Don't Help Me Up & 4GFTF live dates

Don't Help Me Up & 4GFTF live dates

We proudly present a brand new single & video by the name Don't Help Me Up from 4 Guys From The Future.

The video is made by the real Søren Rye, and is an impelling, futuristic music video about the earth as human deserted. Take a look at it below!  

Don’t Help Me Up is from their debut album Under The New Morning Sun. Go to our shop and get it immediately... or buy the whole album:)

The guys will be touring this spring - here's the dates:

  • March 10 - Stengade (solo-Bjarke) w. Mellemblond
  • March 11 - Christianshavnsbeboerhus (solo-Bjarke) w. Mellemblond
  • April 14 - Gimle/Roskilde
  • April 16 - Forbrændingen/Albertslund
  • April 22 - KB18 May 27/28 - SPOT Festival 2011 

More dates to be announced.

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