NEWS: KEG share new single NPC, confirm EP Girders set for September release and share festival, UK and EU dates

The members of the band KEG
Credit: Theo Zeal

Brighton based Keg have released new single ‘NPC’ taken from the band’s upcoming EP Girders set for release 2 September via Alcopop! Records/BMG.  It’s the third single lifted from the EP and follows ‘Kids‘ and ‘Elephant‘. However ‘NPC‘ is a departure from Keg’s previous material. With thought-provoking lyrics reflecting serious subject matter and an opening synth line which demands your attention, it is both haunting and arresting. There is still the slightly chaotic edge within the sonic environment but this only enhances the theme.

On the new track Keg say:
Written from the perspective of a person who has been subjected to sonic torture and forgotten their body and soul. Sonic torture of all kinds is a terrifying technique which is widely employed by many governments, I wrote this after reading about the British armies use during The Troubles in the late 70s.”

For more information on Keg please check their facebook and instagram.

KEG Live Dates

August 5th | Wilderness Festival – Oxfordshire, UK
August 12th | Sur Le Lac Festival – St Gallen, Switzerland 
August 13th | Sacred Ground Festival, Germany 
August 21st | Green Man Festival – Crickhowell, UK
September 1st | End Of The Road Festival – Salisbury, UK
September 3rd | Manchester Psych Festival – Manchester, UK
September 24th | Detonation Festival – Besancon, France
October 15th | Future Days Festival – Birmingham
October 19th | Vera, Groningen – Netherlands 
October 20th | Merlyn, Nijmegan – Netherlands
October 21st/22nd | Left of the dial Festival – Netherlands 
October 23rd | Privatclub – Berlin, Germany 
October 24th | Botanique, Witloof Bar – Brussels, Belgium
October 25th | Rotondes – Luxembourg 
Novemnber 2nd |  Clwb for Bach – Cardiff, UK
November 3rd | Heartbreakers – Southampton, UK
November 4th | Strings Bar – Newport, UK
November 9th  | The Bodega – Nottingham, UK
November 10th | Cluny 2 – Newcastle, UK
November 11th | Brudenell Social Club – Leeds, UK
November 12th | Sneaky Pete’s – Edinburgh, UK
November 13th  | Broadcast – Glasgow, UK
November 15th  | The Louisiana – Bristol, UK
November 16th | Komedia – Brighton, UK
November 17th | 100 Club – London, UK
November 18th | The Forum – Tunbridge Wells, UK
November 20th | The Portland Arms – Cambridge, UK

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