Following the band’s sold out shows at The Underworld Camden and Boston Music Room, Esprit D’Air are back in London to perform a special 10th anniversary show at The Dome on 24 October 2020.
Marking the band’s decade, the show will showcase their back catalogue, including their award-winning album Constellations as well as brand new songs that have never been heard before.
Esprit D’Air are currently working on recording their brand new album, Oceans featuring singles, ‘Amethyst‘ and ‘Calling You‘, which were both featured on BBC Radio and Louder. Due to a burglary at their studio, the progress of the album was lost in April 2019—Esprit D’Air are now re-recording all the parts and creating new material once again.
Fronted by Kai on guitar and vocals, Esprit D’Air are joined by the live talents of Jan-Vincent Velazco (Pendragon & Raymond Watts’ PIG) on drums, T.T. on bass, Ryoma Takahashi on guitar, as well as special guests to be confirmed for the show.
Reformed in 2016, Esprit D’Air are a self-produced and self-signed Japanese rock band based in London led by vocalist, composer and producer, Kai. Consequently, the band produces, mixes and masters their own releases, and promotes their own shows, including this very own 10th anniversary show.
Tickets for the show are on sale on 24 April 2020 at 10am from SeeTickets and Eventbrite UK.
Esprit D’Air – 10th Anniversary Show
24 Oct 2020: The Dome, Tufnell Park, London
For more information, please visit www.espritdair.com/tour-dates
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