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The World Is A Beautiful Place… debut their new video for ‘Infinite Steve’

The band's UK tour kicks off this evening! Good job the snow's calmed down a bit, eh?
Published: 1:58 pm, March 05, 2018
The World Is A Beautiful Place… debut their new video for ‘Infinite Steve’
The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die arrive in the UK today to kick off their mammoth UK tour, and it’s going to be a good ‘un. The band are performing in support of latest album ‘Always Foreign’ - the follow up to 2015’s Really Very Good ‘Harmlessness’ - which came out last year. To celebrate their arrival, they’ve also shared a new video for ‘Infinite Steve’.

“‘Infinite Steve’ is our Steve song with the most varied instrumentation, and it came together beautifully at Machines with Magnets in Rhode Island,” the band explain. “Eric Stilwell, Tree Palmedo, and Travis Bliss on horns and Armand Aromin on violin filled out our lineup for this live session. It was great to have the additional musicians from the LP version there with us, with the exception of Matt Hull who was on tour with his band People Like You (now known as Really From). The variation between the first half of this song and the second is more drastic when you see the complexity of the orchestration during each part. We're excited to close our sets some nights during our upcoming tour of Europe and the United Kingdom with this juxtaposition of hard intensity flowing into a delicately soft ending arrangement.”

Watch ‘Infinite Steve’ below, and find their tour dates after the jump.

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They'll kick off on 5th March in Birmingham. The details are:

5 Birmingham, Asylum (UK)
6 Leeds, Brudenell Community Room (UK)
7 Manchester, Rebellion (UK)
8 Glasgow, Classic Grand (UK)
10 Newcastle, Uni (UK)
11 Bristol, Thekla (UK)
12 Brighton, The Haunt (UK)
13 London, Garage (UK)

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