The Red Paintings & New Years Day – London Barfly Tonight (22nd November)

The Red Paintings & New Years Day – London Barfly Tonight (22nd November)

The Red Paintings To Support New Years Day In London, Whitby Goth Festival 2016 Appearance Confirmed

Following a highly successful UK headline tour, art rockers The Red Paintings have been announced as special guests to New Years Day at their show at The Barfly, London this Sunday (22nd November). They will join The Dirty Youth in supporting New Years Day at what promises to be one of the most anticipated intimate shows that will take place over the rest of 2015!
2015 has seen The Red Paintings travel all over the globe in support of their critically acclaimed album The Revolution Is Never Coming. They’ve spent the Summer and early Autumn of 2015 thrilling audiences in Australia and across Europe. The end of last week saw the culmination of a UK tour that saw them impress Fender in London so much they were offered an endorsement on the spot at the end of their mesmerising show at The Borderline, and now London has another chance to see The Red Paintings one of a kind live show.


The Red Paintings are also delighted to announce they will be returning by popular demand to the world famous Whitby Goth Festival in April 2016. The Red Paintings will be performing in the sub-headline slot on Friday the 22nd of April directly before alt-rock legends Therapy?. Tickets for the Whitby Goth Festival can be obtained from the official festival website at http://www.whitbygothweekend.co.uk/. Although it was only this year that The Red Paintings made their debut at Whitby, their return has been highly requested and so The Red Paintings have been more than happy to oblige.

 

Praise for The Red Paintings:

‘A terrifically pompous exercise in orchestral rock;’
Rock Sound
‘A project that richly deserves more attention’
Prog Magazine
“Diverse, colourful, emotionally dynamic”
Metal Hammer
“Like a thrilling manic descent on a violent helter-skelter ride its grandiose absinthe-soaked delirium never wavers.”
Rolling Stone 

Find The Red Paintings Online at the following locations:
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The Red Paintings & New Years Day – London Barfly Tonight (22nd November)