Mile Me Dear announce rescheduled tour dates and release video for Capable Ride‏

August 30, 2015

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Mile Me Deaf announce rescheduled UK tour dates and release video for ‘Capable Ride’

Mile Me Deaf is a noisy pop band from Vienna. Most songs were written and recorded by Wolfgang Möstl in his living room, but on stage they are a fully functional, shoegazing, rock and roll cabaret.

Since 2004 Möstl is the only constant member of the project, which started as a lo-fi experimental playground of the then 20-year-old singer and guitarist of the late Killed by 9V Batteries. And as often is the case, this solo project turned into a full-time band. While Austrian music is often praised for its Austrian-ness, Mile Me Deaf’s music sounds delightfully un-Austrian.

The video for Capable Ride was made US based fan Brooke Metz. She wrote a few words about the making of the video:

The main idea behind the video was to portray the life of the person on the bike. That person is not identified. Each time the person on the bike appears, you’ve reached a different chapter or experience in the persons life. They all connect. Overall it was a beautiful, life changing experience. My heart and soul through that month and a half is in this video.

Mile Me Deaf are heading to UK’s shores next month with a rescheduled tour:

Thursday 17th September – The Monarch, London
Friday 18th September – The Roomz, St. Leonards on the Sea
Sunday 20th September – Old Blue Last, London
Monday 21st September – The Prince Albert, Brighton

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