More photos from April’s Telling Strange Tales UK tour by The Humans. These are from the final gig at The Britannia. Click below to view larger versions of these at Dreamscape’s Gallery. (Thanks to Angus | Photos © Angus Turner)
The 2014 edition of The Acoustic Album and last year’s third album by The Humans, Strange Tales, are both now available to order/buy online on CD. Further info at toyahwillcox.com. Click below to go directly to the Burning Shed store.
A final selection of photos from Toyah & The Humans’ Telling Strange Tales tour. These are from The 100 Club, London last Saturday. Click below to view larger versions of these, and many more, at Dreamscape’s Gallery - scroll down to the fourth set of photos. (Thanks to Mark | Photos © Mark Evans)
More photos from Sunday’s final Telling Strange Tales gig at The Britannia. Toyah & The Humans – They came, they saw, they conquered! Click below to view larger versions of these, and many more, at Dreamscape’s Gallery. (Thanks to Brian | Photos © Brian Marsh)
Photos from Sunday’s Toyah & The Humans gig at The Britannia in Chatham, Kent. Click below to view larger versions of these, and more, at Dreamscape’s Gallery. ( Thanks to Ian [1-5] and Asher  | Photos © Ian Davis [1-5] & Asher Meekins  )
More of Damon’s photos from Saturday’s Toyah & The Humans gig at The 100 Club, London. Click below to view larger versions of these, and many more, at Dreamscape’s Gallery. (Thanks again to Damon | Photos © Damon King)
The set list for Saturday’s gig. Thanks to Damon. Thanks also to Merx and Ian Davis who sent details about the Gloucester and Chatham set lists. Click below to view a larger version of these, and more, at Dreamscape’s Gallery. (Photos © Damon King)
Full transcripts of two recent Toyah interviews are now available to read at The Toyah Willcox Interview Archive.
Severn FM’s The Encyclopaedia of Rock radio appearance, with Toyah and Bill Rieflin talking about The Humans and the Telling Strange Tales tour, and Toyah guesting on ITV’s Lorraine, again discussing The Humans, and much more.
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A great photo of Toyah onstage at The 100 Club at Saturday’s Toyah & The Humans gig. I’ll be adding this and more from The 100 Club as well as photos from Sunday’s gig at The Britannia Chatham, to Dreamscape’s Gallery soon. (Thanks to Damon | Photo © Damon King)
• Watch/Listen to a selection of footage/songs from Saturday’s Telling Strange Tales gig at the Toyah Fan Videos You Tube channel. (Thanks to Lärwi)
Toyah and Bill Rieflin onstage last night at The 100 Club, London.
Toyah tweeted this great photo below yesterday, in the build up to the penultimate gig: “Back at the @100clubLondon after 35 years! It is chocka full 2nite“.
The Humans will be Telling Strange Tales for the final time on this tour tonight at The Britannia, Chatham. (Photo below © Toyah Willcox)
Toyah & The Humans at Gloucester Guildhall last Tuesday. Click on the photo to view a larger version of this, and more, at the Live 2015 page at Dreamscape’s Gallery. (Thanks to Angus | Photo © Angus Turner)
TOYAH WILLCOX: Toyah — yes TOYAH — performs an intimate gig alongside The Humans tonight at the 100 Club on Oxford Street. 18+. £12, 7pm.
• Twitter: Toyah has been tweeting about the gigs: “Southampton Talking Heads was possibly best HUMANS gig ever ….AWESOME“, “THE HUMANS shows r going from strength 2 strength. 2nite swansea. 2morrow LONDON! We will rock u“.
• AGMP Concerts: There’s 2 chances to see Toyah and The Humans this weekend, #london #chatham. Get your tickets now!
• You Tube: The Humans (feat. Toyah) live 11 April 2015 at Trading Boundaries: 1. Get in Your Car (from the album ‘Strange Tales’), 2. Amnesia (from the album ‘Strange Tales’), 3. Smalltown Psychopath (from the album ‘Sugar Rush’), 4. Sea of Size (from the album ‘Sugar Rush’), 5. Put a Woman on the Moon (from the album ‘Sugar Rush’), 6. Demigod (from the album ‘We Are the Humans’) – Watch/Listen here…
Homo Sapians began to evolve 200,000 years ago, but The Humans first appeared in Estonia in 2007.
The band is fronted by Toyah Willcox, who first announced herself to British cultural consciousness in the late seventies, first in Jubilee, the seminal piece of punk celluloid, and then forging her own solo musical career with a string of top 40 UK hits during the eighties, an explosion of colour and energy.
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