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Bo Ningen and Savages to release joint record 'Words To The Blind'

37-minute long track is described as a "simultaneous sonic poem"

Bo Ningen and Savages to release joint record 'Words To The Blind'

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Bo Ningen and Savages have announced plans to release 'Words To The Blind', a joint recording comprising of one 37-minute-long track.

'Words To The Blind' is descibed as a "simultaneous sonic poem" and was inspired by the Dadaist concept of the 'simultaneous poem'.

Bo Ningen and Savages originally performed 'Words To The Blind' together at The Red Gallery in London in May 2103. The performance saw both bands playing at the same time on a U-shaped stage, with the bands’ drummers sitting at the bottom of the bend and the audience watching from the middle. See below to view a trailer for the original performance.

Bo Ningen and Savages will perform 'Words To The Blind' again together this autumn with the support of London’s Barbican. The show will take place at Oval Space, east London on November 19.

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