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If you fancy giving us a vote please head over. Let’s see if we can give Black Sabbath a kicking! Who’d have thought it!
Vote for us:
http://terrarelicta.com/index.php/home/ ... the-finals
Many Thanks xxxx
5th April – Fulford Arms – YORK UK
10th April – Poppodium Nieuwe NOR – HEERLEN HOLLAND
12th April – Resurrection – KAISERSLAUTEN GERMANY
26th April – Convergence – CHICAGO USA
We are also playing Alt-Fest in August
Think Local … Cloth Cat Music Charity in Leeds, which does excellent work teaching all aspects of music (including how great it is just to get involved) in an effort to improve people’s lives. With most of their funding being stopped over the last 3 years every donation really counts….
Think Global … Friends of The Earth. And in this time of ridiculous greed, our planet certainly needs all the friends she can get.
Think Ahead … Macmillan Cancer Support. A charity particularly close to our hearts, and one that most families rely on at some point in their lives.
And the rather nice folks at Pledge Music are right now sending off some well-needed cheques to these organisations. And it is your money! So give yourself a pat on the back and modestly tell your friends you do a bit of work for charidee. And thank you.
There are 3 more days to order the Seraphim t-shirts guaranteed in your size. Especially relevant if you fancy Ladies sizes, Kids sizes, and Hoodies. You can pick up at gigs for a major discount.
The band will be starting the print run on the 10th October, to ensure shirts are ready for the first gigs on the Made Glorious tour... Hebden Bridge Trades Club on Saturday the 26th October and Preston Continental on Sunday 27th (with Flesh For Lulu, The Inca Babies and John Hyatt from The Three Johns).
All the info on this, and the tour, and the lyrics to the album are available on the new official Violets website at www.marchviolets.com
Buy your goodies online here:
If you're going to one of the upcoming gigs you can save yourself the postage by arranging to collect in person:
http://marchviolets.co.uk/merchandise/m ... llect.html
Note: please only use the 'collect' option if you are absolutely and definitely going to one of the gigs listed. Check the purchase options for CDs and for tees before purchase. If in doubt, please use the 'buy online' option and the band will ship your swag out to you ASAP.
The March Violets were a great band...
...A really great band. They were labelmates with The Sisters of Mercy, yet darker and infinitely more messed up than them, and through constant gigging they became integral to the whole Leeds/M62 scene in the early/mid 1980s. We loved them, John Peel loved them, and we assume you loved them too. And now they're back!
Sadly, there are still very few websites about The March Violets. Which is where we come in. You and us.
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Play loud, play purple.