The Asteroids Galaxy Tour documented a promo day in Paris on Monday (June 15). The Danish alternative pop group were seen in-flight before hopping in a van on their way to do the ‘Star Mag’ TV show. The day continued with radio shows. Watch below.
The Asteroids Galaxy Tour posted a video blog from the London stop of their tour with Katy Perry on Tuesday (June 9), where the Danish alt pop group performed a backstage cover of ‘She Said She Said’ by The Beatles. Watch via YouTube below.
Mette Lindberg of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour updated fans on the Danish alt-pop group’s blog at MySpace on Wednesday (June 10), talking about the their debut album. Lindberg writes:
A lot of you are asking “when will the Fruit be released”!!??? I can tell you that it will be in September this year :-) We can’t wait to get it out, and share it with you all. Two And a Half Month to Go Go Gooo!!
As it is now, it’s possible to get hold of a number of our songs if you go to the iTunes store.
At the moment we are in London UK. Yesterday we played at Shepherds Bush Empire. That was the beginning of our support tour with Katy Perry. She is really sweet and her and the crew are being realy nice to us.
It’s a tuff one playing for a crowd that don’t know your music. Hopefully they do now!!! Tonight we are playing the same beautyfull venue again. Tomorrow we are playing in Brighton.
Watch their performance of ‘Golden Age’ at Shepherds Bush Empire below.
It’s A Trap spoke with Mette Lindberg and Lars Iversen of the Danish alt pop group The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, asking about the concept behind the title of their debut album ‘Fruit’.
“Fruits can be many things,” Lars said. “It can be fruit of the work that you did. Fruit can be the outcome of something good. But we actually do like fruit quite a lot. We eat it all the time!”
Mette added, “And fruit it’s not just one thing. It’s so many things. You can have a banana, but you can have grapes and they’re so different. It’s like describing all colours and shapes.”
Check out the entire interview here.
Mette Lindberg of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour posted highlights from the Danish alt pop group’s tour stop in The Netherlands on Friday (May 1), featuring a tour of their bus and then in rehearsals at Effenaar in Eindhoven, where the drummer said he’d been throwing up.
The video at YouTube has since been removed.
Mette Lindberg of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour checked in with fans on the Danish alt-pop group’s blog at MySpace (@theasteroidsgalaxytour) on Thursday (April 16), talking about an interesting mix of their breakout hit ‘Around The Bend’ she found on YouTube. The singer writes:
Sometimes people put out the strangest things on You Tube…
I found this one a while ago.
-A crazy mix you can call it he he…
Where did that idea come from ?
Check it out, I think it’s realy funny :-)
When The Asteroids Galaxy Tour played at Cargo in London a few weeks ago, the Danish alt pop act asked fans for their burning questions to put to Mette Lindberg and she answered the best ones under the watchful glare of the cameras. Part one features Mette talking about singing right out of the womb, what she likes to do while in London, and wishing she could be Superman.
Video at YouTube has since been removed.
Part two of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour’s video log documenting their trip to North America for South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas has been posted online. The Danish alt-pop act performing live at several venues during the annual festival.
Mette Lindberg of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour checked in with fans on the Danish alternative pop group’s blog at MySpace (@theasteroidsgalaxytour) on Sunday (March 1), talking about their time in New York. The singer tells readers:
Me and Lars just got back to Copenhagen after a week of promotion and good times in NY.
For one of the interviews we made sushi at a restaurant (Bond Street) just next to “The Loft” where we played in November last year. We did very well I think. Now I know how to do the spicy tuna roll – Woop. And I found out that I love the eel with avocado, Yum Yum !!!
Mette Lindberg of The Asteroids Galaxy Tour checked in with fans on the Danish indie pop group’s blog at MySpace (@theasteroidsgalaxytour) on Thursday (February 12). The singer tells readers:
Yesterday we had the early flight from Denmark to France.. zzzz!!
Because of the snowy weather the metro was not to be trusted. I of course did not check it out before leaving home, so I got to the airport in the last minute.
When I went to check in, the check in man told me to pay for the keyboard I normally carry for free, as hand baggage. It is a new thing, you have to pay extra if you bring instruments. It does not matter if it’s small and talking less space than a bag with baby stuff or an antique lamp from Rome, that is for free. No, instruments are being treated as their own kind..how stupid is that!!!
You don’t want to hear that when you are in a hurry and have to stand in one more line to pay.. hmmm!!!
Well then we boarded the plane…waited 15min, 25min 35min 45min…and after the plain had been cleaned from snow on the wings, we took off!!!