Mogwai To Perform Worldwide Live-streamed Gig In 2021
Mogwai have announced that they will perform a live-streamed show to celebrate the release of their upcoming new album, As The Love Continues.
Due for release on 19th February 2021, Mogwai’s new album, As The Love Continues will be their first studio album in four years, following on from Every Country’s Sun, which they released in 2017. It will be available on the band’s own label, Rock Action.
Mogwai shared details of the upcoming event on their social media platforms, describing their plans for a, “worldwide live performance”, which will be directed by Antony Crook. Crook has worked alongside the band on many occasions, including on Mogwai Japan: Knock For Knock, photos and a film Crook shot while traveling with the band across Japan in 2012, and on the sleeve artwork for the Earth Division EP and Hardcore Will Never Due, But You Will album, both issued in 2011.
'As The Love Continues' worldwide live performance premiere.
Saturday 13 February, 8pm GMT.
Directed by our long term collaborator @MrACrook
Filmed and recorded at @GlasgowTramway
Your first opportunity to hear our new album in full.
On sale now: https://t.co/bdvOD6WeVq pic.twitter.com/5bYpvXctxW
— Mogwai (@mogwaiband) December 17, 2020
The concert, which is filmed and recorded at Glasgow’s Tramway arts space, will be a live, worldwide premiere of As The Love Continues on Saturday 13th February at 8pm (GMT), a whole six days before the album is available. As Mogwai stated, it will be the “first opportunity to hear our new album in full.”
Digital tickets for the event are being sold on the band’s site here, for £15. The performance will be available to watch on any or all of the three broadcasts, separately timed for specific regions.
Mogwai have also stated that the show will not be available after it has taken place, so fans will have to watch it live to experience it.
Mogwai fans around the world will also have the chance to view it, as it will be available in the UK/Europe on the 13th at 8pm GMT/9pm CET; North/Central/South America at 6pm PST/8pm CST/9pm EST and in Asia/Australia and New Zealand on the 14th February at 6pm JST/8pm AEDT and 10pm NZDT.