FFF announces two new Parisian dates

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The newly reformed French group FFF will give two additional Parisian concerts, planned at La Cigale in October.

FFF continues to add dates to his next tour. Thus, the Parisian quartet will return not far from Barbès for two concerts, scheduled for October 22 and 23 at La Cigale. Places will be available from this Wednesday January 31 at 10 a.m. via the organizer’s website.

This date will arrive a few months after their return to L’Olympia, scheduled for April 3, which is already sold out. Several other dates are planned across France:

  • March 15: The Mermaid (La Rochelle)
  • March 16: Blues Around Zinc (Beauvais)
  • March 20: Le Stéréolux (Nantes)
  • March 21: Quai M (La Roche sur Yon)
  • March 22: Bouge ton cube festival (Lauzach)
  • March 23: Le Normandy (Saint-Lô)
  • March 28: The factory (Istres)
  • March 29: The Rockstore (Montpellier)
  • March 30: Le Fil (Saint-Étienne)
  • April 3: Olympia (Paris)
  • April 8: La Laiterie (Strasbourg)
  • April 9: La Boite à musique (Metz)
  • April 10: La Vapeur (Dijon)
  • April 18: El Mediator (Perpignan)
  • April 19: The Bikini (Ramonville)
  • April 20: Les Abattoirs (Cognac)
  • April 24: Le Transbordeur (Villeurbanne)
  • April 25: La Belle Electrique (Grenoble)
  • June 15: The fires of summer (Saint Prouant)
  • July 13: The Whisper of Sound (Eu)
  • July 26: Les Grandes Marées Festival (Jullouville)
  • August 23: V and B Fest’ (Chateau Gontier)

Prepare for a burst of energy. “If there’s one thing we don’t know how to do, it’s save money.”explains singer Marco Prince in an interview with the editorial staff. “There are things that escape our control and we can put ourselves in physical danger. From that, I try to arm myself as much as possible and be best prepared to do anything.”

This tour follows the release ofI Screamnew studio album from FFFthe first since 2000. Discover or rediscover the singles “We become FFFou” and “Les Magazines”. “We always continued to see each other, to try to create together” says guitarist Yarol Poupaud. “There was a desire to share which had not produced results, until the current alignment of the planets. New songs came out, the music flowed.”

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