Check out a sneak peek video of what visuals/projections Sannhet will be rolling out into new live performances at their upcoming record release show and U.S. tour dates with Liturgy (more shows listed below) now on Noisey.com. The footage is set to new track "False Pass", which appears on Sannhet's critically-acclaimed album Revisionist that was released earlier this month on The Flenser. The album received rave reviews from Pitchfork, The New York Times, Stereogum and Pop Matters who called the record "…a concise, intense, and surprisingly moving collection of compositions."
Sannhet - who hail from Brooklyn, NY - have curated quite the live show. The three-piece instrumental band performs with a constant video and light show as their backdrop. This new footage includes video assets where different kinds of television and digital static was captured with cell phones so that the analog static has its own digital artifacting, creating meta layers of static. This showcases the idea that static is the worst possible thing you can experience with a screen or entertainment experience, and Sannhet have spun it into their centerpiece. All of Sannhet's visuals are created by bassist A.J. Annunziata, and the band also features drums/samples by Christopher Todd and guitars/loops by John Refano.
See Sannhet on the road in April supporting Liturgy and on select dates in June with A Place To Bury Strangers.
SANNHET - ON TOUR
March 27 Brooklyn, NY - St. Vitus *Record Release Show*
April 2 Washington, DC - DC9 ^
April 3 Philadelphia, PA - Boot & Saddle ^
April 4 Raleigh, NC - Kings ^
April 5 Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade ^
April 7 Austin, TX - Red 7 ^
April 8 Dallas, TX - Club Dada ^
April 9 Kansas City, MO - Record Bar ^
April 10 Chicago, IL - Subterranean ^
April 11 Oberlin, OH - Dionysus Disco ^
June 14 Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg (Northside Festival) #
June 18 Toronto, ON @ NXNE Pitchfork Showcase
June 19 Buffalo, NY - Mohawk Place %
June 20 Pittsburgh, PA - Cattivo %
* w/ Kayo Dot
^ w/ Liturgy
# w/ Viet Cong
% w/ A Place To Bury Strangers