Dale Barclay Is Back With And Yet It Moves

Posted: November 3, 2016 in Alternative, Blues, Garage, Gothic, Industrial, Music, Post Punk, Rock
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Man we loved the Amazing Snakeheads – watching their show with Chris T Popper at the Great Escape was one of the most captivating, uncompromising and downright threatening live performances we’ve ever witnessed – due in no small part to frontman Dale Barclay. Their ultimate disintegration was as sad as it was seemingly inevitable.

And now after two years away, he is back with a new six piece band – And Yet It Moves.

They are a band with raw and simple ambitions – namely: saving music from mediocrity. Connecting human beings with music. No bullshit. No prisoners.

And all being done through expansive, songs of sorrow mixed with themes of the heart.

Listen to a live recording of the ever evolving behemoth of a track No Way Back To Lunch – over twelve minutes of seething, churning post-punk blues underpinned by a sneering junkyard-dog mentality. It may be the longest track we’ve ever posted on MM. It may also be the most intense.

Welcome back DB. Enjoy.

 

Tour Dates:
November
3 – Dundee – Buskers
4 – Edinburgh – Mash House
10 – York – Fulford Arms
10 – York – Fulford Arms
11 – London – The Shacklewell Arms
12 – Ramsgate – Ramsgate Music Hall
13 – Brighton – Hope & Ruin
15 – North York Moors – The Lion Inn, Blaley Ridge
16 – Leeds – Brundenell Social Club
18 – Manchester – Night & Day
19 – Leicester – Roundhouse
20 – Birmingham – The Sunflower Lounge

December
16 – Glasgow – Kinning Park Complex (w/ Sweaty Palms, The Leather Corridor, Natalie Pryce)

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