Tommy Tokyo & Starving For My Gravy - 'Smear Your Smiles Back On' (London shows)

Tommy Tokyo & Starving For My Gravy

Tommy Tokyo & Starving For My Gravy are making waves crossing the North Sea. Norway based Tommy Tokyo, have already released their album 'Smear Your Smiles Back On' on home soil last September. They are now set for a UK release - after performing at the Great Escape festival - later on next month.

The Americana, Physchedelia and Folk-esque band have wowed critics with their latest album 'Smear Your Smiles Back On'. Critics have likened them to artists such as Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Nick Cave and Lou Reed. Contemporary comparisons have also been made with Arcade Fire, Iron & Wine and Modest Mouse.

'Smear Your Smiles Back On' is abundant with musical creativity that only a handful of bands can measure up to. The love, anger, and humour emanating from “The Circle Must Be Broken” make it certain for success. “Somersault” exhales perfect listening pleasure, incorporating relaxed tunes with deep lyrics. The penultimate tune “In The Machine” tops off the album with a pacey, in parts upbeat buzz. Perfectly rounding off this highly original, dynamic and unique album.

Tommy Tokyo and Starving For My Gravy hit London for two more shows before heading back across the North Sea to Norway later this week.

(Dates and information subject to change.)

May 18, 2009 @ The 12 Bar Club, London
May 19, 2009 @ Borderline, London

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