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Long Distance Calling 14.02.23 Rebellion UK-Manchester

Tuesday, 14 February 2023

UK-Manchester, Rebellion

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€18.00*

Canceled
Long Distance Calling 15.02.23 Boston Music Room UK-London

Wednesday, 15 February 2023

UK-London, Boston Music Room

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€20.00*

Long Distance Calling 16.02.23 Hall Of Fame NL-Tilburg

Thursday, 16 February 2023

NL-Tilburg, Hall Of Fame

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€17.00*

Long Distance Calling 17.02.23 Mergener Hof Trier

Friday, 17 February 2023

Trier, Mergener Hof

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€43.05*

Long Distance Calling 18.02.23 Backstage by the Mill FR-Paris

Saturday, 18 February 2023

FR-Paris, Backstage by the Mill

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€24.00*

Long Distance Calling 19.02.23 Kiff CH-Aarau

Sunday, 19 February 2023

CH-Aarau, Kiff

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€35.00*

Long Distance Calling 21.02.23 Chelsea AT-Wien

Tuesday, 21 February 2023

AT-Wien, Chelsea

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€25.00*

Canceled
Long Distance Calling 22.02.23 Kamienna 12 PL-Krakau

Wednesday, 22 February 2023

PL-Krakau, Kamienna 12

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€14.00*

Canceled
Long Distance Calling 12.03.23 Substage Karlsruhe

Sunday, 12 March 2023

Karlsruhe, Substage

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€43.05*

Canceled
Long Distance Calling 14.03.23 Batschkapp Frankfurt

Tuesday, 14 March 2023

Frankfurt, Batschkapp

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€43.90*

Long Distance Calling 15.03.23 Kantine Köln

Wednesday, 15 March 2023

Köln, Kantine

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€43.90*

Long Distance Calling 16.03.23 Forum Bielefeld

Thursday, 16 March 2023

Bielefeld, Forum

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€43.90*

Long Distance Calling 17.03.23 Musikzentrum Hannover

Friday, 17 March 2023

Hannover, Musikzentrum

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€44.05*

Long Distance Calling 18.03.23 Gruenspan Hamburg

Saturday, 18 March 2023

Hamburg, Gruenspan

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€44.05*

Long Distance Calling 19.03.23 Frannz Berlin

Sunday, 19 March 2023

Berlin, Frannz Club

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€44.15*

Long Distance Calling 21.03.23 UT Connewitz Leipzig

Tuesday, 21 March 2023

Leipzig, UT Connewitz

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€44.05*

Long Distance Calling 22.03.23 Backstage Werk München

Wednesday, 22 March 2023

München, Backstage Werk

(Eraser Tour 2023)

tickets from
€44.15*

Long Distance Calling 27.07.23 Burg Herzberg Festival 2023 Fulda

Thursday, 27 July 2023

Fulda, Burg Herzberg Festival 2023

tickets from
€187.00*

Long Distance Calling 30.07.23 Radar Festival UK-Manchester

28.-30.07.23

UK-Manchester, Radar Festival

tickets from
€155.00*

Long Distance Calling 18.08.23 Summer Breeze Wittelshoffen

16.-19.08.23

Wittelshofen, Summer Breeze

tickets from
€199.00*

Nothing can turn back the tides of time or stop their inexorable forward grind, but music can always be relied upon to make the journey more enjoyable. LONG DISTANCE CALLING have been expressing the inexpressible for the last 16 years, ploughing their primarily instrumental furrow with the skill and dexterity of true sonic artisans. From the crisp and stirring post-rock of early albums like seminal debut Satellite Bay (2007) and its classic, multi-faceted follow-up, Avoid The Light (2009), through to the increasingly sophisticated, adventurous and genre-blurring likes of Trips (2016) and Boundless (2018), the Münster quartet – guitarists David Jordan and Florian Füntmann, bassist Jan Hoffman and drummer Janosch Rathmer - have become a modern benchmark for imaginative, progressive and proudly eccentric heavy (and not so heavy) music.

With a reputation as a formidable and dynamic live band, not least due to multiple European tours and high profile festival appearances, LONG DISTANCE CALLING have been building towards some kind of crescendo of artistry and opportunity for some time now. In 2020, despite being unable to hit the road, the band released their seventh and most absorbing full-length to date, How Do We Want To Live? An intricate but deeply satisfying concept piece, it showcased the ongoing expansion of the LONG DISTANCE CALLING sound, and received widespread plaudits as a result. Unable to take their new music directly to the people this time around, they instead decided to throw themselves enthusiastically into the creative process all over again.

The end result of all that creativity is surely destined to be one of the great progressive records of the year. LONG DISTANCE CALLING’s eighth album is titled Eraser: a direct and heartfelt tribute to the gradual erosion of nature at the hands of mankind. Eraser will be released August 26th and is dedicated to the world’s endangered species, with each song representing one particular creature facing extinction.

First single Kamilah on April 22nd honours the gorilla with a wildly dynamic journey through blissful, shimmering post-rock vistas, urgent and muscular metallic crescendos, and a profoundly melodic and melancholy denouement.

Immersive, progressive and endlessly inventive, Eraser is another self-evident career peak from these dedicated musical mavericks. When a global pandemic threatened to knock LONG DISTANCE CALLING off course, they simply devoted their energies to making more new music, and wound up writing their finest ever record in the process.