With over 20 shows in 13 different countries under their belts this year and smashing it at the recent Dockyard Festival in the Netherlands, the Burden Brothers continue to bring their energy-packed live shows to more clubs and festivals around the globe this summer.
The tour supports the release of their recent album ‘Love by Machine’. Quickly selling out as a double vinyl package, the Burden brothers are bringing the experience live with reworkings of the album tracks as well as incorporating new, unreleased material into the form of ‘Love by Machine’ live.
Love by Machine tour dates for 2017:
Fri 5 May ´17 Groove On The Grass – Emirates Golf Club, Dubai – UAE
Sat 6 May ´17 Dockyard Warehouse 2017 – Hembrugterrein, Amsterdam – The Netherlands
Sun 7 May ´17 Rock’n Solex, Rennes – France
Fri 19 May ´17 Grelle Forelle, Vienna – Austria
Sat 27 May ´17 Movement Festival, Detroit – USA
Sat 03 June ´17 Dieze Warehouse, Montpellier – France
Sun 04 June ´17 Concrete Fest, Hors Serie@Velodrome, St. Quentin, Paris – France
Sat 10 June ´17 OHM Festival, Delft – Netherlands
Sat 30th June ’17 Celebrities, Vancouver – USA
Sun 02 July ´17 Hyte – New York City – USA
Sat 15 July ´17 Expedition Festival, Rotterdam – The Netherlands
Sat 22 July ´17 Festival’Era, Girona – Spain
Love by Machine is a nod to the fact that the Burden brothers are such revered masters of their hardware. Both in the studio, where they cook up atmospheric house and techno with soaring synths and vocals and also in the live arena, where they are celebrated as one of the most accomplished and forward-thinking performers in the game today.
Say Lenny: “We’ve been exploring the theme of connection with this project. How technology gives us the illusion that we are closer to each other more than ever. At some point humanity crossed a line where the devices that we created to bring us together are the same devices that are blocking us from organic experiences.”
“Technology is only a tool, which we also had in mind during the recording process.” Adds Lawrence. “We decided to go back to how we used to make our records, when we didn’t have so many ‘sophisticated’ audio devices. Back to when we interacted in the studio together as musicians.”
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