The latest offering from an unusual band that combines music with clowning, ritual and activism, the World Still Twirlin’ Tour is the platform upon which Victoria B.C.’s Dirty Grace will be pre-releasing their upcoming album (due this fall).
With songs ranging from the provocatively cheeky to the intimately introspective, the band will be performing original a capella pieces in three part harmony, mythic folk songs and ‘beatbox incantations,’ even mixing in a bit of meditative ritual and interactive clowning to create an experience that moves emotions as much as it does dancing feet. Betty Supple, Marley Daemon, Jesse Thom and Chris Fretwell will be bringing their live show to you this July.
This is the kind of show you see on a whim and then wish you had brought along everyone you know, courtesy of one of B.C.’s most intriguing up-and-coming bands. Dirty Grace will be playing at the Silverton Gallery on July 4 and Winlaw’s Sleep is for Sissies July 5. For more info, check out their website: www.dirtygracemusic.com.