Milagres! Tour dates

March 2011
08 – Chapel Hill, NC @ Nightlight
09 – Athens, GA @ Rye Bar
10 – Atlanta, GA @ Star Bar
11 – Savannah, GA @ Savannah Stopover Festival
12 – Birmingham, AL @ The Nick
15 – Ft Worth, TX @ Lola’s
16 – Austin, TX @ SXSW – Lipstick 24/irockiroll day party
16 – Austin, TX @ SXSW – Red Eyed Fly/Noisepop day party
17 – Austin, TX @ SXSW – Plush/Not SXSW party
18 – Austin, TX @ SXSW – tba
19 – Austin, TX @ SXSW – tba
20 – Austin, TX @ SXSW – tba
22 – Santa Fe, NM @ Corazon
24 – Scottsdale, AZ @ Rogue Bar
26 – San Diego, CA @ Tin Can Ale
27 – Santa Monica, CA @ Central SAPC
29 – San Francisco, CA @ Hotel Utah
30 – Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios
31 – Seattle, WA @ Rendezvous
April 2011
03 – Pueblo, CO @ Red Raven Studios
04 – Denver, CO @ The Walnut Room
05 – Kansas City, The Record Bar
06 – Muncie, IN @ Village Green Records
07 – Chicago, IL @ Double Door
09 – Madison, WI @ University of Wisconsin
21 – Brooklyn, NY @ Rock Shop
22 – Winooski, VT @ Monkey House
23 – Portland, ME @ One Longfellow Square
25 – Boston, MA @ TT the Bear’s

>From a trench filled with sugar and super glue came Milagres, with its five cooperating hands. Milagres noticed the birds nesting above its stoop in Brooklyn and decided to deal with the potential consequences instead of removing the nest.
Songs were written over the course of years, some were etched magnetically into long shiny strands of plastic, or coded into virtual space. Others were lost forever. Some reached out to touch folks, others were medicinal and sticky – acquired tastes.

A lot of things happened to Milagres. They fell thousands of feet, they lost their senses, and they had to piece things back together numerous times. Along the way, they climbed mountains, rocks, trees and fire escapes to observe the places they were in. Eventually, they took what they learned and built a land bridge of somber and quiet beauty. It was an album called Seven Summits.

Milagres crossed the bridge they made, fell apart, and put themselves back together again. They moved into an elaborate zone of shinier, newer toys and bigger risks. A thousand planes flew overhead and dropped mysterious packages, hanging from colorful parachutes. Flowers, samplers and microbrews were everywhere. Milagres drank, ate, danced and went skinny-dipping before settling in to make something indescribable in a blue house next to a waterfall.

Eventually, a new album, Glowing Mouth took a glistening, dark shape. It was certainly the best thing they’d ever made and they were overcome with a desire to share their creation with the world they’d left behind in order to create it. Lost, Milagres collected their belongings, and forged out into the vast, mechanical wilderness, seeking other beings with which they could laugh, make noise and talk about robots.

In 2011, Milagres releases these new commitments to tape and travels deep into your heart via your iPhones, festivals and jukeboxes. Help them find their way in!

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Author: James McQuiston

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

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