Fire Next Time Announce New Tour Dates

Fire Next Time Announce New Tour Dates

Fire Next Time have announced tour dates in Canada and Europe (see dates above). You can stream the band’s album Cold Hands below.

Fire Next Time Tour Dates:
08.13.16 Saskatoon, SK Vangelis
08.18.16 Burlington, ON St. Louis Bar
08.19.16 Toronto, ON Buddha Basement
08.20.16 Montreal, QC L’Hémisphère Gauche
08.25.16 Ustrzyki Gorne, PL Bieszadzka Legend
08.26.16 Bila Tserkva, UA Art Club “Kult”
08.27.16 Trostyanets, UA Shkid Rock
08.28.16 Bolgorod, RU K34
08.29.16 Kursk, RU Nashe Mesto
08.30.16 Tula, RU MIR
08.31.16 Kaluga, RU Madness Bar
09.01.16 Moscow, RU Djao Da
09.02.16 Zelenograd, RU Rebel Pub
09.03.16 Kovrov, RU Reefbar
09.04.16 Dubna, RU Studentka
09.05.16 Vologda, RU Oliver Pub
09.07.16 Petrozavodsk, RU Begemot
09.08.16 St Petersburg, RU Fish Fabrique Nouvelle
09.09.16 Riga, LT Depo
09.10.16 Alytus, LT Fenix Bar
09.11.16 Warsaw, PL Clubrock
09.12.16 Vienna, AU Kramladen
09.13.16 Pilsen, CZ Mistni Borci
09.14.16 Ceske Budejovice, CZ Velbloud
09.15.16 Prague, CZ Cafe Ne Pul Cesty
09.17.16 Magdeburg, DE Liz
09.18.16 Munich, DE Lisa’s House
09.22.16 Ottawa, ON Bat Robo
09.27.16 The Ship And Anchor Calgary, AB
09.28.16 Calgary, AB The Ship & Anchor
09.29.16 Medicine Hat, AB The Silver Buckle
09.30.16 Edmonton, AB Brixx
10.01.16 Club NV Fort McMurray, AB
10.30.16 Gainesville, FL Fest  Tickets

About Fire Next Time:

Fire Next Time are a punk band that plays folk songs and it’s no coincidence that its spirited concerts are so often described using religious language. They have made a pilgrimage of sorts, from upstarts who just wanted to play music to stalwarts influencing their peers. Throughout the course of their three full-length albums and the Bend Like a Northern Light EP, Fire Next Time have shared the stage with greats such as Murder by Death, A Wilhelm Scream, The Flatliners and Pulley. The boundless energy and countless hours its members have devoted is paying off. Fire Next Time has Cold Hands under its belt and is taking it on the road. Having earned their reputation as a tireless crowd favourite through relentless cross-country touring, Fire Next Time also boasts a back catalogue steeped in the rich musical and literary traditions of punk, peripatetic folk music and grim narrative songwriting a la Townes Van Zandt scoring a Cormac McCarthy adaptation with Henry Rollins’ blessing.

Cold Hands is courageous in its resolve to break new ground. It executes an array of musical ideas so seamlessly that moments of calm are all the more compelling for what might follow. “When the bones have cracked and the flesh and fat have all been torn away, know I’m on my way,” sings Renton in “Hounds of Belgravia.” That kind of visceral storytelling is the record’s backbone, complemented with a bevy of instrumental flourishes, including a guest violin appearance from Vancouver musician Tegan Ceschi-Smith on “Temptation and the Journey South,” “I Follow Stars, Not Dreams II” and the albums final song “Hounds of Belgravia”.

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