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European tour for later this year... and GOAT coming to Glasgow. Woohoo!!!!

Full dates are:

19th September - Copenhagen, Vega
20th September - Tilburg, Incubate
21st September - Brussels, Ancienne Belgique
23rd September - Berlin Postbahnhof
24th September - Münich, Ampere
25th September - Paris,Trabendo
27th September - Liverpool Psych Fest (w/ Teeth of the Sea, Gnod, Hills etc)
28th September - Glasgow, SWG3 (w/ Lay Llamas)
29th September - Newcastle, Northumbria University (w/ Lay Llamas)
1st October - Brighton, Concorde (w/ Lay Llamas)
2nd October - Bristol, Trinity Centre (w/ Lay Llamas)
3rd October - London Roundhouse (w/ Lay Llamas)

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Nice, a Brighton date :D 8)
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enjoy; i missed them in the States last time 'round, but they are coming through again and I hope I can see them this time!
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...once again in England the northerners miss out. :cry:
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Purchased a pair for the Roundhouse show. Very much looking forward to it.
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runcible wrote:...once again in England the northerners miss out. :cry:
Guessing the LPF wouldn't allow the headliner to play Manchester/Leeds. It's a shame, cause I can't go to the psych fest probably.
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James T wrote:
runcible wrote:...once again in England the northerners miss out. :cry:
Guessing the LPF wouldn't allow the headliner to play Manchester/Leeds. It's a shame, cause I can't go to the psych fest probably.

Come up to the Glasgow show... i have a hunch that the show is also over Sept weekend, meaning Monday is a bank holiday... you can all sleep on my floor.... i'll let the missus know! :D
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Ireland overlooked once again too.

In fairness though i will get to see them at Liverpool psych fest so can't moan too much!
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Laz69 wrote:
James T wrote:
runcible wrote:...once again in England the northerners miss out. :cry:
Guessing the LPF wouldn't allow the headliner to play Manchester/Leeds. It's a shame, cause I can't go to the psych fest probably.

Come up to the Glasgow show... i have a hunch that the show is also over Sept weekend, meaning Monday is a bank holiday... you can all sleep on my floor.... i'll let the missus know! :D
It's hard for me to get any more time off work, and unfortunately i work some weekends and bank holidays almost every time also!
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runcible wrote:...once again in England the northerners miss out. :cry:
Cannot wait to see Goat at Liverpool Psych Fest. I was lucky enough to get one of the initial batch of the Live Ballroom Ritual vinyls. and if that and their set from Glasto from an armchair perspective are anything to go by this will be immense.

Runcible - are you based in Leeds? Surely Newcastle isn't too far? Being based in Carlisle we tend to have to travel 1-2 hours to Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester or Liverpool to see anything, so I guess travelling to anything for us is standard.
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Noddy wrote: Cannot wait to see Goat at Liverpool Psych Fest. I was lucky enough to get one of the initial batch of the Live Ballroom Ritual vinyls. and if that and their set from Glasto from an armchair perspective are anything to go by this will be immense.
I was very privileged to see Goat at ATP before Xmas. Granted their set was augmented by an ex-member of The Heads on insane wah-wah guitar, but the whole show was fantastic. The atmosphere in the room changed noticeably as soon as they began playing. I was standing by the mixing desk watching the goings on..... :shock: The two lead vocalists (shouters??) are hilarious. Suffice to say it was one of the better shows I have seen in yonks (although I enjoyed Kandodo more at ATP). Hopefully Goat will not suffer from the poor/thin sound that lots of the bands in the main room at the Psyche Fest get.
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Noddy wrote:Runcible - are you based in Leeds? Surely Newcastle isn't too far? Being based in Carlisle we tend to have to travel 1-2 hours to Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester or Liverpool to see anything, so I guess travelling to anything for us is standard.
I'm too old to whizz up there and back in an evening, plus Monday nights are school nights so that kind of scuppers it. If they were playing in Leeds I'd go though.
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Taking my 14 year old son to this. He's a big fan and this will be his first ever gig! He doesn't know about it yet... little birthday surprise! :D
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Liverpool and Newcastle are definitely The North in my book!

agree with Olan about the set we saw at ATP. it was brilliant musically and also just a great feelgood, uplifting show. in stark contrast to a lot of ATP stuff which can be more abstract or moody.
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angelsighs wrote:Liverpool and Newcastle are definitely The North in my book!

agree with Olan about the set we saw at ATP. it was brilliant musically and also just a great feelgood, uplifting show. in stark contrast to a lot of ATP stuff which can be more abstract or moody.
Do you mean they were better that Shellac???
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you mean you didn't enjoy Shellac, Olan?... you should have said something ;)
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angelsighs wrote:you mean you didn't enjoy Shellac, Olan?... you should have said something ;)
I couldn't say anything, I slept through it....I'm told they were (\Tony the Tiger voice on) GRRRRReat (\Tony the Tiger voice off). I believe they are wonderful........ :twisted:
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Going to the Glasgow show. Roll on September...
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Just announced for the Body and Soul festival, which is half an hour from my house. First Irish appearance.

Despite my reservations about the band and not been impressed at LPF I am excited by this :? I certainly believe that they will be the act everyone is talking about after the weekend.
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UK Tour in April 2023. Tickets on sale Friday Nov.4th.

April 15 / Bristol / SWX
April 16 / Birmingham / The Mill
April 17 / Leeds / Brudenell Social Club
April 18 / Glasgow / Garage
April 19 / Newcastle / Boiler Shop
April 20 / Manchester / Gorilla
April 21 / Brighton / Chalk
April 22 / London / Brixton Electric

Runcible will be pleased to see they're playing the Brudenell.

Would i be right in thinking these are relatively small venues?
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Glasgow Garage is 700 capacity
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niamhm wrote: Wed Nov 02, 2022 5:58 pm Glasgow Garage is 700 capacity
There you go then. Maybe i wildly over estimate Goat's popularity but i thought they'd be playing venues twice that size. Certainly minimum 1000 capacity.
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Think The Mill in Birmingham may be closer to 1000 but I think they may struggle for that seeing as gigs can be very hit and miss in that city! I am also not sure exactly how popular Goat are
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sunray wrote: Wed Nov 02, 2022 2:11 pm
Runcible will be pleased to see they're playing the Brudenell.
Maybe a few years ago but my interest kind of faded I’m afraid.

Currently no gigs at all on my calendar. :( Considering Brian Jonestown Massacre at Leeds Stylus next year but if that venue is sold out you can see absolutely nothing. So it’s just a maybe.
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sunray wrote: Thu Nov 03, 2022 9:24 am
niamhm wrote: Wed Nov 02, 2022 5:58 pm Glasgow Garage is 700 capacity
There you go then. Maybe i wildly over estimate Goat's popularity but i thought they'd be playing venues twice that size. Certainly minimum 1000 capacity.
I think you’re over estimating for sure, last time they were here they played the sadly missed and now a pile of ashes ABC, 1,200 cap. they had a good turn out maybe 800 but certainly not sold out. I think I‘ll be going but I’ll need to go solo as I doubt I could drum up a companion even with a free ticket an transport, very much a marmite’y type of band
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Boilershop is a strange choice. Does have the option for a reduced capacity - saw Death in Vegas there and they basically scaffolded and curtained off everything behind the sound desk to make it more 'intimate' bit have seen the likes of Stereolab and Primal Scream there with the entire floor opened up and it holds thousands.

Brilliant venue (and glad they're not playing the polytechnic like last time) but they'll do well to fill it out even in its condensed version.
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