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Heed The Call
They’re tight as hell and their A/V show is like nothing you’ve seen before; it’s about bloody time that Alarmist headed out on an Irish tour. The instrumental foursome tell Hot Press all about finding their sound and hitting the road.
Celina Murphy, 21 Feb 2012
“They kind of come from how we think the music sounds,” Czerniak explains. “We thought ‘Bathtime For Squid’ sounded underwater and there was a bit in ‘Carpark Showdown’ that reminded us of someone having a fight. ‘Vitamin Saturday’ was written one morning when I took a load of vitamins and was feeling a bit pumped up. It’s very much whatever comes out of our mouths during practice. I think with us, we take the music seriously, but everything else is just stupid.”
Alarmist head out on the ElevenEleven A/V Tour this month with Eatenbybears, accompanied by live visuals. Shows include Radar, Belfast (9); The Stables, Mullingar (10); The Factory, Galway (11); Mason’s, Derry (16); Crane Lane, Cork (17) and Twisted Pepper Dublin (18).