a-tota-so (UK) and Six Hands (BE) release ‘Bromance’ split EP

The two instrumental trios, a-tota- so from the UK and Six Hands from Belgium, combine musical-forces validating their shared love of all things instrumental through their forthcoming split EP ‘Bromance’.

Being released as a 10” record, ‘Bromance’ appeases the vinyl-lovers and fans alike, with both sides including new materials and a cover of the other band’s song and is now available for pre-order from: https://a-tota-so.bandcamp.com/album/the-bromance-ep

Six Hands an instrumental three-piece dancing on cheerful tunes and grinding guitars. Light-footed, twinkly guitars intertwine with funky baselines and incisive drums… sometimes playful, at times harsh, always Six Hands.

After their full-length album ‘JXTA’, the band has played extensively, including highlights as Pukkelpop Festival, Rock Herk and another UK tour with a-tota-so, prompting the creation of ‘Bromance’.

Toon of Six Hands say “It’s so sweet to finally affirm our shared band experiences in a physical record. We had a blast working out a rendition of our mates song and arereally looking forward to hitting the road together again.”

a-tota-so are a noisy instrumental math/grunge band with a big sound that encapsulates tender quiet moments along with big heavy riffs, this new release captures their live sound perfectly

a-tota-so are making their mark on the UK math-rock and post-rock scene having played at ArcTanGent festival ahead of the release of their self-titled full-length album. Forthcoming shows include Hanwell Hootie Festival and Portals.

Marty Toner of a-tota-so says, “We’ve known the six hands lads for a long time now so it’s nice to finally release something together especially since we’ve previously toured a lot together”

The two instrumental trios now validate their shared love through this new split 10″ record. Both sides include new material and a cover of the other bands song.

Six Hands and a-tota-so hit the road for a ‘Bromance’ European tour across the UK and Europe. With the hype being created for both acts and the anticipation of this forthcoming EP, shows are expected to sell out quickly.


11th May – The Hanwell Hootie Festival, London
25th May – Little Cavalier Festival, Birmingham
8/9th June – Portals Festival, London
29th June – Behave Festival, Truro

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