The Alarm Acoustic with Mike Peters – W-Fest, Ostende, Belgium – This Friday

The Alarm Acoustic with Mike Peters will appear at the W-Fest in Ostende Belgium this Friday night (8pm).

Armed with the unique electro-acoustic Auden Vigilante and an expanded one man band rock sound driven by a radical rhythm machine and bass drum, Mike Peters will bring the full energy of The Alarm’s repertoire of songs to the Batcave Live Stage at 8pm (replacing the Fields of the Nephilim who have had to pull out).

Day Tickets for Friday Nights performance at W-Fest  are available here.

Following on from the recent electrifying performances in Holmfirth (see review below), and Beautiful Days, The Alarm Acoustic with Mike Peters will also continue with dates at The Red, Wales (September 12th / November 4th – SOLD OUT),  and in California this October.
October 18th Canyon Club, Montclair, CA Tickets Here
October 20th Wiens Winery, Temecula, CA Ticket Link Soon
October 21st Canyon Club, Agoura Hills, CA. Tickets Here
October 22nd The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA Tickets Here

The Alarm: Still Ringing The Bell

Photos: Graham Clark

Rising from the ashes of the post-punk movement, The Alarm, along with bands such as U2, The Cult, and Simple Minds, gave music in the eighties an injection of hope and energy with a strong dose of self-belief.

Lead by the charismatic Mike Peters, The Alarm is still going strong forty years later. Despite health issues (Peters has had a relapse of his leukaemia and pneumonia over the last twelve months), the dogged determination and spirit of punk rock music have seen the band continue to thrive.

Appearing at the Holmfirth Picturedrome, The Alarm took the audience on a journey that, for many, was the soundtrack to their youth. As Peters rattled through the songs at breakneck speed, there was no time for any in-between-song banter. If Peters had wanted to show that his health was no longer an issue, he had proved that with a fighting spirit, you defy any odds stacked up against you.

My Town sounded magnificent as an opening invitation to witness one of the most underrated acts in the country, with influences from The Clash to Bob Dylan being displayed finely….. while tracks like The Stand, Where Were You Hiding When the Storm Broke, and Sixty-Eight Guns demonstrated the power, passion, and optimism evident in these uplifting numbers.