Divide and Dissolve to support Low on their European and North American dates in 2022

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DIVIDE AND DISSOLVE TO SUPPORT LOW ON EUROPEAN AND NORTH AMERICAN 2022 LIVE DATES

GAS LIT REMIX EP OUT NOW 

FEAT. COLLABORATIONS WITH CHELSEA WOLFE, MOOR MOTHER & BEARCAT

THE FULL LENGTH GAS LIT WAS RELEASED VIA INVADA ON 29TH JANUARY 2021

The heavy multidimensional duo Divide and Dissolve have been confirmed as main support for LOW on their European and North American live dates in 2022 – full listings below. 

Divide and Dissolve recently released their Gas Lit remix EP via Invada Records, featuring remixes from Chelsea WolfeMoor Mother and BEARCAT – full details here.  Their third full-length album Gas Lit is also out now on Invada Records, released in January 2021.

After an epic year releasing Gas Lit through Invada and receiving all the love and support that they’re grateful for, Takiaya Reed and Sylvie Nehill are very excited to be finally touring the record and sharing their live experience and sharing space with audiences across the world. They’re honoured to be invited to perform on the same stages with Low.

DIVIDE AND DISSOLVE LIVE DATES 2022:

North America March/April 

22.03.2022 IN – Bloomington, Bishop

25.03.2022 AL – Birmingham, Saturn 

28.03.2022 DC – Washington, Miracle Theatre 

29.03.2022 PA – Philadelphia, World Cafe Live 

01.04.2022 RI – Providence, Columbus Theater 

02.04.2022 QC – Montreal, Theatre Fairmount 

04.04.2022 ON – Toronto, The Axis Club 

05.04.2022 MI – Detroit, Loving Touch 

07.04.2022 IL – Urbana, Channing Murray Foundation 

08.04.2022 IA – Davenport, Raccoon Motel 

09.04.2022 WI – Madison, High Noon Saloon 

Europe April/May 

23.04.2022 NL – Tilburg, Roadburn festival **without Low

25.04.2022 UK – Edinburgh, Queen’s Hall

26.04.2022 IE – Dublin,  Vicar Street Community Centre

27.04.2022 UK – Manchester, Manchester Cathedral

28.04.2022 UK – Brighton, St George’s SOLD OUT

29.04.2022 UK – London, St John @ Hackney Church

30.04.2022 UK – Bristol, Trinity Centre SOLD OUT

02.05.2022 FR – Paris, Alhambra

03.05.2022 DE – Cologne, Kulturkirche

04.05.2022 BE – Antwerp, Trix

05.05.2022 NL – Amsterdam, Paradiso

06.05.2022 DK – Aarhus, Fonden Voxhall

07.05.2022 DK – Copenhagen, Vega

09.05.2022 DE – Hamburg, Uebel & Gefahrlich

10.05.2022 DE – Berlin, Festsaal Kreuzberg

11.05.2022 AT – Vienna, WUK

12.05.2022 IT – Bologna, Teatro Duse

13.05.2022 CH – Lausanne, Les Docks

14.05.2022 CH – Zurich, Mascotte

North America September/October

26.09.2022 CO – Denver, Marquis 

27.09.2022 UT – Provo, Velour 

29.09.2022 AZ – Phoenix, Musical Instrument Museum 

30.09.2022 CA – Santa Ana, Observatory 

01.10.2022 CA – Big Sur, Henry Miller Library 

03.10.2022 CA –  San Francisco, The Chapel 

04.10.2022 CA – San Francisco, The Chapel 

06.10.2022 OR – Portland, Wonder Ballroom

07.10.2022 WA – Seattle, Neptune 

08.10.2022 BC – Vancouver, Rickshaw

About Divide and Dissolve:

From the early protest songs that came from the violent occupation of Turtle Island (so-called United States), through punk music’s fight against the system, art has always been at the forefront of societal change. Whether that be through pointed attacks or something more existential – sung quietly or performed as loud as can be – music continues to be a spring-board for collective resistance. 

Even so, few bands use their voice and platform quite as powerfully as Divide and Dissolve. Mirroring the brash, bone-crushing potency of their dynamic Drone music, the formidable Takiaya Reed (saxophone, guitar, live effects) and Sylvie Nehill (drums, live effects) carry their fight and ancestors fight forward each and every day, using the power of their performances to draw attention to the ongoing battle against systemic oppression.

Recommended for fans of: James Baldwin, Osa Atoe, Adrienne Davies, the ocean and freshwater, breath/breathing, Toni Morrison, Octavia Butler, Afro Futurism, Indigenous Futurism, indigenous sovereignty, slavery abolition, resistance, the forest, bodies of water, being submerged, the railroad, and Ai Ogawa.

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