LOTUS UNFOLDING

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April 2024 Tour

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Ozric Tentacles are embarking on an extensive European tour in April 2024 focussing on a route through Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Eastern Europe and the Balkans to Greece and back via Germany.

Silas & Saski (Silas Wynne and Saskia Maxwell) will be the opening act on all of the tour dates.

April 3 – Casino Conzertsaal, Sint-Niklaas, BELGIUM (SOLD OUT)
April 4 – De Boerderij, Zoetermeer, NETHERLANDS
April 5 – Effenaar, Eindhoven, NETHERLANDS
April 6 – Capitol, Langethal, SWITZERLAND
April 8 – Hiroshima, Torino, ITALY
April 9 – Magnolia, Milano, ITALY
April 10 – Crazy Bull, Genova, ITALY (SOLD OUT)
April 11 – Largo Venue, Roma, ITALY
April 12 – Link, Bologna, ITALY
April 13 – Capitol, Pordenone, ITALY
April 14 – Klub Kotac, Pula, CROATIA (SOLD OUT)
April 15 – Club Mochvara, Zagreb, CROATIA
April 16 – A38, Budapest, HUNGARY
April 17 – Control Club, Bucharest, ROMANIA
April 18 – Singles, Sofia, BULGARIA
April 19 – Fuzz Club, Athens, GREECE
April 20 – Mylos, Thessaloniki, GREECE
April 22 – Transtation Subart, Kranj, SLOVENIA
April 23 – Klub Kotac, Pula, CROATIA (SECOND SHOW ADDED)
April 27 – Kulturzentrum Das Rind, Russelsheim, GERMANY
April 28 – Forum, Bielefeld, GERMANY

More dates on this tour TBC.

Please keep checking social media and Live Shows listings.

In the meantime, Ozric Tentacles head out for the third and final tour with labelmates GONG through March 2024.

LOTUS UNFOLDING

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Ozric Tentacles return with their new excursion into the worlds of the magical and brilliant with another aural treat in the form of ‘Lotus Unfolding’ out now via Kscope.

Lotus Unfolding is the new release from UK based instrumental intergalactic travellers Ozric Tentacles. Six new tunes have been added to the Ozric universe, conceived, written and recorded in their own ‘Blue Bubble’ studio in Fife.

Ozric Tentacles’ aural synapses buzz throughout the album to channel the band’s limitless creativity, making Lotus Unfolding the perfect conduit of the spiritual and the physical. It’s an essential addition to the band’s catalogue.

Lotus Unfolding is available on CD Digipak, Limited Marble LP with limited die cut sleeve, Blue LP also with limited die cut sleeve, Black LP and available digitally.

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Trees of Eternity

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Out now, Trees Of Eternity (1994 - 2000) is the new 7 remastered Disc, 72-page Hardback Book containing 6 studio albums and the never-before-released Live at Fillmore, 1998. At the heart of this deluxe set is an in-depth book containing original liner notes by Dominic Blake, words from Ed Wynne, previously unseen photographs, rare content collected from band members old and new, personal artefacts from close associates of the band and new Erpmen drawn by Ed Wynne.

Travelling The Great Circle

New Ozrics deluxe multi-disc boxset out now!
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Alongside the first four official studio albums released by Ozric Tentacles - Pungent Effulgent, Erpland, Strangeitude and Jurassic Shift - and Live Underslunky, Travelling The Great Circle offers a collection of rare content from band members old and new, personal artefacts from close associates of the band, and new Erpmen drawn by Ed Wynne. The 80-page Hardback Book Edition also features liner notes by Dominic Blake, rare photographs and hard to find audio and visual material. The bonus disc Demos & Rarities was hand-picked and remastered by Ed Wynne. 

This edition also includes a DVD featuring the band performing to a sold out crowd at Brixton’s Fridge in 1991, along with various TV appearances from the era.

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"Ozric Tentacles still inhabit that part of the sonic landscape where Gong rub shoulders with Jean-Michel Jarre." The Arts Desk

One of the most influential bands to emerge from the UK's festival scene, Ozric Tentacles formed during the solstice at Stonehenge Free Festival 1983 going on to become psychedelic staples at Glastonbury and other festivals. The creative vision of multi-instrumentalist Ed Wynne, the Ozrics' uniquely trippy soundscapes connect fans of progressive rock, psychedelia and dance music culture.

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