, Munich
30 - Berghain, Berlin
31 - Basen, Warsaw
6 - Uebel & Gefaerhlich, Hamburg
7 - Distortion 2014, Copenhagen
8 - Melkweg, Amsterdam
9 - Nouveau Casino, Paris
11 - Be Cool, Barcelona
12 - Shoko, Madrid
13 - Kafe Anzokia, Bilbao
14 - Whippoorwill, Oviedo
24 - Le Saint des Seins, Toulouse
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