Geometric Patterns arrive from Tokyo

The Ferret in Fylde Road will offer music connoisseurs a rare opportunity to see one of Japan’s hottest psychedelic rock acts later this year.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 25th August 2014, 2:00 pm
Kikagaku Moyo
Kikagaku Moyo

Kikagaku Moyo from Tokyo will swing through the Fylde Road venue on October 20.

This has already been a red letter year for the band who scored rave reviews with their appearance at the US festival Austin Psych Fest – with many saying it was the best performance of the festival.

Kikagaku Moyo have become one of the most talked about bands of 2014 and a spokesman for The Ferret said the venue was delighted to land the booking on this, their first UK tour.

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True psychedelic pioneers, a band spokesman said inspiration for the name Kikagaku Moyo (meaning Geometric Patterns) came from playing six hours straight in total darkness – at which point they started to see colours and patterns behind their eyelids.

A free form aural experience is promised, and the group claim that through improvisation they are able to freely explore beyond consciousness and make ‘free music’, taking the audience on a journey through inner space...

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Tickets on sale now, £5. For more information or to book tickets call 01772 200017 or go to call