Cigarettes & Shameが出しました!

やっと新アルバムが出しました。iTunesやTower Recordsで買うことできますので是非! 昨日のリリースパーティで出演してくれたバンドたちに感謝しています!Solma, TK & The Blues Blasters, Kinlay Band, Soul-D, Scrum Syrup と Jungles、皆んながかっこよかった!さばくばくはつがフォードを出してくれてありがとうございます。いつも素晴らしい写真を撮ってくれている、Alex Mustatea, Marcellus Nealy, Maki Ambo, Kyoko Obayashi:ありがとうございました。アルバムをマスタリングとミックシングしてくれたイオリさん、ありがとうございました。昨日のライブで遊んできて力を貸してくれたの皆んな様、本当にありがとうございました!感動してこれでもっともっと頑張りたくなる!ロックエンドロールばんざい!

Photo by Kyoko Obayashi

Cigarettes & Shameのアルバムリリースが近づいてる

渋谷CYCLONEで9月3日にロックとファンクガールパワーのライブが Tits, Tats & Whiskersのアルバムリリースパーティで行います!女性ボカールがいるバンドを応援したがる方がいらっしゃい! SOLMA-soulkitchenmarketのマリアと junglesのIkumi と Soul-D の Yuko をこの日に一緒に出演しますので絶対見に来て遊びましょう!9月3日にお待ちしております!下記のリンクをクリックして「行きます」を押してね

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Cigarettes & Shame Far East Asian Tour Dates are Set

TT&Wからみなさんに"シガレッツ & シェイム ファーイースト アジアツアー"の告知です! 今回"Cigarettes & Shame"からのニューアルバム新曲をひっさげ、東アジアや日本各地を5ヶ月巡るアジアツアーを敢行します。 ツアー最終日の9月3日には、渋谷"Cyclone"にてオフィシャルアルバムをリリース予定です。

下記にツアー日程を載せていますので、是非ご覧下さい。 各イベントの詳細については、準備ができ次第 リンクを更新しますので、確認してみてください! (内容や日程は変更になる可能性がありますので、随時 最新情報をご確認下さい。

”Will Erase”MVがオンラインで配信中

昨日は最高だった (3/5/2016)!! ”What The Dickens”のみなさんいつも本当にありがとう!そして特別な夜に、見に来てくれて一緒に楽しんでくれたみんなも本当にありがとう!

わたしたちも楽しみにしていた、TT&Wの4thミュージックビデオ”Will Erase”(“Laugh, Dance & Cry”収録)が現在オンラインで配信中です。今回も前作同様に100%セルフプロデュースの作品です。出演に協力してくれたみんな、本当にありがとうAimee Blackschleger, Marcus Pittman, Alex Mustățea, Ayumi Nakamura, Mike Hannah, Aniruddha Mallik and Ashley Sheikh!! THANK YOU ぜひYoutubeでチェックしてみて下さい!==> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g734FoiBdWg

また、現在のレコーディングが完成すれば、3月31日台湾でのライブを皮切りに5ヶ月に及ぶアジアツアーをスタートします。 新アルバム”Cigarettes And Shame”からの収録曲を演奏していきます。 全国各地を巡るツアーの後、最終日(9月3日)には渋谷”サイクロン”にてリリースイベントを行う予定です。

ツアー日程やリリース予定については、Facebookかホームページの”ライブ情報”から、是非確認して下さい!

LOVE YOU ALL
TT&W

USA & Canada: The Laugh, Dance & Cry Tour

Outside the Rockpile in Toronto, we all exchanged hugs and farewells with our good mates: Zach and Micah. We had just finished our final show of the tour and we were ready to leave the RV, our home for the past two weeks. We had one rest day in the city before flying back to Tokyo. The tour has come to an end and we are both sad and excited go home.

2 weeks ago:We arrived in NY and our host band picked us up at the JFK airport with the giant RV plus music gear trailer. The sight of the huge vehicle and cool live equipment inside fueled our excitement for the tour. Our first show was in Taste Venue, Newark (NJ). We were graced by an old friend's presence, Takuma. The show ended abruptly during the final band's set due to the smoke machine tripping the alarm and summoning the fire department at the door. The next day we headed for Brighton Bar (Brighton, NJ) where we met more old friends who rocked out with us. We capped the night with a walk to the nearby beach. Next, we did Q ball cafe (Friedricksburg, VA) before taking our first day off in Monroe bay (VA) for the 4th of July. We took a dip in the lake, played basketball, and literally dodged some fireworks at night while enjoying some sake and frozen margaritas. The following day we reached Baltimore (MD) and gigged at Raven Inn. The folks over there did a decent job at promotions and gave us a nice and warm welcome. Next up was Howlers at Pittsburgh (PA). Finally we got a properly elevated stage, this one was about 3 feet high. Outside was not the safest neighborhoods in my opinion, but they did have some delicious authentic pizzas and calzones nearby. We immediately set off for Bernie's in Columbus (OH) afterwards. It was a popular student hangout as it was situated near the university. We only set up half of the sound systems due to the low ceiling. We played some pool in the bar after the show, just for chilling. Still in Ohio, we moved on to Iggy's, Toledo, another venue that had a decent high stage. For me, it was the most fun gig we had, resulting in loads of free drinks from guests and the bar owner. We hung out at the bar until the wee hours of the morning when we realized it was time for breakfast already. Too bad for our driver, Zach, who had to whisk us over to Detroit (MI) the next day. The place Michigan was called Diesel. It had two huge stages and bands played back to back, with no down-time! The sound guy was very professional and helpful, we loved him. Incidentally, the band who played before us, in the next stage, was Trixster, an 80s band who had quite a following back in the day. There was no rest for us after the last US show as we had to prepare to cross the border to Canada at the break of dawn. It was by far, my most stressful border-crossing experience ever. All three of us gave conflicting answers at the customs, yet they let us through after we showed them our return ticket to Japan. I do not advise border-crossing without any sleep. Our last gig of the tour was approaching and we felt Toronto's warm welcome right after we reached it. The Rockpile showed us the best hospitality among venues: food, drink discounts, showers, an offer to use extra amps, and smiles. The stage was nice and high and the sound was controlled by a friend of a friend from Tokyo, and we are grateful for showing us a lot of love during the show. As we closed the show and were about to leave, we met our most favorite tour companions outside, and bid goodbye.

Forward 2 weeks: As we stepped out of the arrival gates in Narita, the first mission was the smoking area. And we knew in our heads that the next was to tour again, but this time, in Japan. And maybe after sushi or some gyuudon.

 

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