Get tickets: Earthless bring their sonic journey to Birmingham this month

Brought to us by local promoters Surprise You’re Dead Music, Californian heavy psych-rock trio, Earthless, will be bringing their sonic journey to the Hare and Hounds stage on Sunday July 29th.

Gaining a justified reputation as California’s ‘loudest band’ and ‘masters of the mind-bending jam session’, Golden Void leader, Isaiah Mitchell, along with bassist Mike Eginton and OFF! drummer Mario Rubalcaba, have been creating their kaleidoscopic music of ‘lava and lightning’ since 2001 and show no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

The band are currently touring in support of their fourth studio album, Black Heaven, recorded at the infamous Rancho De La Luna Studios in Joshua Tree, California, which is available now via Nuclear Blast Records.

Support on the evening comes from Tee Pee Records pysch rockers, Ruby The Hatchet.

Tickets are available here and full tour dates are below.

July

29 – Birmingham, Hare and Hounds
30 – Glasgow, The Classic Grand
31 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club

August

1 – Brighton, The Haunt

English and Media Studies graduate, frequent traveler, vinyl and vintage enthusiast….fan of delta blues, folk, 60s/70s rock, psychedelia and the many gaps in between. Favourite artists include Wooden Shjips, Radio Moscow, All Them Witches and too many others to mention.


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Louise Spears

English and Media Studies graduate, frequent traveler, vinyl and vintage enthusiast....fan of delta blues, folk, 60s/70s rock, psychedelia and the many gaps in between. Favourite artists include Wooden Shjips, Radio Moscow, All Them Witches and too many others to mention.