How do you prepare for a concert? Some people like eating tapas in the sun, others don’t. We don’t, and we do not recommend doing it before a concert with badass garage-rock outfits like Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Instead, following the advice of several academic papers, yet to be discovered, the most beneficial way to prepare for a gig is to gather a couple of friends, open a bottle of red wine, and check out both the BRMC tour playlist and replay their own releases with the volume turned to level near-death-experience.
If you still haven’t got a ticket, think about the fact, that even Noel Gallagher has called the band ‘the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band alive’ (after Oasis). Moreover, the Crown Prince of Denmark, Frederik, even personally invited the band to perform at the 2004 royal wedding show in Parken (check out the video below). Pretty cool crown prince, right.
The trio will conquer Train in Aarhus on November 8 with support from our very own Tales Of Murder And Dust as support. Originally, hailing from San Francisco, but since 2008 with Leah Shapiro – born and bred in Aarhus – managing the drumsticks. Prior to this show, the band decided to create a 38-track playlist for you to get in just the right mood:
“We’re headed to Europe this fall. Here’s a playlist of songs we hand-picked for you to listen to as we get ready for the tour.” – BRMC
The band is currently working on their forthcoming ‘Wrong Creatures’ album, expected to be released in the beginning of next year. Only days ago, BRMC unveiled the first single ‘Little Thing Gone Wild’ from the forthcoming album, so expect new tunes on the setlist at Train!
Details: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club at Train
Venue: Train, Aarhus
Support: Tales of Murder and Dust
Price: 300 DKK
Facebook Event: Here
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Tour Playlist
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – ‘Litte Thing Gone Wild’ (2017)
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – ‘Lose Yourself’ (2013)
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – ‘Whatever Happened to My Rock ‘n’ Roll (Punk Song)’ (2001)
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – ‘Love Burns’ (RockNRoyal, 2004, Parken)