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The Winter Passing – “Significance” Video

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Apr 24, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. ale5875

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    Best band. The chorus in this song is huge.
     
  3. Tom Lee

    Tea Leaf and ⅓ of Hora Douse.

    Great, and lovely band! Always have a smile on my face when I see them.
     
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  4. MrSark

    Hummel, Hummel – Mors, Mors

    Surprised to see them on here. Great band though, always puts on a good show, even if it's just 4 songs because the promotoer messed up...

    Can't wait to see them on Saturday for the release show :D
     
  5. ale5875

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    Haha, what happened?

    I wanted to go to that show, but the flights were just too expensive, probably because of Labour Day holiday. :-/
     
  6. MrSark

    Hummel, Hummel – Mors, Mors

    They were supposed to headline but all the other bands showed up late or played past their time, that at the end The Winter Passing could only play 4 songs. Promoter didn't care at all. Still gave it their all though.

    Flights to/from Dublin always seem to reach ridiculous hights when there is a Bank Holiday Monday here. Even Ryanair will rip you off even more than usual...
     
  7. Tom Lee

    Tea Leaf and ⅓ of Hora Douse.

    Just played with them in Leeds. Their new songs sound killer live. Biggest bunch of sweethearts, love them all!
     
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  8. ale5875

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    Oh, that sucks. I only saw them once last year when they were opening for Moose Blood, so they played like 6 songs, but it was great nonetheless. Hope to see them again if they come to Europe sometime or if I find cheaper flights the next time!

    And yes, return flights were like 200€, which is definitely not worth it just for a show. Especially since Dublin is probably my least favourite place in all Ireland, haha.