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Can you catch these men? ūüėČ

Local band Kyoto Protocol is set to take the road this February with their first-ever nationwide tour in conjunction with the release of their new album, “Catch These Men”.


Known for their energy packed and highly entertaining live sets, Kyoto Protocol will be promoting their new album in a series of fully produced shows, starting in Johor Bahru on 6th February (Friday). The event will be followed by an official album launch party on February 7th (Saturday) at Art Painting Works (APW), Kuala Lumpur.


Each leg of Kyoto Protocol’s “Catch These Men” nationwide tour will include special guest performances, guaranteed to excite fans and music lovers alike. As a token and gesture of appreciation to their loyal fans, all shows on the tour are free of charge and fans can RSVP here.

Making things even more exciting, the first 100 fans to RSVP at each venue will receive a complimentary copy of Kyoto Protocol’s second album “Catch These Men”. The album marks for the band’s first independent full-length release, featuring a collection of nine songs that were written over the past seven years.

Expertly guided by Faiz Fadzil of The Wknd and Pop fame, “Catch These Men”¬†marks Kyoto Protocol’s¬†return to its rock and roll roots. The pre-release of their hard hitting lead single¬†‚ÄúDispensable‚ÄĚ peaked at no.2 on the Deezer Rock charts in Malaysia and Indonesia and has¬†already spent 5 weeks at no.1 on the Hitz.FM MET10, and peaking.

“We hope that the message and stories embedded within each of these nine songs
resonate with you, and help you on whatever path life may lead you on.‚ÄĚ said lead vocalist,¬†Fuad Alhabshi.



“Catch These Men” is slated for release on 6th February (Friday) and physical copies will be available for purchase at all Pestle & Mortar outlets, and on MajorDrop. Fans can also get the digital album on iTunes as well as¬†stream the band on Deezer and Spotify.

Kyoto Protocol’s ‚ÄúCatch These Men‚ÄĚ Malaysian Tour Dates, 2015 are as follows:

  1. Friday, 6th February, 8pm @ Johor Bahru, CT Café & Sports Arena
  2. Saturday, 7th February, 8pm @ Kuala Lumpur, Art Printing Works (APW), Bangsar* *Official Album Launch Party
  3. Saturday, 14th February, 8pm @ Penang, Hin Bus Depot
  4. Sunday, 15th February, 3pm @ Ipoh, PORT

For more on Kyoto Protocol, stalk them via these platforms: Website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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