- 16 Apr 19
In celebration of their 10-year anniversary, And So I Watch You From Afar will play their self-titled debut album in full at Voodoo, Belfast on June 22
In an incredibly special, intimate hometown show, the Northern Irish rock power house will perform their entire debut album from start to finish in their favourite punk-rock club, Voodoo.
In a statement, the band said, “we are a band that very much loves to push things forward continually and strive to make new and exciting music that pulls us out of our comfort zones and thrusts us into the next phase of our creativity.” They continued on to say, “there are certain milestones in your life, that it’s good to take stock on and look back. So much has happened since then, we have so much to look back on and be grateful for and it all started with that self-titled album.”
The group will also be repressing the album on special limited-edition vinyl, including bonus audio and new artwork by the original artist Julian Friers. They will also release a live album, which will be recorded in Belfast in June. They’ll also be touring throughout Europe, North America and Mexico.
Tickets go on sale Thursday, April 18 at 9 am from the Ticketmaster website and Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.