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Fudge Announce UK Tour In Support Of Upcoming “The Town Hall Sessions” EP
Leeds explosive four-piece Fudge have announced that their long-awaited The Town Hall Session EP will be released on the 21st May, the same day that the band headline the first Nothing But Noise one day festival at Leeds, UK’s Belgrave Music Hall. The EP will feature three previously released songs, Money To Be Made, Your Fall From Grace and 9/10, alongside two new tracks, Jekyll & Hide and Pepsi Noggins. The band have also announced a UK tour for May and June alongside Leeds noise merchants Dim Imagery.
The Town Hall Session EP goes out to all those who have helped and supported Fudge through their short and chaotic life so far and serves to bring more people together to experience the lifeblood that this band bring every time they play live. The record marks the end of an era. A time where things were simpler but, in retrospect, were in fact just as turbulent and impetuous as they are now. But it also marks the beginning of many things: a new age of Fudge and a new era of live music for everyone and an inevitable time of rejoicing as we move away from the shit-show that has ensued for the past two years; and the beginning of some semblance of normality, where we can be as abnormal as possible once again.
The band pride themselves on their live performance which, repeatedly, is eulogised by those who find themselves caught within the chaos of a Fudge gig. Their epic live performance has now met head on with the majestic and iconic venue in which they recorded The Town Hall Session EP. Unfazed by the eminence of the building, the boys and the team captured their hectic performance in stark polarity to the splendour of the venue. You wouldn’t think to pair the two, but it works.