Ending two months of hard work at the farm, Lou Casse since their massive Summer tour — including geese feeding to make Foie Gras — French rock duo, THE INSPECTOR CLUZO, heads back out on tour this weekend on their Gasconha Rocks Fall World Tour 2014.
Following their Gasconha Rocks World Summer Tour, which saw the band performing dozens of shows throughout France, Belgium, Holland, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Spain, South Africa and the Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary, this Sunday, November 2nd, sees THE INSPECTOR CLUZO’s latest international jaunt kicking off at the prestigious NH7 Weekender Festival in Kolkotta, India — marking the forty-forth country visited by the band — the massive event to be followed by performances in Pune, Mumbai and Bangalore. Just days after the four shows in India, THE INSPECTOR CLUZO returns to Japan once again, continuing the tour with five shows throughout the country.
THE INSPECTOR CLUZO Gasconha Rocks Fall World Tour 2014:
11/02/2014 NH7 Weekender Festival – Kolkotta, IN
11/05/2014 Blue Frog – Pune, IN
11/06/2014 Blue Frog – Mumbai, IN
11/09/2014 NH7 Week Ender Festival – Bangalore, IN
11/12/2014 Cafe Ben Private Event – Osaka, JP
11/14/2014 Jammin’ – Nagoya, JP
11/15/2014 Club Jammers – Gunma, JP
11/20/2014 Club Quattro – Tokyo, JP
11/21/2014 Soma Live House – Osaka, JP
THE INSPECTOR CLUZO continues to your in support of their fourth full-length, Gasconha Rocks, which was released in Europe to massive critical acclaim in September 2013, after which the band signed a US deal with Suicidal Records, run by Suicidal Tendencies/Infectious Grooves frontman, Mike Muir. Recorded in full analog by the band on their old MCI mixing desk on their farm in Mont de Marsan, Gascony, Gasconha Rocks captures the act’s most closely represented recording of their insanely energetic live show. Boasting a fully DIY attitude and system in every aspect, the duo — guitarist/vocalist Malcom Lacrouts and drummer/backing vocalist Phil Jourdain — has handled their own management, booking, label and promotion since inception, even amidst their massively and steadily growing fanbase over the years. Their rampant live performances have been heavily documented online, indisputably ranking them one of France’s most hard-touring bands.
Suicidal Records will release Gasconha Rocks stateside in early 2015, in conjunction with a widespread North American tour for the band. More specific details on the album’s American release and the impending trek in its support will be unveiled in the coming weeks.