Ambient post rockers from Koblenz’ NOIR REVA and Paderborn’s post rockish alt shoegaze rockers from PATIENT, PATIENT have announced a string of German dates this Spring. NOIR REVA will be supporting their new record, which had its pre-orders launched earlier today and will be released via Miss The Stars Records, Koepfen, and Hackebeil Records. PATIENT, PATIENT will celebrate the recent release of their debut album “Of Illusions and the Way to Find”, premiered in October 2015 viaa Fluttery Records.
Photo: PATIENT PATIENT.
29.04. Paderborn, Frühlingsfest [x]
29.04. Paderborn, Königskeller [x]
30.04. Münster, Triptychon [x]
30.04. Koblenz, Jam Club (-)
02.05. Hamburg, Grüner Jäger [x]
03.05. Göttingen, Stilbrvch [x]
04.05. Siegen, Vortex Surfer Club
06.05. Würzburg, Cairo
07.05. Cottbus, Chekov
08.05. Halle, Reil 78
09.05. Dresden, Katy’s Garage
12.05. Berlin, Tiefgrund
13.05. Leipzig, Handstand & Moral
14.05. Mainz, Haus Mainusch
15.05. Marienburg, Oben Air Festival (-)
[x] without noir reva
(-) without patient, patient
About PATIENT, PATIENT and their latest 2015 record “Of Illusions and the Way to Find”:
Patient, Patient is a post-rock band based in a small town in Germany. With their evolution from indie-rock to post-rock Patient, Patient finally finished their first album “Of Illusions and the Way to Find”. Influenced by various post-rock and shoegaze artists they design an enormous soundscape out of synthesizers and modulated guitars. Those, mixed with possessive vocals and heavy drums create a very unique, melancholic atmosphere.
“Of Illusions and the Way to Find” is about the urge to find something in life. However, we often make our way more complicated than it is. We lend ourselves to illusions which disguise our sight, which veil the truth, which knock us off course. This is what Patient, Patient manifest in their album with poetic lyrics and uncommon harmonies. Also Markus Siegenhort of Lantlôs who produced the album gave some inspirations to create an even wider sound. Anyway, those nine very distinct tracks invite to dream. To dream about endless widths.