Finally, managed to find a report of Billy Gould speaking at the Heineken Music Conference in Tel-Aviv from the Jerusalem Post. Sample quote: “Labels used to be in it for the long term with an artist – they’d get signed to a development deal, and the label wouldn’t mind if the first record didn’t sell. The idea was to build a following, and by the third album, you’d begin to see the results of your labor,” he said. “There’s no way that would happen today. If you’re not a hit, you’re gone.”
The tour posters from the second leg of The Second Coming tour are now on sale at Secret Serpents.
Here’s a generally positive Rock en Seine review from ClickMusic.
And a glowing review in French from MusicPlease here and another from Telerama here.