In a new Billboard interview, they said about U.S. dates:
After recent tours in South America and Australia, the band is booking on a full slate of European festivals before some dates in South Korea and Japan. As for any U.S. dates, Buxton remains non-committal. "If people like the music and really get into it, then we’ll probably come," he says. "If they don't, we won't."
I don't know what that means. Maybe they are waiting for the album to come out (now due in october).
Originally Posted by stinkbutt
I know it's hard, but try not to turn into GPS. It is just unfortunate for us all.
it means they think people don't like them in america. which to an extent is true. they certainly aren't liked here anywhere near as much as they are in europe or australia. (or I guess south korea or japan)
Originally Posted by Twattycakes
If Zimmer isn't on the Coachella Stage I will literally shit on my own face in disgust.
I say that because Underworld are more computer driven and Basement Jaxx are more organic in their live show. UW have more of an edge to them that seems to resonate with the demographic HARD is going after. The Jaxx--while equally splendid--are more of a dance band, live anyway. But both certainly do DJ sets.
More than anything else it's that Underworld has more of an edge than Basement Jaxx.