And Yet It Moves are here to save us from ourselves
When you read the bio of And Yet It Moves, there is a slight Tyler Durden quality to it. Instead of trying to save us from clever art and perfect teeth they are here to save music from mediocrity. This makes sense, considering that their front man is Dale Barclay, who has made a career out of unrelenting and challenging music under the guide of The Amazing Snakeheads.
No Way Back to Lunch was recorded live at the Glasgow’s Green Door Studio and captures aggression and visceral energy of this project. Throughout its twelve minute duration it twists and skews from straight rock, electronic freakouts, splanchnic body blows, spoken word sojourns and generally a total disregard for the audiences wellbeing! The phrase Burn it down, start again. No prisoners. No mercy is very fitting!
Throughout November and December And Yet It Moves are on tour, here are the fixtures:
3/11 Buskers, Dundee
4/11 Mash House, Edinburgh
10/11 Fulford Arms, Edinburgh
11/11 The Shacklewell Arms, Lonodn
12/11 Ramsgate Music Hall, Ramsgate
13/11 Hope & Ruin, Brighton
15/11 The Lion Inn, Blaley Ridge, North York Moors
16/11 Brundenell Social Club, Leeds
18/11 Night & Day, Manchester
19/11 Roundhouse, Leicester
20/11 The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
16/12 Kinning Park Complex, Glasgow (w/ Sweaty Palms, The Leather Corridor, Natalie Pryce)