Klaxons Tour, Play With Mystery Jets

FROM THE NOT SO DISTANT PAST TO THE VERY NEAR FUTURE, KLAXONS PREPARE FOR ANOTHER
ROUND OF SCI-FI FUTURE LOVE ACROSS THE USA WITH MAGICK, MYSTERY JETS,
A TOUCH OF SH*T DISCO & A LITTLE BIT OF BJORK

9/23 Boston MA – Paradise Rock Club*
9/24 New York NY – Madison Square Garden (with Bjork)
9/26 Los Angeles CA – Henry Fonda Theatre*
9/28 San Francisco CA – The Fillmore*
9/30 Seattle WA – The Showbox*
10/01 Vancouver BC – Commodore Ballroom*
10/04 Boulder CO – Fox Theatre
10/05 Lawrence KS – The Bottleneck
10/06 Chicago IL – Vic Theatre**
10/08 Washington DC – 9.30 Club**
10/09 Philadelphia PA – The Fillmore @ Theatre of Living Arts**
10/10 Toronto ON – Opera House Concert Venue**
*with Mystery Jets
**with Sh*t Disco

In less than a year since their humble and humid debut performance in an east village basement
back in September 2006, Klaxons have unwittingly created a “genre that doesn’t exist”, have
accidentally reinvented Rave music for hipsters & day glow wear for the catwalk. They’ve baffled
then blown away critics with their intense and awe-inspiring live shows, released a highly acclaimed
and innovative debut album “Myths of the Near Future” that even received a nod from the Thin
White Duke himself. They’ve signed a major record deal with Geffen, won Best New Act at the NME
Awards
, have been nominated for a Mercury Music Award, have predicted the end of the world for
us all and just for good measure, whilst on stage performing their apocalyptic Horsemen of 2012 in France,
Jamie also managed to break a few bones along the way.
You can read Jamie’s statement & Simon’s blog from the road *here*
.


poor jamie reynolds.

Very rarely do we see a band that can turn the sounds, scenes and street culture upside down and
so unexpectedly so. After signing their first UK record deal based upon their first ever live show
together as a band, they then proceeded to play at Glastonbury on their second. Indeed, this
journey has proven to be a fast one for this London based trio and the story for these sci-fi
literary enthusiasts is merely on it’s first chapter.

See Klaxons at Glasto!

Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University. I have been the editor at NeuFutur / neufutur.com since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!

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