Kinesis follow typically incendiary performances at Scotland’s T in the Park and Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival with a new single in September.
“One Way Mirror” is taken from the band’s debut LP, “Handshakes for Bullets”. A firm live favourite, the track was one of the last songs to be written for the LP.
The single is backed with a new recording of “Zyklon B” co-produced by the band at Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios and new track “Tradition Kills Perspective”.
Kinesis have toured the UK incessantly throughout 2002 and 2003, highlights being supports with Manic Street Preachers, Hundred Reasons and Hell is for Heroes alongside two packed out headline UK tours and a special “for the fans” free show at Manchester’s Roadhouse.
With a stipulation that everyone had to wear a white T-shirt to get in free, the venue was packed within minutes of opening and gleaming white from wall to wall.
Kinesis remain one of the most aware and motivated bands in the UK, encouraging fans to contribute to their free quarterly newsletter, available on tour and through the website link, which is rapidly becoming a forum for everything from political theory to alternative dating service.
Kinesis head off on tour in the UK this month. The full dates are as follows.
Monday 28 September – Leeds, Rocket
Tuesday 30 September – Glasgow, Venue
Thursday 2 October – Manchester, Academy
Friday 3 October – Swansea, University
Saturday 4 October – London, Garage
Sunday 5 October – Oxford, Zodiac
Tuesday 7 October – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
Wednesday 8 October – Liverpool, Barfly
Thursday 9 October – Leicester, Charlotte
Friday 10 October – Preston, venue tbc
Saturday 11 October – Nottingham, Rock City
The single, “One Way Mirror” is released on September 15th
The debut LP, “Handshakes for Bullets” is released on September 29th.
We have the video to “One Way Mirror” below:
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