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THOT – “Never Never Again Land” live video

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Featured on IDIOTEQ many times before, Brussel’s industrial experimental rockers from the band THOT are currently composing for their new album. The good guys from Belgium have just shared a live video shot in Brussels, Berlin, Wrocław, Chemnitz, and Paris, during the band’s promotional tour for their latest album “The City That Disappears”. Teasing the new recording, the quality live picture of “Never Never Again Land” was introduced through the official word from Gregoire Fray, the lead singer and founder of THOT:

First of all, and still, I would like to wish you all the best for 2016.
I hope that you’ve been ending 2015 with your loved one and that 2016 will bring you all you’re looking for and deserve.

2015 has been special year for us.
We’ve been touring across Europe to promote our latest release The City That Disappears, sharing intense momentums with friends and fans. We’ve been celebrating the first decade of the project with the release of a limited 7″ .

And we’ve reached some limits we did not expected so far.

We have to change, evolve and moult for brighter future.
We have to turn the page and start a new chapter of the Vegetal Noise Music Story.
This is what the following months are going to be made off.

As a unique souvenir of who we used to be, here’s a video shot during our latest tour.
Please share it as much as you can.

Thank you again for your great support.
We say goodbye for a while, so take care

Watch the video right here and stay tuned for more details on the band’s new album, that will definitely make another high-water mark for an already impressive group of artists.

Gregoire is also involved in his “solo acoustic” project called THE HILLS MOVERS and 2 days ago he was performing as support act for Shannon Wright (at the Botanique in Bruxelles, the event was sold out).

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