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Politics of Friendship Tour
Grubby Mitts

Sunday 27 July 2014, 7pm
Pilrig Church Hall
BYOB!

Pay £7 and get a copy of The Grubby Mitts great new album, or pay-what-you like, with a suggested donation of £3.

This Summer the artist Andy Holden and his band The Grubby Mitts will tour the UK performing only at artist-run spaces. Rhubaba will host the Scottish leg of the tour. Join us for a night of music and projections, which will see the band performing live a body of work they have been writing and recording for the last seven years. Support comes from PET, the Rhubaba Choir and Smack Wizards.

The Politics of Friendship Tour uses ‘the form of the rock tour as a way of curating a series of events exploring the concept of friendship’. Andy Holden’s video projections will be combined with newly commissioned moving image work by a selection of artists who are associated with the venues in which the band performs. At Rhubaba contributions come from Claire Davies (founding member of Rhubaba), Faith Limbrick (studio holder) and George Kettlewell (new friend).

To celebrate the announcement of the tour, the band are giving away a free MP3, a re-mastered version of their debut single, To a Friend’s House the Way is Never Long.