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Anyone who is a fan of Violet (how can you not be?) should check out the tour diary they put together over at Already Heard when they went off galavanting around Europe with Now, Voyager!
Last month Derbyshire sextet Violet teamed up with emerging Belgium rockers Now, Voyager for a UK and European tour, which saw the Violet return to Mainland Europe for the second time this year.
Already Heard has teamed up with the band to bring you this exclusive “Tour Tales” feature. The alt-rockers tell us what they got up to as they played shows in France and Belgium.
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Whats up guys, we’re Violet and for the last 6 days we’ve been travelling mainland Europe as part of our tour with Now, Voyager. Here’s a little write up of what we’ve been up to!
Day 1: Paris
We decided to get to France a day early so we could do a bit of sightseeing before the show which we all agree was a pretty good idea. We had one of the best days we’ve ever had as a band! We were lucky enough to see most of the sights in this beautiful city. Charlie (Bass - vocalist), Liam (Westnidge - Bass) and Kyle (our driver) went to the very top of the Eiffel Tower. Sam (Bass - guitar/vocals), Joe (Middleton - Guitar), Robbie (George - drums) and Jordan(Samuel - vocalist) became tourists for the day through the city with our friends Melody, Laura and Alexia. These guys treated us extremely well and we’d like to say if they’re reading this then thank you! The sun came out for us and we wanted to stay there forever basically. On to the show.
Here’s an interview I chucked together for Blitz Kids - check it out!
In recent years Crewe-founded quartet Blitz Kids have built a dedicated following with tours alongside the likes of Mayday Parade, D.R.U.G.S. and most recently Lower Than Atlantis. Add to that a handful of EP’s, a full-length, and their recent ‘Never Die’ mini-album, then you’ll understand why Blitz Kids have been on the cusp of breaking through the UK’s rock elite for quite some time now.