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ARCHITECTS launch INDIEGOGO campaign for their forthcoming film, ‘100 Days’

| 27 April 2013 | Reply


Following on from an incredible year, Brighton 4 piece ARCHITECTS can now announce they have launched an INDIEGOGO campaign for the funding of their very first film, ‘100 Days’. Recorded by director and band friend Tom Welsh, the film charts the bands incredible journey across their ‘Almost World Tour’ of 2012, which say them travel over 20,000 miles, playing 75 shows in 25 countries over 4 continents.

The link to band message/video to launch the Indiegogo campaign –

Guitarist Tom (Searle) explains a bit more about the film, “We’re really excited to share the experience we had on our world tour. The whole thing was shaped by everyone who came to the shows and they changed the way we perceive this band. The world of crowdfunding is an unknown one to all of us but we’re excited to see what we achieve between us and our fans. Because they’re the reason our band continues to exist and progress.”

Live wise ARCHITECTS have recently toured Europe as main support to Rise Against, the US with Enter Shikari, and will be heading back out to the USA for a slot on the whole of the 2013 Warped Tour.

The band will be back in the UK playing main stage Download Festival on Friday 14th June


Sam Carter – Vocals

Tom Searle – Guitars

Dan Searle – Drums

Ali Dean – Bass

Visit ARCHITECTS online: has been used by artists as varied as OneRepublic, Protest The Hero, and George Clinton, and it’s fast becoming the go-to website for musicians wanting to raise funds for any number of projects. as an open platform and therefore does not curate which artists can launch projects. A flexible funding option allows artists to keep the funds they raise even if they don’t hit their goal.

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