Need a ride to our show in Port Chester, NY? Gogol’s got you covered…When you preorder SEEKERS AND FINDERS at Rough Trade, you will get a ticket and a ride to and from the Gogol Bordello record release show at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester on August 26 (pick up/drop off at Rough Trade)! First come, first serve. Space is very limited on the GB carrier so act fast…
Rough Trade is located at 64 N 9th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Today we bring you a brand new Lyric Video for ‘Walking On The Burning Coal’, a special preview of our new record ‘Seekers and Finders’. Our friends in Europe have already experienced the savage live performance of this number, in which we leave everything behind on the stage – now we are happy to share it with the world.
An avalanche of rage-turned-joy is coming your way in the form of ‘SEEKERS & FINDERS’. And psychic torture turned into Telepathic Love too.
Time to set score with the pseudo-spiritual times we live in… Nope buddy, “Not all seekers will be finders…” but If u can transmute all pervading negativity into personal power and resilience then a great sail is still ahead of you… a sail very well worth sailing.
11 tracks long ‘SEEKERS AND FINDERS’ set for a release on Aug 25 on Cooking Vinyl records.
Here lyric video for ‘Saboteur Blues’ (track 6) flashes you already an insight in its enraged potential.
See u on the road… http://www.gogolbordello.com/#tour
Nov 25 – Poznan, PL – Miedzynarodowe Targi Poznanskie
Nov 26 – Warsaw, PL – Klub Stodola
Nov 27 – Krakow, PL – Klub Studio
Nov 29 – Munich, DE – TonHalle
Nov 30 – Vienna, AT – Gasometer
Dec 04 – Zurich, CH – X-Tra
Dec 05 – Wiesbaden, DE – Schlachthof
Dec 07 – Cologne, DE – Live Music Hall
Dec 08 – Antwerp, BE – De Roma
Dec 09 – Paris, FR – Le Trianon
Dec 10 – Amsterdam, NL – Melkweg
Dec 19 – Dublin, IE – The Academy Dublin
See u on the road, familia…
*except on Dec 8
The Immigraniada Boat show with DeVotchKa has been upgraded to a larger size!!
We’ll now be sailing on the Cornucopia Majesty, departing from the same place as before: Pier 36 at 299 South Street. More tickets available here. Proceeds to benefit the ACLU. Please note, this event is rain or shine. The boat will depart promptly at 8pm so please arrive by 7pm!!
You may know our stories, of how we came to America from Ukraine or Russia, Ethiopia or Ecuador; or how our families before us made the same journies for a better life. Now we stand with those fighting for their better lives, and the people who fight alongside them.
On April 6th we will leave Pier 36 at 299 South St. We’ll spend the evening sailing the New York Harbour aboard the good ship Liberty Belle, and we’ll be joined by our very good friends DeVotchKa.
Wanna join us? This is not a private party! Tickets are on presale as of Wednesday April 15th at 12pm ET, and general sale Friday March 17th. All proceeds are going to ACLU, which is on the front lines in the fight for immigrants’ rights.
“Immigration naturally enriches culture and human resource of any country. It is a complicated, sensitive subject to consider with care and love…” – Eugene Hutz
See u there, familia.
GOOD is reinventing the traditional “benefit” concert with GOODFest — a first-of-its-kind livestream festival for good. Each event brings together music, art, community, and technology to create a powerful platform for change — and you’re invited!
On December 9th, members of Gogol Bordello will play with Nick Zinner of Yeah Yeah Yeahs perform a one-off experience at Music Box Village in New Orleans, LA with spoken word and music by Tank of Tank and The Bangas. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Equal Justice Initiative which is committed to ending mass incarceration and challenging racial and economic injustice.
Can’t make it in person? No worries. GOOD will be livestreaming each show, so you’ll be able to witness the magic of each performance from anywhere when you tune in via YouTube Live or Facebook Live.
To get more info, sign up for stream reminders and for a chance to win tickets and backstage passes, check out https://goodfest.good.is