Sunday, 30 November 2008
Katerwaul Live In Kilau
Kilau has a lot of regular customers. Most of them are lovely, some you'd rather not see again for the rest of your life but yet they still come in and you fight the temptation to gouge their eyes out with the nearest tea spoon to hand, why a tea spoon? Because its dull, it'll hurt more. But then we get our favorite regular customers. Such as Mr and Mrs Cappucino, Alan Cynic and Topher Henderson. We'd hate it if any of these customers just suddenly stopped coming, but still the annoying frequentuers turn up in their drones with their eye balls crying to be heaved out by coffee stirring implements. Well one said customer IS leaving us. John Hekert. He has brightened up many a day with his Dutchness, beardyness and plain silly banter. He's decided to move back to Holland (its a long story in-appropriate to talk about on my blog) leaving a new position of nice regular customer to be filled.
So in honor of this big beardy man Kilau are holding a gig to say thanks for the last few years of custom, you crazy dutch bastard. And this is the poster I've designed. Katerwaul are playing as are John's two musical projects in Green Pony and Welfare Mothers. If you're in aberdeen on this day come along. I think we're going to premier a new song called "take heart from watching something die" we like it so much that we've pushed back the release of our new album to record it and crowbar it in there.
Posted by Tim Courtney at 11/30/2008 11:32:00 pm