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Malihini share new single 'Delusional Boy'
Malihini have shared their new single ‘Delusional Boy‘ – taken from their debut album ‘Hopefully, Again’ (out 08 March 2019). Produced by Richard Formby and Ewan Pearson, ‘Delusional Boy’ is a sun-lit pop gem.
‘Hopefully, again‘ is released on 08 March 2019, pre-order it here on limited edition signed orange LP, black LP, CD and digitally. Go here for all your other pre-ordering options (indie stores will also be carrying limited numbers of the orange vinyl version).
We’ve long been admirers of the music of Rozi Plain here at Memphis towers and we’re tickled pink to be announcing that we’ll be releasing her brilliant new album ‘What A Boost’ on 5 April 2019. Check out first track Symmetrical below:
What a Boost is available to preorder on CD, glow in the dark vinyl and download from the Rozi Plain shop + lots of great indies here. LP orders from Rozi Plain’s official shop will be signed.
Those indie shops that are part of the Dinked network also have a glow in the dark version with an exclusive signed and numbered sleeve designed Jon McNaught up for pre-order. Full list of those shops here.
The self-titled debut album from You Tell Me, aka Field Music’s Peter Brewis and Admiral Fallow’s Sarah Hayes is out today, and guess what? It’s a truly wonderful record.
“A brilliant and original collaboration” ★★★★ MOJO “A folk-centric beauty” 8/10 UNCUT “Concocts such a spell with their debut that the journey will still delight and intoxicate.” 8/10 Paste
Available from your favourite digital outlet, and on CD, there’s also three (count ’em) different vinyl versions:
180g standard black pressing available from You Tell Me here
180g white vinyl indie edition available from Rough Trade here
Dinked Edition, 180g white vinyl, alternate screen print cover, hand numbered and signed, limited to 300 – as far as we can tell this is sold out, but if you head to one of the instores mentioned below you might get lucky.
To celebrate the album release You Tell Me head out around the country to play some of the finest record shops in the land. They’ve already got a couple under their belt, but it kicks off in earnest tonight at Resident in Brighton:
11 Jan – Brighton, Resident 18:00
12 Jan – Letchworth, David’s Music 13:00
12 Jan – London, Rough Trade West 17:30
13 Jan – Bristol, Friendly record 13:00
13 Jan – Cardiff, Spillers 17:00
15 Jan – Sheffield, Bear Tree 18:00
16 Jan – Leeds, Jumbo 18:00
17 Jan – Newcastle, Reflex 18:00
18 Jan – Glasgow, Monorail 17:30
19 Jan – Edinburgh, Assai 13:00
19 Jan – Dundee, Assai 16:00
They then corral their full band together to play a handful of “proper” shows, kicking off at Celtic Connections on 2nd February and continuing through March:
02 Feb – Glasgow, Celtic Connections Festival tickets
12 Mar – Leeds, Hyde Park Book Club tickets
13 Mar – Manchester, Yes Basement tickets
14 Mar – London, The Lexington tickets
15 Mar – Brighton, Green Door Store tickets
17 Mar – Bristol, Crofters Rights tickets
If you want to hear how flipping good they are check out this week’s session for Marc Riley on BBC 6 Music here.
16 Feb – London, Rough Trade East – Instore
17 Apr – London, Bermondsey Social Club Tickets
27 Apr – Reading, Are You Listening? Festival Tickets
07 May – Leeds, Hyde Park Book Club tickets
08 May – Glasgow, The Hug & Pint Tickets
09 May – Manchester, Yes Basement Tickets
barbarossa releases new piano version of 'cyclones'
Barbarossa a.k.a. James Mathé, purveyor of tender, emotively charged, electronically tinged chorales, returns with a stripped back piano led version of ‘Cyclone’, a highlight from his recent album ‘Lier’.
Mathé, along with collaborator Ghost Culture, revisited his back catalogue at his studio in Margate, UK, recording stripped back versions on his battered piano, glass of red at hand, candles burning. These intimate reworks will be released sporadically over the next few months whilst recording takes place for the next album.