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There are always some people out there who have skipped key chapters in American rock history, the revival of The Afghan Whigs in 2011 and their subsequent reunion tour served to recalibrate the importance of Greg Dulli's band.
The Afghan Whigs will release their first album in five years, "How Do You Burn?", next September and on October 23 they will present it live at La (2) de Apolo in Barcelona: from which they will connect past, present and future on his return to the city five years later.
Past albums like "Congregation", "Gentlemen" and "1965" were experiments on the banks of the Ohio River that built bridges between rock that burns and soul that burns.
Because if The Afghan Whigs hadn't existed, The National or Interpol might not sound like they do.
The happy reunification also brought with it two new albums, "Do to the Beast" in 2014 and "In Spades" in 2017, to prove that the flame that lit up in the nineties still hadn't gone out twenty years later.