Dandelion Wine launch their new single "Unlikely Impossible" before heading off on their ninth European tour. "Unlikely Impossible" is their first release after an unfeasibly long absence since 2010's "All Becompassed By Stars" and captures the otherworldly down tempo realms in which they dwell. Driven by the band's trademark tapestry of old world instruments (hammered dulcimer, cello and sansula on this outing) with electronic beats and ethereal vocals, "Unlikely Impossible" invites you on a fairytale journey through enchanted forests and subconscious fears. With unicorns.
Joinging them will be ZÖJ and Trappist Afterland.
ZÖJ are a thrilling combination of Persian music and post rock motifs featuring Gelareh Pour on vocals and Kamancheh and Brian O'Dwyer (Warpigs) on drums. Gnostic-inspired psych folk multi instrumentalists Trappist Afterland have just returned from their second UK tour in support of their latest album "Se(VII)en" on Sunstone Records.