Wednesday 22 March 2017

Sacrifice & Bliss

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Photo courtesy of  Samantha Regen
Infectiously catchy experimental Rock duo, Sacrifice & Bliss release their outrageously good new single Kyrie, out Friday 28th April 2017. Ralph gave it a pre-release spin on the Radio KC Indie Show last Sunday and the Electro-Rock innovators from London are set to hit the ground running this spring, touring alongside fellow Indie-Rock tastemakers Dantevilles.

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Sacrifice & Bliss are inventive and enigmatic, with all instruments spiking excitingly throughout Kyrie providing a glorious tickle on the balls of your eardrum (yes, they exist – it’s science). This huge synth-laden Rock banger combines light and darkness to great effect with medieval & gothic influences triumphantly merged with rampantly upbeat electro synths. 

Unbelievably, with such a vast array of influences from Sly and The Family Stone to Radiohead, Sacrifice & Bliss have created something truly original whilst providing a curiously fulfilling helping of familiarity.

Image may contain: one or more people, people playing musical instruments, people sitting, night and guitarKyrie is packed full of the now trademarked and contagiously addictive riffs that fans have come to expect from guitar genius John K Lucy. Adapted from a Gregorian chant and with lyrics throughout Kyrie sung in part Greek, part Italian and part English, the distinctive vocals of co-songwriter and bassist Roger Hany put him as the front-runner for your new favourite frontman with soaring highs that Matt Bellamy of Muse would be jealous of.

Image may contain: 1 person, glasses and indoorFrontman Roger Hany explains that Kyrie was written about “the giving of yourself to that which is bigger or greater than yourself”.

Capturing the attention of the masses with sold out shows supporting the likes of 90’s Britpop icons My Life Story, 60’s Rock icon Arthur Brown and Folk Rock favourite’s Blackbeard’s Tea Party, it’s no wonder the duo have already been picked up by BBC Introducing and 6 Music with previous single Hit Me achieving multiple track of the week status’ across 40+ radio stations.

Sacrifice & Bliss live dates as follows...

18/03 Watford, Flag Supporting Dantevilles
23/03 Liverpool, Shipping Forecast Supporting Dantevilles
24/03 Glasgow, McChuills Supporting Dantevilles
26/03 Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge Supporting Dantevilles
27/03 London, Servant Jazz Quarters Supporting Dantevilles
28/03 Bristol, Louisiana Supporting Dantevilles
30/03 Stowmarket, John Peel Centre Supporting Dantevilles
01/04 Southampton, Joiners Supporting Dantevilles

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