This self made instrumental juggernaut have been razing Belfast, Northern Ireland to the ground with their remarkable live performance which have been described by the press as stunning and unmissable and for which they achieved gig of the month from NME.
After selling out of their much anticipated debut EP in just 6 weeks the mammoth mind melting machine that is And So I Watch You From Afar have been tipped by all the Irish and Northern Irish press, had high praise from Kerrang! and become a firm favourite on BBC Radio 1 receiving nationwide airplay on the Huw Stephens show and having recorded a live session for Radio 1.
As well as writing, playing, producing, designing and self releasing this instrumental debut mini album This Is Our Machine And Nothing Can Stop It the guys have just sound tracked a short film and finished a collaboration EP titled Tonight The City Burns featuring the vocal talents of some of Northern Irelands finest new talent. The EP was released on Oct 17th at a packed-to-the-rafters, sold out show to 400 rabid fans in Belfast.
Featured in all music publications and newspapers in the country (AU, Irish News, Belfast Telegraph, Hotpress etc) the show was considered to be the biggest night of the year and was NME.com gig of the month. Uniting some of the key new bands in Northern Ireland, LaFaro, Driving By Night, Cruz and Cahir O Doherty of Fighting With Wire, the show featured live performances of the individual bands, whose vocalists then combined with ASIWYFA to create a behemoth of mutual talent, a fitting reflection of the bands integral position and lynch pin like status where they beat at the very heart of Belfasts extraordinary music scene.
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