The reunited Bauhaus this morning released their first new music in 14 years, a single put together during the COVID-19 lockdown.
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Bauhaus will continue pandemic-interrupted reunion this year with five newly announced spring shows in the western U.S. between the goth legends’ festival appearances.
If you missed out on the limited-edition vinyl pressing of Tones on Tail’s lone studio album — 1984’s nine-song set Pop — released for last year’s delayed Record Store Day, Beggars Banquet is issuing a standard LP edition this spring. Full details right here.
With the Bauhaus reunion sidelined by COVID-19, guitarist Daniel Ash found plenty of time in 2020 to focus on a new album by his new band — a trio called Ashes and Diamonds — with plans to release the record later this year, he announced in a podcast interview Monday. More details here.
Beggars Banquet will reissue the lone studio album from Bauhaus offshoot Tones on Tail — 1984’s nine-song set Pop — for the first time ever on Record Store Day, packing the album in a new sleeve featuring revised artwork and silver foil text. Full details and tracklist right here.
Like clockwork, the goth-rock legends Bauhaus continue to roll out reunion dates, adding to more U.S. shows — in Dallas and Chicago — this summer to the band’s 2020 itinerary, which now includes seven concert and festival dates in the U.S., Mexico and Europe. See full dates right here.
The reunion of goth-rock legends Bauhaus continues to expand beyond the three shows the band played in Hollywood, with the announcement on Friday of a third 2020 date, this time in México City, between previously announced concerts in London and New York City. Full details right here.
The reunion of goth-rock legends Bauhaus will extend beyond the three shows the band played in Hollywood in November and December as the group — Peter Murphy, Daniel Ash, Kevin Haskins, David J — today announced additional concerts in London and New York City. Full details right here.
Bauhaus closed out its three-night reunion at the Hollywood Palladium on Sunday night by saving a surprise for the end of the night: the band’s first performance of its cover of Brian Eno’s “Third Uncle” since its first reunion tour in 1998 — and only its second airing since 1983. Check out video right here.
The original lineup of Bauhaus roared back to life Sunday night at the Hollywood Palladium, as Peter Murphy, Daniel Ash, David J and Kevin Haskins came together for the first time in 13 years for the first of three planned reunion shows at the Los Angeles venue. Check out the setlist and video right here.
or those not lucky enough to be at tonight’s first Bauhaus concert in 13 years, be sure to tune in to the Slicing Up Eyeballs-hosted “Dark Wave” at 10 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Pacific on Sirius XM satellite radio’s 1st Wave for a special Bauhaus & Family edition. Full details right here.
The reunited Bauhaus — featuring the full original lineup of Peter Murphy, Daniel Ash, Kevin Haskins and David J — today added a third concert at the Hollywood Palladium, this one in December, about a month after the two shows that sold out last week. Full details right here.
If you’ve ever gone looking for live footage of Tones on Tail — Daniel Ash’s and Kevin Haskins’ post-Bauhaus, pre-Love and Rockets project — you know what a black hole that is. Which is why it’s so thrilling to see Glenn Campling, the band’s bassist, sharing rare live footage of the trio performing in Scotland in 1984.
Goth-rock legends Bauhaus will reunite for their first concert in 13 years this November, a performance that comes after the band seemingly had split into competing camps in recent years, with bassist David J touring with frontman Peter Murphy and guitarist Daniel Ash teaming up with drummer Kevin Haskins as Poptone.