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Watch Therapy? Play The Smallest Show Of Their Lives

The legendary alt.rock trio hit The K! Pit. Hard!

When Therapy? formed in Northern Ireland back in 1989 they played whenever and wherever they could. At no point, however, did they play a show quite as small as Blondies.

Earlier this month, the three-piece of Andy Cairns (guitar, vocals), Michael The Evil Priest’ McKeegan (bass) and Neil Cooper (drums) stopped off en route to play shows in Belgium to pay a visit to Kerrang!’s favourite East London dive bar. 

The legendary alt.rock trio blazed through a short set in front of 50 of their most rabid fans – a number of whom had travelled from as far afield and Southampton and Middlesborough to watch the show. 

The result was a blistering set that was captured for posterity by Kerrang! and which we will live stream via our Facebook page tomorrow evening at 7pm GMT. Join us then and marvel at the chaotic scenes as they unfold.

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The band also kick off their UK tour in November in support of their recently acclaimed, 4‑K rated album Cleave. Catch them at the following venues:

08 Cardiff The Globe
09 Southampton Engine Rooms
10 Norwich Waterfront
11 Nottingham Rescue Rooms
12 Glasgow Garage
13 Sheffield o2 Academy 2
15 Stoke Sugarmill
16 Manchester Gorilla
17 Leeds Brudenell
19 Brighton Concorde 2
20 Bristol SWX
21 Exeter Phoenix
22 London O2 Islington Academy
23 Birmingham Asylum

In the meantime, read our recent interview with the band.

Posted on October 31st 2018, 7:00p.m.
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