Psych heads Teeth of The Sea will play a live score at London’s Science Museum before heading to Deeper Cuts in Liverpool, Getintothis’ Mark Flannery reports.
Lovers of leftfield psych and electronica will hopefully have all their prayers answered on July 13, when Kazimier Garden and Phase One host Getintothis‘ very own Deeper Cuts festival, headlined by London trio, Teeth Of The Sea.
Incorporating elements of jazz, dubstep, dystopian cinematic soundscapes and straight down the middle psychedelic rock, the band have also been invited to perform a live score to a series on the Smithsonian Channel UK called, Apollo’s Moon Shot.
The six-part series documents the journey from America’s first manned orbit to the last man to set foot on the moon, and on Friday, June 21, Teeth Of The Sea will play at London’s Science Museum, to an abridged cut of the documentary series.
The evening will be introduced by NASA Mercury 13 trainee astronaut, Mary Wallace ‘Wally’ Funk. Funk had to undergo vigorous physical and mental tests to prove she was capable of being chosen for the Women In Space Program in 1961, and even scored higher than John Glenn, who was the first American to orbit the earth.
Sadly the program was cancelled before the women were due to undergo their last test.
Teeth of The Sea are no strangers to contributing to audio visual events, having performed at differing venues and shows, from the London Film Festival to Bestival.
For those who have listened to the band’s current album, Wraith, it will feel just the right kind of marriage for a psychedelic trip to the stars and back, hopefully landing safely in Liverpool on July 13.
You can buy tickets for Deeper Cuts here.