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Published on September 6th, 2013 | by Brian Coney

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Watch: Axis Of – The World’s Oldest Computer

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As part of their “Sharing St. Kilda” Day – and ahead of their performance at the fourth annual Tweed Fest tomorrow – North Coast three-piece Axis Of have unveiled the video to their new single, ‘The World’s Oldest Computer’.

For all of today, the Ewen Friers-fronted band have asked the fans to the spread the word about all things Axis Of via social media and other platforms. Earlier today, they announced details of a forthcoming thirty-two date tour. See below for the dates.

September

7: Ballymoney – Tweedfest
11: Dublin – Workmans w/ Jetplane Landing
12: Dublin – Tower Records w/ Jetplane Landing
13: Derry – Stables w/ Jetplane Landing
14: Belfast – Limelight 1 w/ Jetplane Landing
27: Lerwick, Shetland Islands – Lerwick Legion (all ages show)
28: Brae, Shetland Islands – Mid Brae Inn

October 

1: Glasgow – King Tuts
3: Southampton – Avondale House
4: Haarlem, Netherlands – Cafe Pitcher
5: Emmen, Netherlands – Hurze spoorloos
6: Antwerp, Belgium – Music City
9: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Adm Leeft
10: Brussels, Belgium – Corner House
11: Wermelskirchen, Germany – AJZ Bahndamm
12: Luxembourg – Decibel
13: Wurzberg, Germany – Felix Kunstcafe
16: Chemnitz, Germany – Subway to Peter
17: Cheb, Czech Republic – Jazz Rock Cafe
18: Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic – Slash Bar
19: Prague, Czech Republic – Klub 007
20: Ostrava, Czech Republic – Plan B hardcore cafe
23: Aachen, Germany – The Wild Rover
24: Liege, Belgium – Venue TBC
26: Sheerness – The Ivy Leaf
28: Brighton – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
29: Eastbourne – Buskers Bar

November

1: Glasgow – Nice n Sleazy’s
2: Kilmarnock – The Hunting Lodge
3: Aberdeen – Downstairs
8: Basingstoke – Venue TBC
9: Leicester – The Shed

Watch Ciara McMullan’s video to ‘The World’s Oldest Computer’ – taken from the band’s debut album Finding St. Kilda – below.

Photo by Jamie Hunter.

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