Aqueous

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With roots at Vermont's Castleton State University, Twiddle began their extensive touring career in 2005. Over a decade later, the foursome has composed an eclectic catalogue spanning three studio albums of originals, in addition to many live releases. Currently the band is digging in at the studio composing PLUMP Chapter Two, the second half of their acclaimed third album. Having performed at a multitude of international festivals, Twiddle's trajectory shows zero sign of slowing.

Buffalo based quartet Aqueous never ceases to impress fans and new listeners alike as they continue to build on the momentum gained through blistering live performances and consistently flawless studio releases. The band will continue to capitalize on that effect, as they release a brand new album, Best In Show, today, October 13th, 2016.

Aqueous has announced an extensive festival laden late spring and summer itinerary for 2016.

Aqueous is headed out on an extended winter/spring tour with multiple high profile slots and festivals. Tour kicks off Feb. 6 with a two set shindig at Rochester’s Flour City Station. February also features five dates in the Midwest providing support for Papadosio and a two night Northeast run with Broccoli Samurai.

Aqueous continues to expand their touring region with an extensive fall tour hitting several new markets and festivals across the nation. 
 
August will feature a hometown Canalside gig opening for Umphrey's McGee and the foursomes return to the popular Peach festival in Scranton, PA. September continues festival season with two night stands at both the Night Lights Fall festival and Catskill Chill.
 

After a busy fall and spring touring schedule across the US, Aqueous has a busy summer ahead loaded with festival slots and high profile gigs. May will mark the groove rock foursomes 3rd consecutive Summer Camp appearance with two sets over two days. Early June will feature a northward journey for a two night stand at Toronto’s Illumination festival with one set themed around the music of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. June 18 Aqueous will join forces with Dopapod to become “AquaPod” at the 3rd annual Buffalove Music Festival.

Buffalo's groove rock machine Aqueous will continue their rapid growth and expanding audiences with an extensive spring/early summer tour. Featuring a first ever run in Colorado - hitting Vail, Telluride, and Denver twice - the boys will also hit multiple cities in the north east and mid west.
 

Aqueous is elated to announce winter tour 2014-2015. The band will finish up December with some dates in the northeast before culminating in a hometown New Years Eve show at Buffalo’s Iron Works. January features a mid west run through Ohio and Kentucky before a southern dip in February.

Buffalo’s New York’s favorite groove rock act Aqueous will release their 3rd studio effort - Cycles - on October 21 2014. Fans can pre-order the album now via the bands merch page http://aqueous1.bandcamp.com/merch and physical copies will be available at fall shows starting October 23.

Buffalo's groove rock juggernaut Aqueous is happy to announce fall tour 2014. Hot off a packed set at this years Peach Festival the band will head through Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina en route to their debut at the annual Mantrabash festival. A prime time set at the 15th annual moe.down will close out August. 
 

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