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  ANNEKE VAN GIERSBERGEN AND VUUR FIRE OUT FIRST TRACK FROM FORTHCOMING DEBUT, 'DAYS GO BY - LONDON'
5th June 2017



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Legendary Dutch performer Anneke Van Giersbergen and her new band project Vuur (a rough English translation might be fiery passion) have released a video of the track 'Days Go By - London' from their forthcoming debut album.

Talking about the song Anneke says:

"The song 'Days Go By – London' is about The Great Fire in 1666. The lyrics are written from the perspective of the element of fire, threatening Londoners to wipe them out, but the song is also about hope. Even in the darkest of times, the sun will rise."



Following on from 2015s project with Arjen Lucassen, 'The Gentle Storm', the former singer from The Gathering has promised a new heavy and progressive direction with Vuur which features some of the musicians from the live Gentle Storm tours.

The album is due for release in the autumn but the band can be seen live on these European dates through the summer:

9th June: Neushoorn (warm-up show), Leeuwarden – the Netherlands
30th June: Tuska Open Air, Helsinki – Finland
14th July: Masters of Rock, Vizovice – Czech Republic
15th July: Dynamo Metal Fest, Eindhoven – the Netherlands

Vuur as main support to Epica:

9th November: Klub Studio, Krakow – Poland
10th November: Masters of Rock Café, Zlín – Czech Republic
12th November: Kesselhaus, Berlin – Germany
13th November: Markthalle, Hamburg – Germany
14th November: Essigfabrik, Cologne – Germany
15th November: La BAM, Metz – France
17th November: Stereolux, Nantes – France
18th November: Krakatoa, Bordeaux – France
20th November: La Riviera, Madrid – Spain
24th November: Razzmatazz, Barcelona – Spain
25th November: Le Moulin, Marseille – France
26th November: Le Transbordeur, Lyon – France
29th November: Bakcstage Werk, Munich – Germany
3rd December: L'Aéronef, Lille – France













 


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