The Enid have announced the release of new album Dust, the third and final chapter of their trilogy started in 2010 with Journey’s End and followed by Invicta in 2012. Dust, The Enid’s 14th studio record, is out on 1st April on the band’s Operation Seraphim label, closely following 2015’s The Bridge.
Dust represents The Enid at their very best, as they distance themselves from all preconceptions associated with the early instrumental phase of their career.
1. Born in the Fire
2. Someone Shall Rise
4. 1000 Stars
5. When the World is Full
7. Heavy Hearts
The current Dust Tour is an eccentric, ambitious audio-visual production directed by TV illusionist Simon Drake (Secret Cabaret), who previously worked with Kate Bush on her Tour of Life. The show is an acknowledgement to the band’s fan club The Enidi; members will receive 10% discount on tickets and access to an exclusive intimate after-show reception on the last date of the tour, at London Cadogan Hall on 2nd April.
Says The Enid founder Robert John Godfrey:
“Dust is the last in the Journey’s End trilogy, telling the story of the band’s generational voyage from the past into the . Needless to say this has been very much an evolutionary tale with many surprises along the way. This is by far the best of these albums.”
Dust Tour dates:
Jan 30: Birmingham, The Crescent Theatre
Feb 5: Bury St. Edmunds, The Apex
Feb 13: St. Helens, The Citadel
Feb 26: Leeds, Carriageworks Theatre
Mar 5: Glasgow, Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) - This show will be a standing event.
Mar 18: Bristol, The Redgrave Theatre
Apr 2: London, Cadogan Hall
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