Alamo Race Track are a quirky quartet from the Netherlands who’ve toured alongside Arctic Monkeys and have even been featured on the hit show Grey’s Anatomy. Incorporating a number of rock genres into their sound, their music has taken the form of dark indie-rock reminiscent of Interpol and more recently, stripped down, melancholy folk-pop in the vein of Fleet Foxes.
Alamo Race Track’s third album, Unicorn Loves Deer, is available via Excelsior Recordings.
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Official website: http://www.alamoracetrack.com/
Upcoming tour dates:
12/17/11 @ Still Nacht, Underground in Lelystad NL (festival)
1/12/12 @ Eurosonic Festival in Groningen, NL
1/20/12 @ Patronat in Haarlem, NL
1/26/12 @ Vooruit in Gent, BE
2/4/12 @ Charlerio, Belgium
2/9/12 @ Luxor in Arnhem, NL
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