And So I Watch You From Afar will play Irish gigs in December ten years on from the release of their self-titled debut album.
After a show at Camden Assembly in London next month, ASIWYFA have got some early memories to look back on with gigs in Kilkenny, Limerick, Cork, Galway and Dublin.
It wasn’t long after the 2009 release of the And So I Watch You From Afar LP that Live4ever got our first taste of the band: “Experiences such as this momentous gathering are ones that have been and will be few and far between, a heartfelt gift from four guys who, despite having been around the globe, haven’t forgotten where they come from,” the first live review reads.
“The exclusivity of this ‘in your living room’ proximity gig made it one the lucky sixty in attendance shouldn’t brush off as a common occurrence.”
“The instrumental centrepiece of the empty showroom took up their positions. Rory, Tony and Johnny, in a not so accidental triangular formation facing drummer Chris Wee, enclosed by the surrounding sixty and with a dead air about to be congested with laughter, took song requests and every so often some galactically-sized balls out rock.”
21 – London, Camden Assembly
27 – Kilkenny, Set Theatre
28 – Limerick, Dolans
29 – Cork, Cyprus Avenue
30 – Galway, Roisin Dubh
31 – Dublin, Whelans