THERAPY? Drummer To Sit Out Festival Shows

Due to "family commitments," drummer Neil Cooper of Irish rockers THERAPY? will sit out the band's festival shows in July and early August. Alan Lynn from LA FARO will fill in for the July shows and Adam Sinclair (engineer, mixer, producer of the THERAPY? albums "Crooked Timber" and "A Brief Crack Of Light") will sit behind the kit for the August dates . THERAPY? says, "Anyone familiar with their work will know the THERAPY? drum throne is in good hands until Neil returns mid-August."

Affected dates:

Jul. 13 - Castle Clam - Klam, Austria
Jul. 14 - Forest Glade Festival - Wiesen, Austria
Jul. 15 - Bokpop Festival - Valkenburg, Holland
Jul. 21 - Glasgowbury Festival - Eagles Rock, Draperstown, Northern Ireland, UK
Aug. 02 - Casablanca Festival - Hemiksem, Belgium
Aug. 03 - Nirwana Tuinfeest Festival - Lierop, Holland
Aug. 04 - Lott Festival - Raversbeuren, Germany

"Living In The Shadow Of The Terrible Thing", the latest video from THERAPY?, can be seen below. The clip was filmed with British video directors Sitcom Soldiers. The song comes off THERAPY?'s 13th album, "A Brief Crack Of Light", which was released on February 6 via Blast Records. The CD was recorded at Blast Studios in Newcastle and was produced by the band and Adam Sinclair. The artwork was created by acclaimed artist Nigel Rolfe, who previously worked on THERAPY?'s "Troublegum" and "Suicide Pact - You First" albums. The "Living In The Shadow Of The Terrible Thing" single will precede the full-length effort on January 23.

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