AGUA DE ANNIQUE, the new Dutch band fronted by former THE GATHERING singer Anneke van Giersbergen, has scheduled the following dates:
Nov. 02 - Doornroosje – Nijmegen, NETH
Nov. 03 – [to be announced] - Amsterdam, NETH
Nov. 09 - Mezz - Breda, NETH
Nov. 10 - W2 - Den Bosch, NETH
Nov. 16 - de Boerderij - Zoetermeer, NETH
Nov. 18 - Nieuwe Nor - Heerlen, NETH
Nov. 25 - Tivoli (de Helling) - Utrecht, NETH
Nov. 30 - Atlantis - Alkmaar, NETH
Dec. 01 - Metropool - Hengelo, NETH
AGUA DE ANNIQUE's debut album, "Air", will be released on October 30 via The End Records.
Currently available for streaming on the band's official web site (in the "Listen" section) are two full-length tracks — "Day after Yesterday" and "Beautiful One". A "beautiful" animated music video for the song "Day after Yesterday" is also in the works.
AGUA DE ANNIQUE is:
Anneke van Giersbergen - Vocals/Piano
Joris Dirks - Guitars/Vocals
Jacques de Haard - Bass
Rob Snijders - Drums
Anneke van Giersbergen's final appearance with THE GATHERING took place on August 4 at the Ankkarock festival in Finland.
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