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French Dark-Wave, New Age Band Deleyaman: Live in Concert The "Change Things" Tour
For the first time on tour in the U.S., in advance of the release of their sixth album, European alternative band Deleyaman presents a series of seven intimate concerts April 20 - May 11 in venues across LA County - "The Change Things Tour."
For the first time on tour in the U.S., in advance of the release of their sixth album, European alternative band Deleyaman will present a series of seven intimate concerts between April 20 and May 11 in venues across LA County. Based in Normandie, France, the four members of Deleyaman are of American-Armenian, French-Armenian, French and Swedish descent. They have been described in Elegy Magazine as "one of the best kept secrets in alternative music today." Their music is melodic and soulful, every note and word packed with deep emotion. Their sound has been described as a dark, harmonious and sacred vibe that combines smooth, choral-influenced vocals with the mourning sounds of the Armenian duduk. The band will be on tour playing in intimate venues across Los Angeles this spring debuting at Santa Monica Playhouse with opening act Finnish Singer, Songwriter Irina Bjorklund on April 20, 2012.
“As rare as the music once shaped in the hands of Dead can Dance and Cocteau Twins”
- Logo Magazine
The band is comprised of Aret (Aret Madilian), Liz (Beatrice Valantin), Jirair M (Gerard Madilian), and Mia (Mia Bjorlingsson)
The tour will also be the homecoming for the American leader of the band Aret Madilian, who is originally from Los Angeles and was once a member of a South Bay based post-punk duo called “Wog, “winner of the 1985 KROQ Battle of the Bands. The performances on April 20 (Santa Monica Playhouse) and April 21 (Two Roads Theatre) will also feature Finnish Actress, Singer, Songwriter, Musical Saw Player Irina Bjorklund (http://www.irinabjorklund.com) and her composer partner Peter Fox with soothing, make-a-better-
Deleyaman’s Change Things Tour will play Santa Monica Playhouse, 1211 4th Street, Santa Monica (4/20 & 5/11); Two Roads Theatre, 4348 Tujunga Avenue Studio City (4/21); The Luna Playhouse, 3706 San Fernando Road Glendale ( 4/27-4/29); Atwater Crossing 3245-3191 Casitas Ave. LA., (5/3).Tickets for the concerts are $20-$25 depending on location and are available online at www.ItsMySeat.com/