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My Bloody Valentine - 2013 World Tour


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10

Jun

Archa Theater - Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC

 

13

Jun

Vega - Copenhagen, DENMARK

 

14

Jun

Hultsfred Festival - Sweden

 

15

Jun

Norwegian Wood - Norway

 

7

Jul

Eurockeennes Festival - France

 

13

Jul

T in the Park - Scotland

 

26

Jul

Fuji Rock Festival - Niigata, Japan

 

27

Jul

Valley Rock Festival - Ansan Daebu Island, Korea

 

4

Aug

OFF Festival - Poland

 

6

Aug

Arena - Vienna, Austria

 

8

Aug

Terraneo Festival - ibenik, Croatia

 

11

Aug

Flow Festival 2013 - Helsinki, Finland

 

16

Aug

Austin Music Hall - Austin, Texas

 

17

Aug

Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie - Dallas, Texas

 

19

Aug

Ogden Theatre - Denver, CO

 

21

Aug

WaMu Theatre - Seattle, WA

 

23

Aug

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium - San Francisco

 

25

Aug

FYF Festival - Los Angeles

 

30

Aug

Electric Picnic Festival - Co. Laois, Ireland

 

5

Sep

Live Music Hall - Cologne, Germany

 

7

Sep

Berlin - Berlin Festival, Germany

 

8

Sep

Tonhalle - Munich, Germany

 

30

Oct

Rockhal - Luxembourg

 

31

Oct

Eindhoven - Effenaar - HOLLAND

 

3

Nov

Aeronef - Lille, France

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You could always drive to Scotland.

cool! just gotta get driving lessons. and a driving license. and a car.

 

:p

 

I missed my chance earlier this year, they played in Manchester earlier. I'm just butt-hurt

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You could always drive to Scotland.

cool! just gotta get driving lessons. and a driving license. and a car.

 

:p

 

I missed my chance earlier this year, they played in Manchester earlier. I'm just butt-hurt

 

They were good in Manc!

 

Definitely a band that everyone should see at least once.

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You could always drive to Scotland.

cool! just gotta get driving lessons. and a driving license. and a car.

 

:p

 

I missed my chance earlier this year, they played in Manchester earlier. I'm just butt-hurt

They were good in Manc!

 

Definitely a band that everyone should see at least once.

I saw them back in 2008 so I've seen them at least once :)

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Apparently they play bizarrely quietly on this tour, and the vocals (which normally are hazy in the midst of all the guitars) are barely audible at all. Let's hope for better.

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You could always drive to Scotland.

cool! just gotta get driving lessons. and a driving license. and a car.

 

:p

 

I missed my chance earlier this year, they played in Manchester earlier. I'm just butt-hurt

 

They were good in Manc!

 

Definitely a band that everyone should see at least once.

 

I saw them back in 2008 so I've seen them at least once :)

 

 

I was at that 2008 Manchester show too. That insane rendition of 'You Made Me Realise' seems to have gone down as pretty legendary...

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You could always drive to Scotland.

cool! just gotta get driving lessons. and a driving license. and a car.

 

:p

 

I missed my chance earlier this year, they played in Manchester earlier. I'm just butt-hurt

 

They were good in Manc!

 

Definitely a band that everyone should see at least once.

 

I saw them back in 2008 so I've seen them at least once :)

 

 

I was at that 2008 Manchester show too. That insane rendition of 'You Made Me Realise' seems to have gone down as pretty legendary...

I'll never experience anything like that again, it was amazing.

 

I was stupid and thought I was a badass: "I don't need ear plugs"

 

 

I had tinnitus for two weeks straight :cerious:

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Haha, exactly the same here! Thought the earplugs were just for pussies and didn't take a pair when offered... You Made Me Realise was the most surreal sensory experience of my life. Unbelievable. And I spent the next couple days worried that I'd permanently damaged my hearing.

 

(I probably did.)

 

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Got my ticket for the Austin show, should be a grat birthday present!

I got tix for FYF in LA.

I can't wait to hear the new album live.

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wow Kevin got fat! Belinda seemed completely indifferent to the show, hope there's no bad blood circulating. it was (a little) quieter than last time, I guess they figure save what hearing we have left! good mix of all 3 albums. heard 2 new tracks; one meh, one excellent.

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good mix of all 3 albums. heard 2 new tracks; one meh, one excellent.

New shit!

 

I read a couple of new interviews via the MBV facecebook page and he takes about how there was a new song that was awesome that was like She Found Now and it didn't make the cut. I wonder if that is the one you liked.

He said it was one of 3 that would likely get released on an ep.

He also said the band would be recording all new material.

 

It was one (or both) of these two:

 

http://pitchfork.com/features/interviews/9192-kevin-shields/

 

http://blogs.westword.com/backbeat/2013/08/interview_kevin_shields_my-bloody-valentine.php

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Saw them in SF tonight! Great show, though Belinda wasn't always audible (which is par for the course I guess). 'Wonder 2' was insane live: Colm put down the drum sticks and picked up a guitar for the track's 3-guitar attack (Kevin had an E-Bow for that track as well). Nothing else that evening quite topped it for me... The 'legendary' You Made Me Realize 10 minute noise set was the closing piece to a monstrous set of all three albums and some EP tracks.

Go see them if you can!

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it was sweet. as good as i thought it could be. aragon ballroom was a pain in the ass though and the opening act went on wayyyy early so didn't get to hear david baker's (?) side project.

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