We Are Scientists | The Heartbreaks | Superfood: The Junction, Cambridge – live photo reviewThis Photo of We Are Scientists © Valerio Berdini

We Are Scientists | Heartbreaks | Superfood 
The Junction, Cambridge
7th March 2014

We Are Scientists released their fourth album last week, ‘TV En Français’. To support the release they’ve been touring around the UK on a set of dates which included a gig at The Junction, Cambridge. Sometime Louder Than War photographer Valerio Berdini was in the house and took this great set of pics.

TV En Français was recorded in New York City over the last year with producer Chris Coady (Smith Westerns, Beach House, Gang Gang Dance, Blonde Redhead). Of the partnership singer and guitarist for We Are Scientists, Keith Murray, said:

“Yeah, working for the first time with Chris Coady as producer had a huge effect — he has such a distinct and well-developed sense of what’s cool and what sounds good, but he’s also emphatic about keeping the rawness of the performances in there.”

A summer of festivals are planned for the band and remaining dates on the tour (all with The Heartbreaks and Superfood) are as follows:

  • March 8th – Leeds – Stylus
  • March 9th – Manchester – Ritz
  • March 11th – Newcastle – O2 Academy
  • March 12th – Glasgow – O2 ABC
  • March 13 – Nottingham – Rock City
  • March 15th – Birmingham – Institute
  • March 16th – Norwich – Waterfront
  • March 17th – Southampton – University
  • March 19th – Bristol – O2 Academy
  • March 20th – London – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

We Are Scientists | The Heartbreaks | Superfood: The Junction, Cambridge – live photo reviewThe Heartbreaks

We Are Scientists | The Heartbreaks | Superfood: The Junction, Cambridge – live photo reviewSuperfood

We Are Scientists | The Heartbreaks | Superfood: The Junction, Cambridge – live photo reviewWe Are Scientists

We Are Scientists | The Heartbreaks | Superfood: The Junction, Cambridge – live photo reviewWe Are Scientists

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All words by Louder Than War & all photos are copyright Valerio Berdini who’s excellent website, Live on 35mm, can be found here: valerioberdini.com & whose blog is here. You can also keep up with Valerio on Twitter too if you wish: @liveon35mm

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