THERAPY? To Open For THE ROLLING STONES In Belgium
Ireland's THERAPY? will support THE ROLLING STONES on September 7 at Werchter Park in Werchter, Belgium. Also set to appear on the bill are HOOVERPHONIC, CLOUSEAU, and DE MENS.
"Some people have expressed 'concern' about us playing this kind of show," the band write on their official web site. "To be honest, as THERAPY? are a rock and roll band and THE ROLLING STONES pretty much helped invent the genre, it makes perfect sense to us. THERAPY? are non-exclusive with their audience and we relish the challenge of playing in front of an audience who might never have heard us before. After all what could be more boring than preaching to the converted. We love THE STONES... Fred and Barney, that is..."
THERAPY?'s latest CD, "High Anxiety", was released in the U.S. in early May through Spitfire Records. "High Anxiety" was recorded at Parkgate Studios near Hastings, U.K. under the watchful eye of producer Pete Bartlett and marks the recording debut with the group of drummer Neil Cooper (ex-BEYOND/CABLE).
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