Lafaro announce second album ‘Easy Meat’ & UK Tour



Belfast noise pop act Lafaro second album “Easy Meat” will be released on Monday 3rd October on LP, CD & Digital Download. To co-inside with today’s pre order, Irish label Small Town America have today put up the album in full to stream online. They head out on tour throughout September/October.

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Polar opposite to the delicate poise of the influential jazz bassist Scott LaFaro from which this Belfast quartet takes their name, LaFaro are a wrecking ball of a band. Their rhythmic post-hardcore is designed to pulverize dance floors and leave no bottle of beer undrunk – this is music distilled to its fundamental elements – ‘We hark back to time when rock music was still fun’ states lead rabble-rouser Johnny Black ominously.
Recalling The Jesus Lizard, Shellac, Helmet (with whom the band have toured Europe) and NI heroes Therapy? LaFaro have character, chops and emotion oozing through every seedy riff ‘I love to write about life’s dark little secrets – the things we all know happen but never get discussed’.

Tour dates:

Saturday 24th September – Tunnels – Aberdeen CLUB NIGHT
Monday 26th September – Stereo, Glasgow [TICKETS]
Tuesday 27th September – Sneaky Petes, Edinburgh [TICKETS]
Wednesday 28th September – Shipping Forecast, Liverpool [TICKETS]
Thursday 29th September – The Well, Leeds [TICKETS]
Friday 30th September – FAC:251, Manchester [TICKETS]
Saturday 1st October – Live Lounge, Blackburn FREE ENTRY
Sunday 2nd October – Corporation, Sheffield [TICKETS]
Monday 3rd October – Boileroom, Guilford [TICKETS]
Tuesday 4th October – Portland Arms, Cambridge [TICKETS]
Wednesday 5th October – Garage, London [TICKETS]
Thursday 6th October – Joiners, Sounthampton [TICKETS]
Friday 7th October – Forum, Tunbridge Wells [TICKETS]
Saturday 8th October – Buffalo, Cardiff [TICKETS]
Sunday 9th October – The Croft, Bristol [TICKETS]
Monday 10th October – Stereo, York [TICKETS]
Tuesday 11th October – The Rainbow, Birmingham [TICKETS]

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