Aliens discover themselves somewhere called the jungle, which sounds quite familiar to these times. One wonders if there’s a God out there who’ll help these aliens.
You can listen to ‘God Save The Jungle’ and pre-order the new album HERE.
Image by Spoon Films
Alan Lomax travelled the world to collect folk songs. If you are not aware of his work he is especially famous for curating North American folk songs thus preserving tradition.
Visit his jukebox HERE that serves as a positive example of being inclusive of ideas and traditions.
Pre-order the new album, ‘I Tell A Fly’, and listen to ‘God Save The Jungle’ HERE.
‘I Tell A Fly’. In little words – it’s a story about two wandering flies finding fleet. I am neither a politician nor prophet but an artist who creates to only entertain is no better than a con. I hope this album fulfils its purpose as the continuation from ‘At Least For Now’. Thank you for your kindness, warmth, patience and unparalleled support. Ars brevis, vita longa.
I have carefully observed and come to the conclusion that my England is as much of a Jungle as Calais. I grew up in a Christian family but grew out of it due to some unforeseeable misfortunes. Yet, I still wonder if there’s a God out there to save us all. Or will we forever wander, till the road leads home.
It’s been a while folks. Here is from what is to come. Can you see the Phantom of Aleppoville?
UK/EU tour presale tomorrow, 10AM CET HERE.
12th Nov – October Palace, Kyiv
13th Nov – Izvestia Hall, Moscow
15th Nov – The Hall Compensa, Vilnius
16th Nov – MTP2 HALL, Poznan
18th Nov – Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Hamburg
19th Nov – Münchner Philharmoniker, Munich
20th Nov – Kölner Philharmonie, Köln
21st Nov – Berliner Philharmoniker, Berlin
22nd Nov – Konzerthaus Dortmund, Dortmund
25th Nov – Cirque Royal – Koninklijk Circus, Brussels
27th Nov – Philharmonie Luxembourg, Luxembourg
28th Nov – De Doelen, Rotterdam
30th Nov – Dome Concert Hall, Brighton
1st Dec – Birmingham Town Hall, Birmingham
3rd Dec – O2 Academy, Leeds
4th Dec – The Ritz, Manchester
5th Dec – Brixton Academy, London
6th Dec – Sage Gateshead, Gateshead
8th Dec – Colston Hall, Bristol
18th Dec – Teatro degli Arcimboldi, Milan
Phantom Of Aleppoville
#HUMANZ or Gorillaz ???
It is of great excitement dear fans of New York, to announce to you that the Carnegie Hall show is back on. It is now scheduled for 5th October 2017, and tickets are on sale here.
Since the saying goes, if you are going to the Carnegie, you’ve got to practice practice practice, I assure you that I will be practicing everyday for this special and important show in my life. Once again I apologise for the cancellation and I assure you that this new date won’t be played with.
Still taking time….have a good day lads and lasses!