‘68 announce one-off London headline show at The Old Blue Last on 20th June

June 9, 2017

‘68 announce one-off London headline show
at The Old Blue Last on 20th June

New Full-Length Album ‘Two Parts Viper’ out now via Cooking Vinyl:

“this chaotic duo are back with another dose of eardrum-rattling weirdness” – Rock Sound

“brazen slice of hardcore rock’n’roll” – The I

“…closer in style, decibels and straight-up attitude to Nirvana’s legendary Bleach.”
– Alternative Press

“The latest two-man wrecking crew to get the blood flowing are the ‘68.” – Crave


Atlanta-based rock duo ‘68 recently released their second alum ‘Two Parts Viper’ and to celebrate they’ll be hitting the UK for a one off headline show at The Old Blue Last in London on 20th June. Tickets available now. After they’ve laid waste to that venue, they’ll be taking their famed live show on the road across Europe, Russia and Australia. See below for details.

When asked about ‘Two Parts Viper,’ vocalist/guitarist Josh Scogin said: “’Two Parts Viper’ was written/recorded little bits at a time over about seven months while touring virtually nonstop in 2016. It is a journey that is meant to be heard as a full statement from track 1 to track 10. I can’t just name one thing about the record that makes me proud, it’s a whole package – the art, the music, the journey it took to get finished, the songs I deleted, the ones I kept, the struggles and the victories. It all had to happen just the way it did or this album would not exist the way it does.”

Having toured with the likes of Bring Me The Horizon, Every Time I Die, and The Fall Of Troy to name a few, the alt-rock veterans felt it was time to take a different approach to further define their brand. This time around, Josh Scogin (The Chariot, Norma Jean) and bandmate, Michael McClellan have signed with a new label – Cooking Vinyl – to launch their full-length album which channels everything from the intensity of At The Drive-In to Jack White-like vocals to a setup similar to The Black Keys.

If you have followed Josh Scogin’s prior bands, Norma Jean and The Chariot, you have seen things set on fire, death-defying jumps from the rafters and swinging guitars that could take your head off if you were too close. Scogin spent more time in and on top of the crowd than on stage during their wild shows. When ’68 became Scogin’s new mode of expression, one would think the chaos would die down. He might be too busy onstage to think about jumping around. The subversive element of ’68 became something more subtle… the attitude. There is clever repartee between Scogin and the audience, wild interplay between Scogin and his ’68 bandmate, Michael McClellan and music that will stun audiences across the board.

20.06.17 UK London The Old Blue Last – TICKETS
22.06.17 Hungary Orfű Fishing On Orfű
23.06.17 Germany Munich  Backstage
24.06.17 Netherlands Ysselsteyn Jera On Air
26.06.17 Germany Köln MTC
27.06.17 Germany Frankfurt 11er
28.06.17 Germany Berlin Cassiopeia
29.06.17 Germany Hamburg Hafenklang
30.06.17 Denmark Roskilde Roskilde Fest
02.07.17 Ukraine Kiev Atlas Weekend Fest
03.07.17 Russia Kaliningrad Bastion
05.07.17 Russia Moscow  Volta w/ DEP
06.07.17 Russia St.Petersburg ClubZal w/ DEP
08.07.17 Russia Voronezh Forest King Fest
09.07.17 Russia Rostov-on-Don Podzemka
10.07.17 Russia Volgograd White Horse
11.07.17 Russia Saratov Bodriy Vodniy
12.07.17 Russia Samara Zvezda
14.07.17 Russia Chelyabinsk #cornerplace
15.07.17 Russia Tyumen Yes!Rock! Fest
16.07.17 Russia Yekaterinburg Ben Hall
20.07.17 Australia Adelaide Enigma Bar
21.07.17 Australia Melbourne Evelyn Hotel
22.07.17 Australia Canberra The Basement
23.07.17 Australia Sydney Oxford Art Factory
24.07.17 Australia Newcastle The Small Ballroom
26.07.17 Australia Brisbane Crowbar

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