Israeli psytrance quartet G-Nome Project has announced a spring 2023 tour set to return to several of the cities and venues the band visited late last year.

Following an appearance during the final day of Summer Camp Music Festival in Chillicothe, IL on Sunday, May, 28th, G-Nome Project comprised of Yakir Hyman (guitar), Eyal Salomon (keys), Zechariah Reich (bass), and Eran Asias (drums)—will move along to Buffalo, NY’s Buffalo Iron Works (5/30), Richmond, VA’s Richmond Music Hall 6/1), Baltimore, MD’s The 8×10 (6/3), and Ardmore, PA’s Ardmore Music Hall (6/4) ahead of a set at Sababa Music Festival in Narrowsburg, NY on June 10th. Additional dates and supporting acts are due to be announced soon. Tickets are now on sale via the band’s website.

G-Nome Project’s last U.S. run in late 2022 featured a number of notable guest appearances including Aqueous guitarist Mike Gantzer in Buffalo, both Cool Cool Cool guitarist Craig Brodhead in Cleveland, and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong guitarist Jeremy Schon at a sold-out show in Baltimore.

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While pulse-raising improv and progressive dance-funk compositions have earned the outfit a devoted following through the years, G-Nome Project is primed to ride this latest wave of momentum into a fruitful new chapter: The band recently released a G-Nome G-Mix of Willy Wonka favorite “Pure Imagination”, and a full album is set to follow this year. Subscribe to the band’s YouTube page for more live video releases and album updates from G-Nome as the band prepares to take “grilled cheese funk at its finest” to an ever-bigger audience in 2023.

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