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Hooray For Earth - new single, new tour

The very amazing Hooray For Earth are releasing a brand new single No Loves, culled from their forthcoming album True Loves, on 05 March 2012.

Check it out below and preorder the album from iTunes, and Amazon.

They’re back for some dates in Feb as well as follows:

28th Feb 2012 London Hoxton Bar and Kitchen Tickets
29th Feb 2012 Manchester Night & Day Tickets
1st Mar 2012 Glasgow Nice and Sleazy Tickets


MIlagres Glowing Mouth Out Monday

Having knocked people out (figuratively, you understand, they’re gentle lads) on their recent debut UK shows, Milagres’ Glowing Mouth hits the shelves this coming Monday. But if you’re London based, you can grab it early by heading to Rough Trade West on Saturday, where they’ll also be playing an intimate, acoustic show.

Check the title track here

Glowing Mouth by Milagres


New Frankie Rose Track

And we’re so excited about 2012 that we’re doing 2 news posts in a day. Imagine

Frankie Rose’s new album Interstellar is a thing of wonder and beauty. but don’t take our word for it. Check out the track Know Me right here:

Know Me by Frankie Rose

See, we told you. Amazing.


Cymbals Eat Guitars Euro Tour Starts Tomorrow

Happy new year to you all – hope you had a great festivus

So excited for Cymbals eat Guitars hitting these shores finally. Dates start tomorrow, and for those of you in the UK, you get the added bonus of the wonderful Milagres in support playing their debut UK shows. Check live section for dates and ticket links

And here’s a taste of what to expect from Cymbals Eat Guitars

And from Milagres:

See you there


Welcome to The Cornshed Sisters

A huge Memphis welcome to The Cornshed Sisters. We’ve known this lovely North East band for some time, since seeing them play Tapestry a couple of years back, but they’ve knocked us out with their splendid recordings that are reminiscent (and we borrow from a far better wordsmith than us) of a Disney adaptation of The Wicker Man.

The forthcoming album, slated for an April release, was produced by a certain Peter Brewis, of Field Music, and contains wondrous tales of waterbabies, beekeeping, marriage, soothsayers, men in sequined suits, making pies out of people and the axis of love and bombs.

Listen to a highlight ‘Dance At My Wedding’ here:

Dance At My Wedding by thecornshedsisters