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Grandbrothers Announce European Tour October/November & Share New Single “Yonder”

September 13, 2022


Announce European tour in October/November
New track “Yonder” out now on City Slang

With a European tour set to start next month, taking in shows in Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and London, now Grandbrothers give a glimpse at what to expect with their first new music since their 2021 album for City Slang, ‘All The Unknown’.

‘Yonder’ is the new single by Grandbrothers. Having become a live favourite during the last few months, the track was recorded in the studio with additional production and mixing by producer James Greenwood aka. Ghost Culture (Daniel Avery, Haai, Kelly Lee Owens). Channeling the band’s euphoria of finally being able to tour again, this propulsive track creates an undercurrent that you can’t resist being pulled in to.

Speaking on the new single, Grandbrothers comment: “While composing Yonder we were busy preparing our first tour in what felt like an eternity being full of anticipation. Shortly before that the future seemed so unclear and full of obstacles – pretty much like a ride into the unknown. When the fog lifted we felt a certain euphoria and this is how ‘Yonder’ began to come to life.

We ended up putting this track together in a live version really quickly and immediately thought that this was the track we needed to end our shows with. Fast forward a few months and we have the best memories from playing this track looking into the happy faces of our audience giving us enormous energy on stage.”

The new single transports the audience into the center of the expressive piece. Built on the magnitude of prominent and piercing textures colliding with the insatiable beat and this dreamy landscape. The intensity of the journey fluctuates throughout keeping this unpredictable nature at the pulse of the ensemble, as the ensemble grows and shifts the mesmeric melody cements the addictive passages and becomes this must-hear, must-experience release.

Grandbrothers live dates:
08 Oct – Milan, IT – Le Cannibale E Farout At Base
20 Oct – Cork, IE – Live At St. Lukes
21 Oct – Kilkenny, IE – Set Theatre
23 Oct – Dublin, IE – National Concert Hall
24 Oct – Manchester, UK – Band On The Wall
25 Oct – Glasgow, UK – Mono
26 Oct – Birmingham, UK – Hare And Hounds
27 Oct – London, UK – Islington Assembly Hall

28 Oct – Utrecht, NL – Tivoli Vredenburg
29 Oct – Luxembourg, LU – Rotondes
30 Oct – Frankfurt, DE – Zoom
31 Oct – Hamburg, DE – Kampnagel
01 Nov – Berlin, DE – SO36
02 Nov – Düsseldorf, DE – New Fall Festival
03 Nov – Wien, AT – Flex
23 Nov – Toulouse, FR – Le Metronum
24 Nov – Barcelona, ES – Razzmatazz
25 Nov – Madrid, ES – Cafe Berlin
26 Nov – Valladolid, ES – Museo Patio Herreriano
27 Nov – Lisbon, PT – Musicbox


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