Gengahr Announce One-off Exhibition With members of Alt-J, Bombay Bicycle Club and Slaves

Gengahr Announce One-off Exhibition With members of Alt-J, Bombay Bicycle Club and Slaves

GENGAHR ANNOUNCE ONE-OFF ART EXHIBITION

WITH MEMBERS OF ALT-J, BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB AND SLAVES

TAKES PLACE AT HACKNEY’S A-SIDE B-SIDE GALLERY

FROM AUGUST 7TH – 11TH  (FREE ENTRY)
With their debut album ‘A Dream Outside’ now soundtracking summers across the globe, London four-piece Gengahr are thrilled to announce a one-off exhibition at Hackney’s A-Side B-Side Gallery, alongside a host of musical cohorts.

Hosted by Gengahr and showcasing artwork from the band’s Hugh Schulte (bass), the exhibition will also feature works from Thom Green (Alt-J), Ed Nash (Bombay Bicycle Club) and Laurie Vincent (Slaves). Speaking on the event,
Hugh says:
“Ed and I went to college together so it’s something we have been thinking about doing for a while. I’m also a massive fan of Thom and Laurie’s art and  felt it was too much of a lovely coincidence that I have gotten to know all these guys who paint alongside their musical careers. I feel their work is under acknowledged and after a few late night conversations we all agreed it’d be a really nice thing to do. I’m looking forward to their artwork being centre stage for a week. “

LISTEN TO THE NEW SINGLE ‘FILL MY GUMS WITH BLOOD’

The free entry event will run from August 7th to August 11th
The band have recently announced a run of European headline shows following their UK tour later this year.

OCTOBER
06 Brighton, Komedia
07 Bristol, Exchange
08 London, Scala (tickets)
09 Nottingham, Bodega
10 Oxford, The Bullingdon
12 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
13 Norwich, Arts Centre
14 Cambridge, Portland Arms
16 Manchester, Deaf Institute
17 Leeds, Wardrobe
19 Glasgow, King Tuts
20 Newcastle, Think Tank
21 Sheffield, The Harley
23 Paris, Point Ephemere
24 Brussels, Botanique / Rotonde
26 Amsterdam, Paradiso
27 Hamburg, Molotow
28 Copenhagen, Beta
30 Stockholm, Debaser Ballroom
31 Oslo, Revolver

NOVEMBER
02 Berlin, Magnet
03 Vienna, Flex
05 Milan, Magnolia Club
06 Zurich, Plaza
07 Lausanne, Le Romandie (w/ Ezra Furman)
08 Munich, Milla

Debut album, A Dream Outside, is out now via Transgressive Records

5/5 – DIY Magazine
8/10 – NME
4/5 – Kerrang
4/5 Guardian

iTunes: http://geni.us/3xD / CD/Vinyl: http://gengahr.com/

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