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The Week That Was

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THE XX + ST JUST VIGILANTES
ICA
Thursday 6 November 2008

£8.50 ADV

The Week That Was’s self-titled debut album, written and recorded in late 2007 by Field Music’s Peter Brewis at the band’s 8 Studio in Sunderland, emerged from an imagined crime thriller dreamt up by Peter and inspired by Paul Auster’s labyrinthine storytelling. Musically the record is an expansive tribute, paying direct homage to the wildly ambitious Linn Drum and Fairlight experiments of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel and Tin Drum-era Japan.

Tonight, for the first time, the band will play the album from start to finish backed with strings, marimba and visuals manipulated from the stage by the band themselves.



The Week That Was

The Week That Was

THE XX + ST JUST VIGILANTES
ICA
Thursday 6 November 2008

£8.50 ADV

The Week That Was’s self-titled debut album, written and recorded in late 2007 by Field Music’s Peter Brewis at the band’s 8 Studio in Sunderland, emerged from an imagined crime thriller dreamt up by Peter and inspired by Paul Auster’s labyrinthine storytelling. Musically the record is an expansive tribute, paying direct homage to the wildly ambitious Linn Drum and Fairlight experiments of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel and Tin Drum-era Japan.

Tonight, for the first time, the band will play the album from start to finish backed with strings, marimba and visuals manipulated from the stage by the band themselves.



The Week That Was

The Week That Was

THE XX + ST JUST VIGILANTES
ICA
Thursday 6 November 2008

£8.50 ADV

The Week That Was’s self-titled debut album, written and recorded in late 2007 by Field Music’s Peter Brewis at the band’s 8 Studio in Sunderland, emerged from an imagined crime thriller dreamt up by Peter and inspired by Paul Auster’s labyrinthine storytelling. Musically the record is an expansive tribute, paying direct homage to the wildly ambitious Linn Drum and Fairlight experiments of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel and Tin Drum-era Japan.

Tonight, for the first time, the band will play the album from start to finish backed with strings, marimba and visuals manipulated from the stage by the band themselves.



The Week That Was

The Week That Was

THE XX + ST JUST VIGILANTES
ICA
Thursday 6 November 2008

£8.50 ADV

The Week That Was’s self-titled debut album, written and recorded in late 2007 by Field Music’s Peter Brewis at the band’s 8 Studio in Sunderland, emerged from an imagined crime thriller dreamt up by Peter and inspired by Paul Auster’s labyrinthine storytelling. Musically the record is an expansive tribute, paying direct homage to the wildly ambitious Linn Drum and Fairlight experiments of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel and Tin Drum-era Japan.

Tonight, for the first time, the band will play the album from start to finish backed with strings, marimba and visuals manipulated from the stage by the band themselves.



The Week That Was

The Week That Was

THE XX + ST JUST VIGILANTES
ICA
Thursday 6 November 2008

£8.50 ADV

The Week That Was’s self-titled debut album, written and recorded in late 2007 by Field Music’s Peter Brewis at the band’s 8 Studio in Sunderland, emerged from an imagined crime thriller dreamt up by Peter and inspired by Paul Auster’s labyrinthine storytelling. Musically the record is an expansive tribute, paying direct homage to the wildly ambitious Linn Drum and Fairlight experiments of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel and Tin Drum-era Japan.

Tonight, for the first time, the band will play the album from start to finish backed with strings, marimba and visuals manipulated from the stage by the band themselves.



The Week That Was

The Week That Was

THE XX + ST JUST VIGILANTES
ICA
Thursday 6 November 2008

£8.50 ADV

The Week That Was’s self-titled debut album, written and recorded in late 2007 by Field Music’s Peter Brewis at the band’s 8 Studio in Sunderland, emerged from an imagined crime thriller dreamt up by Peter and inspired by Paul Auster’s labyrinthine storytelling. Musically the record is an expansive tribute, paying direct homage to the wildly ambitious Linn Drum and Fairlight experiments of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel and Tin Drum-era Japan.

Tonight, for the first time, the band will play the album from start to finish backed with strings, marimba and visuals manipulated from the stage by the band themselves.



The Week That Was

The Week That Was

THE XX + ST JUST VIGILANTES
ICA
Thursday 6 November 2008

£8.50 ADV

The Week That Was’s self-titled debut album, written and recorded in late 2007 by Field Music’s Peter Brewis at the band’s 8 Studio in Sunderland, emerged from an imagined crime thriller dreamt up by Peter and inspired by Paul Auster’s labyrinthine storytelling. Musically the record is an expansive tribute, paying direct homage to the wildly ambitious Linn Drum and Fairlight experiments of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel and Tin Drum-era Japan.

Tonight, for the first time, the band will play the album from start to finish backed with strings, marimba and visuals manipulated from the stage by the band themselves.



The Week That Was

The Week That Was

THE XX + ST JUST VIGILANTES
ICA
Thursday 6 November 2008

£8.50 ADV

The Week That Was’s self-titled debut album, written and recorded in late 2007 by Field Music’s Peter Brewis at the band’s 8 Studio in Sunderland, emerged from an imagined crime thriller dreamt up by Peter and inspired by Paul Auster’s labyrinthine storytelling. Musically the record is an expansive tribute, paying direct homage to the wildly ambitious Linn Drum and Fairlight experiments of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel and Tin Drum-era Japan.

Tonight, for the first time, the band will play the album from start to finish backed with strings, marimba and visuals manipulated from the stage by the band themselves.



The Week That Was

The Week That Was

THE XX + ST JUST VIGILANTES
ICA
Thursday 6 November 2008

£8.50 ADV

The Week That Was’s self-titled debut album, written and recorded in late 2007 by Field Music’s Peter Brewis at the band’s 8 Studio in Sunderland, emerged from an imagined crime thriller dreamt up by Peter and inspired by Paul Auster’s labyrinthine storytelling. Musically the record is an expansive tribute, paying direct homage to the wildly ambitious Linn Drum and Fairlight experiments of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel and Tin Drum-era Japan.

Tonight, for the first time, the band will play the album from start to finish backed with strings, marimba and visuals manipulated from the stage by the band themselves.







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