A Place To Bury Strangers Announced To Play Laneway Festival 2013

A Place To Bury Strangers Announced To Play Laneway Festival 2013

Monday 12th November, 2012 9:00AM

A Place To Bury Strangers have been announced to play Laneway Festival 2013. The latest of six new additions to the lineup, with four more to come, the New York industrial shoe-gazers will be visiting for the first time and will also play a Wellington show the night before at the San Francisco Bath House.

A Place To Bury Strangers have been around since 2001 but first came to our attention with their self-titled debut released in 2007. They are also renowned for their custom pedal brand and Williamsburg venue space Death By Audio. This year they have offered up an EP (Onwards To The Wall) and a new album (Worship), which sees them finally head our way with a familiar face on board, that of ex-pat Dion Lunadon(aka Palmer) formerly of the D4 on bass.

A Place To Bury Strangers

Sunday 27th January, The San Francisco Bath House, Wellington
Monday 28th January, Laneway Festival 2013, Silo Park, Auckland

Tickets for Wellington are on sale 9am this Wednesday (14th Nov) from here at UTR and in store at Rough Peel Records and Slow Boat Records. Tickets for Laneway are on sale now from here at Ticketmaster.

Here is the full Laneway Festival lineup to date, stayed tuned next Monday at 9am for another new addition...

Bat for Lashes, Bailterspace, Yeasayer, A Place To Bury Strangers, Of Monsters And Men, Alt-J, Nicolas Jaar, Divine Fits, The Phoenix Foundation, Lawrence Arabia, Jessie Ware, Phelps and Munro, Japandroids, Street Chant, The Men , Cloud Nothings, Kings of Convenience, Deer Park and Beach Pigs

Here's are recent clip for 'And I'm Up' from their new album Worship released in June:

And here's the clip for 'I Know I'll See You' from their debut self-titled album:

And this one is from their sophomore album Exploding Head released in 2009:


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