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MusicDishTV Presents "Pet Conspiracy Album Release Tour 2011 Video"
"Pet Conspiracy Album Release Tour 2011" video was shot on the road and during some of the main shows performed by the band worldwide from August to October 2011
After two monumental parties held in Beijing Tango and Shanghai Mixing Room in June 2011 - encompassing flamboyant scenographies, fancy outfits, two dancers and a broken-armed drummer - PC got dirtier and started hitting the road to promote their album in four countries worldwide.
As a first step, they paid a visit to their second home Europe, shocking international techno crowds with two gigs for Zurich Street Parade side-event Lethargy Festival (China Drifting). Back home, the Chinese/Italian quartet immediately jumped on the plane again to hit South Asia stages for the first time, headlining at Singapore Baybeats Festival and Kuala Lumpur Annexe Club. As a part of the tour, PC rocked China's main cities - Beijing, Shanghai and Hangzhou being the craziest - ending up with the explosive and overcrowded "Bloody Halloween Party" at Beijing Yugong Yishan.
The over 24-hour footage collected during the tour was edited by the Italian photographer and director Nicola Longobardi, over one of "Chongwu Tongmou" Album top hits "Hey Sir!".
PC are currently back to the studio to produce new stuff and they are preparing to hit the road again for their upcoming 2012 international tour.
Internationally defined as the "Asia's next big thing", Pet Conspiracy have quickly become an icon in the Chinese electronic music scene, getting themselves known with their over-the-top live acts, emcompassing massive scenographies, brilliant visuals, flamboyant theatrical affairs and french kisses.
MTV Asia Band of the month in 2009 and Best Electro Band in China in 2010, Pet Conspiracy have extensively been exposed to international audience through four European and one South Asia tours.
PC are currently one of the most interesting example of multicultural bands in China, with its current line-up including two Chinese (Huzi at Guitars, Programming and Production and Yun Yun at vocals) and two Italian members (Edo at drums and Mary at vocals).
Their first 11-track Album "Chonwu Tongmou", released in June 2011, offers a catchy electro punk mixed with some goth and some hint of beijing opera, and is sung in English, alongside Chinese and Italian.
PC on internet:
Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/
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Weibo (Chinese): http://weibo.com/