The Rifles – Tour
The rifles use a flag for truly good music. The time is finally ripe for the rifles. The rifles are far, since they two years ago released their debut album “No Love lost” published. To put it briefly: you were constantly on tour and brought their music among the people as was their great hero, the clash, and the. Jam.
“The past two years right workhorses have taken from us”, says Luke. “We have not very many reviews for the first album, people have found us through word of mouth rather. They have discovered our music alone, all to yourself maybe this is the reason why they are so confident.” Frontman Joel Stoker nods approvingly: “our fans someone has just said that we are good, they have found it myself. They are incredibly loyal and the audience grows from time to time.” And even though they have no massive presence on the radio, the rifles, succeeded in English not only renowned in the course of the last year live clubs such as Shepherd’s Bush, the Astoria and the Forum to sell off. The latter Weller came in incidentally himself for “Eton Rifles” with on the stage. In November then the provisional high point: London’s Brixton Academy. The thing is clear: you can no longer ignore the rifles at this ever-growing number of fans. The rifles have already arrived in Germany – the German clubs on their tour in April burst seams and halls are now out of the clubs.
It is high time for the band to ensure not only a national furore with Weller beside him, the army of rifles fans behind it and a phenomenal second album in the Pocket. The rifles use a flag for truly good music. The time is finally ripe for the rifles. Source: Eventim