including a date at the Anvil in Bournemouth

Modern Error

Hot off the heels of the release of their debut “Lost In The Noise” EP and UK tours with As It Is and Enter Shikari, Modern Error have today announced a co-headline tour of the UK with Lotus Eater around their respective appearances at Camden Rocks in June. The tour sees the bands playing the following dates, with tickets for the dates from June 3rd – 9th on sale now.

01: LONDON Camden Rocks Festival *
02: LONDON Camden Rocks Festival **
03: BRISTOL Exchange
04: STOKE Underground
05: SHEFFIELD Record Junkee
07: BEDFORD Esquires
09: MARGATE Elsewhere
* Modern Error only / ** Lotus Eater only

Modern Error

“Lost In The Noise”: On the surface – Modern Error’s, “Lost In The Noise”, is written in three parts, all dictated by the idea of self-war and personal change. Those three parts? Lack of belief, loss of purpose and hiding a true self behind a false self and finally, separating from your true self. In other words, the downward trajectory of a toxic state of mind, feeling you canít be a part of the world. Visually inspired by surreal cinema, with Lost In The Noise, Modern Error wanted to create a world that portrays the fragile destructiveness of these feelings, making for a dark but beautiful experience.

Modern Error

Lotus Eater are a band that represent the sound of a generation left to rot in the margins. Hailing from the streets of Glasgow – a city where nearly half of young people live in urban poverty – the quintet combine remorseless, down-tuned groove and claustrophobic atmosphere to utterly traumatising effect. Lotus Eater is a culture, a society, an emotion; your slasher film nightmare in aural form; a bellicose roar from the bottom of the deep: fuck you. The bandís frenzied, unhinged live catharsis has already won them a legion of fans, each one simply seeking unfettered honesty in a world where the ugly truth is expected to give way to a handsome lie. With the release of new single ëBreak Ití, the band become the first heavy British band to sign to Hopeless Records (Avenged Sevenfold, Thrice) in the labelís 25-year history. They are only just getting started.

Lotus Eater



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