Grapevine Airwaves 2012

October 22, 2012

Postcards From The Edge – Noise

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Postcards From the Edge is our cheeky little Airwaves feature where bands who are currently on tour outside of Iceland, send us short tales of where they are and of the great shows they’re playing at, while regaling us with stories of sheep rustling, confused sexuality, and how the bass player got arrested by the local rozzers for urinating on a historically important local monument. Well, some of the bands anyway…

Our latest instalment in the series comes from anthemic grunge upstarts NOISE, as they currently hit the towns and cities of Northern England on a short tour. Take it away guys!

 

Hello Airwaves Grapevine readers

We just arrived in Manchester last Wednesday for our U.K tour, which is going great!
We are also rehearsing new songs in Bolton, for our next LP which will be recorded in the beginning of November  so there’s a lot of work to be done. We have had an amazing time so far and we will leave the U.K with a lot of good memories. The U.K part of the tour will come to an end in Preston on the 23rd, and then it’s time for The Iceland Airwaves Festival!

We look forward to seeing you all at Airwaves, it will be FUN!

Cheers from England =)
-NOISE-



About the Author

Bob Cluness
Bob Cluness
Did you know that Bob Cluness was raised by wolves in a Sanctuary in Finland? And that Billy Connolly is his real dad? That when he was 16, he invented the @ symbol? And that it was actually him who wrote the song "Svefn G- Englar," while on an absinthe binge in Selfoss? Actually neither does he. We keep having to re-programme his brain to ensure that he never finds out the horrible truth. To keep him sedated, we shove him in the corner of the Grapevine offices and feed him raw lamb and I Adapt CDs. We also give him a blog for him to write down his incessant babble. Don't approach him if spotted. Call the police if you do come across him on Laugavegur.




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