Archive: Classic Albums Live at ICE Kraków

Monday, February 24, 2025, 6:00 PM

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  • Monday, February 24, 2025, 6:00 PM
  • Tuesday, February 25, 2025, 6:00 PM

Acclaimed South London collective Archive have added more dates to their tour in support of their classic albums reissue campaign. The band will perform four albums, You All Look The Same To Me, Noise, Controlling Crowds (Parts I-III) and Controlling Crowds (Part IV) in full for the first time ever, at double-header shows across Europe in 2025. Including two previously announced dates at the 6,000 capacity Paris Zenith.

Talking about the tour, Archive founding member Darius Keeler said:

The response to the Paris shows was really overwhelming! We knew the albums were well loved by our fans and held a special place in people’s hearts, but we’ve never attempted anything on this scale before, playing four albums in full!

 This will be a unique experience for us, a joy and an extraordinary journey. We’ve grown so much as a live band since we recorded those albums, it’s an opportunity to revisit the songs and present them live in a way that we couldn’t have done before. They’re going to be very special gigs, I can’t wait!

Tickets for all added dates go on sale Friday 14th June at 10am UK / 11am CET.

A limited number of special two-gig tickets are available for each city.

The band today released new track My Last featuring former vocalist Craig Walker. The song is a previously unreleased track originally worked on for the band’s 2004 album Noise. My Last features on deluxe editions of the remastered Noise album, along with 7 other previously unreleased tracks from the You All Look The Same To Me and Noise era of the band.

Also remastered and released on vinyl for the first time ever as part of the project are the band’s Controlling Crowds I-III & IV albums, with 10 rare and previously unreleased tracks across the various formats.

The four remastered albums are all released on 20th September 2024. All formats are available to pre-order HERE.

Source: press release

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ICE Kraków Congress Centre

ul. Konopnickiej 17

A modern venue hosting concerts, theatrical performances, exhibitions, congresses, conferences, and other prestigious cultural and community events.

The multifunctional ICE Kraków Congress Centre is one of the most attractively situated and designed venues of this type in Europe. Opened in 2014, the modern venue hosts concerts, theatrical productions, exhibitions, congresses, conferences, and other prestigious cultural and community events. The high standard of the building has ranked it among the most exclusive and award-winning congress centres in Europe.

The ICE Kraków offers three impressive halls: Auditorium, Theatre, and Chamber with 2000, 600, and 300 seats respectively, plus an additional complex of conference halls. Its pride and hallmark is the all-glass three-storey lobby opening onto the Vistula and offering a magnificent view of Wawel and the Church “on the Rock”.

An InfoKraków city information point on the premises.

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