THERAPY? To Play One-Off Show In Toronto
Irish rockers THERAPY? will play a one-off concert in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on June 8 as part of the North By Northeast (NXNE) Music & Film Festival and Conference. The gig will mark the band's first appearance in the city in 11 years.
Upcoming THERAPY? shows:
Jun. 08 - El Macombo, NxNE Festival - Toronto, Canada
Jun. 16 - Novarock Festival - Nickelsdorf, Austria
Jun. 17 - Greenfield Festival – Interlaken, Switzerland
Jun. 30 - TRF Festival - Green Water, Slovakia
Jul. 28 - Hrachovka - Czech Republic
A 30-minute video interview with THERAPY?, conducted before the band's April 17, 2007 concert in Bucharest, Romania, has been posted online at Metalhead.ro. A photo gallery from the show is available for viewing here.
A compilation of THERAPY?'s various BBC recordings was released on February 26. It was available exclusively on iTunes for two weeks, and then through all good download stores.
THERAPY?'s latest album, "One Cure Fits All", was released in April 2006. The follow-up to 2004's "Never Apologise Never Explain" was produced by Pedro Ferriera, who had previously worked with COLOUR OF FIRE, THE DARKNESS and TOKYO DRAGONS, among others.
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