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Gengahr Unveil New Song Burning Air

Thursday, 08 March 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Mahaneela

Gengahr have shared a new song.

Burning Air is the final track to be lifted from their new album, 'Where Wildness Grows', prior to its arrival tomorrow. Discussing it, singer and guitarist Felix Bushe said:

“‘Burning Air’ is a song that screams for integrity. Spits at social climbing, snarls at fairness and champions authenticity and hard work. Sarcastic and truthful in equal measure, it aims to smash through the glass ceiling above us all and cover us in the shard of other peoples insincerity.”

The band will follow up the record's release with a European and UK tour, which includes a show at KOKO in London and a stop at Leicester's Handmade Festival. Check below for dates.

They will also host their Gengahr and Friends exhibition at Hackney's A Side / B Side Gallery between March 14 and 20. It will feature original artwork from the band’s bassist Hugh Schulte, alongside pieces from members of Alt-J, Mystery Jets, Marika Hackman, Slaves, Toothless and Puppy.

Gengahr Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat April 21 2018 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Think Tank?
Sun April 22 2018 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Mon April 23 2018 - GLASGOW King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
Tue April 24 2018 - MANCHESTER Manchester Gorilla
Thu April 26 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Hare and Hounds
Fri April 27 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
Sat April 28 2018 - BRISTOL Thekla
Sun April 29 2018 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
Mon April 30 2018 - CAMBRIDGE Portland Arms
Wed May 02 2018 - BRIGHTON Haunt
Thu May 03 2018 - LONDON KOKO
Fri May 04 2018 - CARDIFF Globe

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