Wednesday, April 13, 2016

LONG DISTANCE CALLING - launch video for 'Getaway' featuring German actor Ralf Richter

Long Distance Calling are set to release their new album 'TRIPS' on April 29th, 2016 via InsideOut Music. With just a few weeks to go, the band have launched the brilliant 80's-inspired video for the albums opening track 'Getaway', featuring German actor Ralf Richter (Das Boot, Bang Boom Bang). 

You can watch the video here: 

The band had this to say: "Ladies and Gents, here´s the brand new video clip for the song ´GETAWAY´. It was great fun to work with German actor Ralf Richter (Bang Boom Bang, Das Boot, etc), who played in a lot of cool movies which we really like and which we grew up to. We are big fans of movies from the 80ties and you might get a taste of that in the clip. The video shoot was fun and as you can see in the video, it was probably more fun for him than for us, haha. ´Getaway´ is the opening track on 'TRIPS' and we can´t wait to play it live. Tell all your friends!"
Love LDC

The band also recently launched a lyric video for 'Lines', featuring Norwegian vocalist Petter Carlsen. You can watch the video here:

You can pre-order the album from the InsideOut Music Shop.
and iTunes:

The album has already been receiving some great reactions, and you can find a selection of them below:

"This is a group that can swell with the range of an orchestra in terms of tone, texture and volume...How Long Distance Calling progress from here remains to be seen, but they couldn´t have asked for a better start." - PROG Magazine

"Incredible! Long Distance Calling at their very best!" - Boris Kaiser/Rock Hard

"... Long Distance Calling defy all expectations and deliver yet another masterpiece" - Metal Hammer Germany

"Germany's most exciting band transcending prog and metal!" - VISIONS

"Moving and intense! The best album of their career!" - eclipsed

"Fascinating hooks, spheric melodies and great songs - an exciting trip to the dark side of the moon" - GUITAR

Further to this, the band also recently announced the first European tour dates in support of the new album, and you can find those below:
28th April - Skater's Palace, Münster, Germany
29th April - Uebel & Gefährlich, Hamburg, Germany
30th April - Mau Club, Rostock, Germany
2nd May - UT Connewitz, Leipzig, Germany
3rd May - Musik & Frieden, Berlin, Germany
4th May - Kulturkirche, Köln, Germany
5th May - Backstage Halle, München, Germany
6th May - Substage, Karlsruhe, Germany
7th May - KiFF, Aarau, Switzerland
8th May - Le Batofar, Paris, France
9th May - 013, Tilburg, Netherlands
10th May - Boston Music Room, London, UK
11th May - Exchange, Bristol, UK
12th May - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK
13th May - Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes, UK

Support on all dates comes from Pil & Bue (featuring Petter Carlsen) plus Tiny Fingers (April 28th - May 6th) & Rendezvous Point (May 7th - May 13th).




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