04/16/14 Whelan's Dublin, Ireland
04/18/14 Theatre Les Atelier Lyon, France
04/19/14 Le Ciel Grenoble, France
04/20/14 La Vapeur Dijon, France
04/21/14 Le Grand Mix Lille, France
04/23/14 Botanique Sint Joost Ten Node
04/24/14 Zoom Frankfurt, Germany
04/25/14 Flux Friday Melt Special @ Fluxblau
04/26/14 Rust Copenhagen, Denmark
04/28/14 strom Munich, Germany
04/29/14 Ziegel Oh Lac @ Rote Fabrik Zurich
04/30/14 La Maroquinerie Paris
05/02/14 Liverpool Sound City
05/03/14 Live At Leeds Leeds
05/04/14 Deaf Institute Manchester
05/06/14 Think Tank Newcastle
05/07/14 Village Underground London
05/08/14 Portland Arms Cambridge
05/09/14 London Calling Amsterdam
05/11/14 Shaky Knees Music Festival
06/19/14 Firefly Music Festival Dover
06/25/14 Summerfest Milwaukee, WI
07/15/14 Valkhof Festival Nijmegen
07/18/14 Latitude Festival Henham Park
07/25/14 Hillside Festival
07/26/14 Hillside Festival
07/27/14 Hillside Festival
08/03/14 Meyer Theatre Green Bay, WI
San Fermin @ Latitude 30
The British Music Embassy/SXSW
Austin, Texas - Saturday March 15th
San Fermin played a killer set at SXSW mixed with a crew of stellar UK artists: Splashh, Temples, and Drenge. Nearly everyone was there to see the debut of UK psych rockers Temples, but San Fermin was a great balance of female vocals and a beautiful arrangement of brass instruments.
The band has a whopping 22 artists that play on their self-titled debut album. Only 9 are on tour with them at the moment, as two of the female vocalists are in the band Lucius. Their set was only about 30 minutes just like every other performance at SXSW 2014 based on time restraints, and the fact that they only have one record.
San Fermin at SXSW
San Fermin is none the less a great live band and all the blogs are raving about this band as one of the best new bands of 2013 for good reason. Tons of energy on stage with a great selection of instrumentation and male/female vocal changes.
San Fermin @ Gasa Gasa
New Orleans, Louisiana - Tuesday March 18th
Still recovering from SXSW I mustered enough energy to make it to their New Orleans show where I was only able to stay for about half the set. A great turnout for Brooklyn-based band, thanks to a few local openers who had a popular following. New Orleans is starting to pay attention to emerging bands like San Fermin and I think most of the crowd was there to catch the headliners.
After Rae Cassidy played her main vocal led tracks I was out like Flash Gordon. During my favorite track "Songsick" the trumpet player dashed out to the middle of the audience and got his jam on.
San Fermin are currently on tour.
San Fermin at Gasa Gasa, New Orleans (03/18/14)