|10th March 2022|
Oran Mor Byres Road, Glasgow West End G12 8QX
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All is Violent, All is Bright 2020
15 years ago an unknown band from Ireland released their sophomore album “All is Violent, All is Bright”. Written in uncertain times the album captured the imagination of the underground youth and gained the band a worldwide Cult following.
2020 will see “God Is An Astronaut” for the first time perform the entire album from beginning to end across the world.
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