The-Unusual-History-of-Ether-fot.-Carsten-Villadsen

photo by Carsten Villadsen

In a week from now, on 13. June 2014, a unique band will start their tour around Poland, Slovakia and most of all – Czech Republic. The Unusual History of Ether is a four-piece consisting of Irish singer Rebecca Collins and Danish artist Mikkel Ploug, who invited I Got You On Tape’s bass player Jeppe Skovbakke and Grammofunch’s drummer Jeppe Gram to join them in making music.

In September 2013, The Unusual History Of Ether released a debut album called “A Distant Age”. The Kraków Alchemia Club describes the record as following:

“The album “A Distant Age” captures the adventurous spirit of the band. It takes the listener on a wild journey through the intuitive musical landscape stretching from the far corners of the universe after the deepest shadows of the human soul”

This June, The Unusual History Of Ether is going on tour to promote said album in Slovakia and Czech Republic, but the tour starts in Poland on 13. June, in Kraków’s venue Alchemia (Polish speaking readers can find out more about the band and the Polish concert on the Alchemia Club website).

Mark the dates in your callendars and go see some extremely interesting music!

THE UNUSUAL HISTORY OF ETHER
13.06.2014 – Kraków (PL): Alchemia Club – Event on Facebook
14.06.2014 – Kezmarok (SK): Kezmarok Castle
15.06.2014 – Kromeriz (CZ)
17.06.2014 – Olomouc (CZ): Divadlo Hudby
19.06.2014 – Brno (CZ): Stars Pekarna
20.06.2014 – Prague (CZ): United Islands Festical
21.06.2014 – Spalicek Valasske Mezirici (CZ): Valassky Spalicek Featival


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