Former THE GATHERING Singer Performs On Dutch TV; Video Available

On October 29, former THE GATHERING vocalist Anneke van Giersbergen and her current band, AGUA DE ANNIQUE, took part in an interview and performance on the Dutch TV show "De Wereld Draait Door". Video of their appearance can be viewed below.

Three songs from AGUA DE ANNIQUE's new album, "In Your Room", are available for streaming at the band's official web site.

"In Your Room" will be released on October 30. The 12-song effort was written entirely by Anneke except for two tracks: "Just Fine" was co-written with Devin Townsend and "Adore" was composed by AGUA DE ANNIQUE bassist Jacques de Haard and Cyril Crutz.

The "Hey Okay!" single was made available on October 6.

Upcoming AGUA DE ANNIQUE shows:

Nov. 12 - Oosterpoort - Groningen, NL
Nov. 13 - Doornroosje - Nijmegen, NL
Nov. 14 - Melkweg - Amsterdam, NL
Nov. 15 - Effenaar - Eindhoven, NL

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