Brother and sister duo Greywind – Paul and Steph O’Sullivan – are on the road with The Winter Passing and Moose Blood right now, and Upset’s keeping tabs on them. Stay up to date on their road trip with our exclusive tour diary, which will be updated as they head off on their travels. First stop: Bristol.
Find the tour’s remaining dates – and the band’s latest single, ‘Forest Ablaze’ – below.
Bristol: UK tour with Moose Blood day one. See you later Bristol!
Bristol: Just arrived at the venue, tonight we play our first ever show and we can’t wait!
Southampton: UK tour with Moose Blood day two. Just arrived at the venue in Southampton!
Southampton: Hopefully they keep this ladder here during the show later so Steph can climb it and do a backflip onto stage
Southampton: Taking anger out on the mic because they moved the ladder!
Wolverhampton: UK tour with Moose Blood day four. Just arrived in Wolverhampton!
Nottingham: UK tour with Moose Blood day five. Just arrived at the venue in Nottingham!
Nottingham: Forest Ablaze.
Leeds: UK tour with Moose Blood day six. Steph and her Furby on the way to Leeds!
Leeds: Ready to go.
Bristol: Soundcheck done!
Bristol: First show ever = done! Thanks Bristol! See you tomorrow Southampton
for day two!
Southampton: Killing time before soundcheck!
Southampton: Soundcheck time!
Southampton: Such a fun show! Thanks for that Southampton! Next up, London!
Wolverhampton: Found our long lost sister while we were walking back to the venue.
Wolverhampton: That was amazing Wolverhampton, thanks so much! Nottingham tomorrow!
Nottingham: Thank you for that Nottingham. Leeds tomorrow!
Leeds: That was one of our favourite shows of the tour, thank you Leeds! Day off tomorrow before we head to Manchester on Wednesday!
Greywind, The Winter Passing and Moose Blood’s remaining dates are as follows:
18 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
20 Manchester Sound Control
21 Newcastle Academy 2
22 Edinburgh Mash House
23 Liverpool Arts Club
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