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The Cornshed Sisters - debut album Tell Tales out this week

Tyne and Wear's gloriously voiced Cornshed Sisters release their debut album Tell Tales, recorded by Field Music's Peter Brewis at their Wearside studio, this week. It's in all good record stores, in particular these ones:


Rough Trade (comes with exclusive bonus disc of cover versions)



Whatsmore if you're London based you can catch them live tomorrow at Rough Trade West. More details here


Hooray For Earth - new Spanish / UK dates

Hooray For Earth are retuning to Spain and Blighty from a short run of dates in May/June.. check em out below:

27th May 2012 Madrid - La Casa Encendida Info

29th May 2012 Barcelona - Sala - Memphis Industries Showcase Primavera Party Info

2nd Jun 2012 Bristol - Dot to Dot festival Tickets

3rd Jun 2012 Nottingham - Dot to Dot festival Tickets

4th Jun 2012 Manchester - Dot to Dot festival Tickets

5th Jun 2012 London - XOYO Tickets More

Field Music - Record Store day release

Here’s a sneak peak of the Field Music's exclusive record store day Pet Shop Boys 7" cover :


Frankie Rose Interstellar Out, UK Tour Announced

So people have liked the new Frankie Rose album. We mean they've really really liked it - here's some real life words from real life journalists:

“Frankie Rose makes all the right choices, proving that you can evolve as an artist without leaving the past entirely behind” 8.4 Pitchfork Best New Music
“Dreamy and unashamedly huge music that demands to be heard” Sunday Times
“Shimmery dream-pop with panoramic crystalline harmonies” **** The Times
“Like a modern Stevie Nicks backed by Warpaint...by far and away Rose’s best work” **** Time Out
“A star turn... Think Veronica Falls meets Arthur Russell and investigate further” 8/10 Uncut
“An irresistible record” **** The Guardian
“Pealing melodies and the sort of exquisite production that binds every element into a deliciously immersive wash, a record to get lost in” Observer
“Gorgeous widescreen magnificence” 8/10 Clash

And we’re delighted to announce that Frankie Rose will be hitting the UK for a series of shows, a tour if you will, this coming July. As well as her own headlining shows, Frankie will be appearing at Camp Bestival and Tramlines Festival. Dates as follows:

20th Jul Manchester Deaf Institute
21st Jul Sheffield Tramlines Festival
23rd Jul Glasgow Captains Rest
24th Jul Leeds Brudenell Social Club
25th Jul Birmingham Academy 3
26th Jul London XOYO
27th Jul Brighton, Green Door Store
28th Jul Dorset Camp Bestival