The Rescue Rooms archives: 2011

It Bites and Mostly Autumn, It Bites and Mostly Autumn at The Rescue Rooms

  • Tuesday 18th October 2011
  • Supported by: TBC

Music In Progress & The Gig Cartel Present

In these times to economic doom two legends of the British Progressive Rock scene come together to play an exclusive tour of the UK in October 2011. Each act will play a 90 minute set of classics from their present and past, giving their fans a fantastic evening of music for the incredible price of £20.00.

It Bites will be playing songs from their new album 'Map Of The Past’ which is their first concept album with themes based around photographs and memory. The album will exclusively be on sale at these shows before being released worldwide in November 2011.

2011 is the 25th Anniversary of the classic It Bites album ‘Big Lad And The Windmill’ and the band will be celebrating their landmark release with other key moments from throughout their career.

Bob Dalton from It Bites says “When we played together last year it was a magical evening and it made perfect sense for us to go out and play a full UK tour together.”

Mostly Autumn have become one of the great live acts on the UK music scene with their huge sound which has developed through years of constant touring and a vision of unique musical independence.

These special autumn shows will see Mostly Autumn playing new music for their new and yet un-named album to be released latter in 2011.

When asked about the tour Bryan Josh from Mostly Autumn said “Mostly Autumn are proud to announce that to coincide with the release of a new album this autumn we will be joining “It Bites” for a collection of very special shows throughout the UK, don’t miss the opportunity to see two full sets from these unique bands.”

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