Re-release ‘All Around The Town’

    feat. guest vocalists Damien Dempsey & Christy Dignam

    Announce live show on 15 Dec in Button Factory, Dublin

    Dublin band The Rattling Kind re-release their landmark single ‘All Around The Town’ on 6th October, taken from the upcoming album ‘Home’ due for release early next year. Fans of Irish drama Love/Hate will recognise ‘All Around The Town’ from the international DVD release of the show where it gained recognition around the world, from building sites in NYC to outback Australia.

    ‘All Around The Town’ is an anti-gang and anti-violence anthem, reminiscent of folk legends The Dubliners at their rabble-rousing best. Originally the song had no guest vocalists but for the re-release, lead singer Eddie Sherlock approached two iconic Dublin singers, Damien Dempsey and Christy Dignam of Aslan, to see if they would like to contribute guest vocals. Both agreed and they recorded the song in June 2022; the last song Christy recorded before his death in June of this year.

    Eddie was moved to write the song when a young man he knew, Warren O Connor, was murdered in a knife attack. Eddie recounts, ‘He was the first person I ever knew to be

    murdered, and it sent a shockwave through the area. Gangland crime hadn’t really taken off at that point, whereas now it’s become somewhat of an epidemic. I would like to think this song can send out some sort of a hopeful message to the youth of today not to fall down the wrong path as it’s something I’ve seen a lot of over the years.’

    Shot in Dublin’s Chocolate Factory and on the streets of Dublin at dusk, the video features a powerful performance by the band and Damien Dempsey. This is interspersed with in-studio black and white footage of Dignam; a haunting tribute to a much-missed Irish hero.

    The Rattling Kind are led by Dublin-born singer/songwriter, guitar player and percussionist, Eddie Sherlock, who grew up on Dublin’s Northside, surrounded by music and a tradition of family performance. In his twenties, he discovered he had a strong singing voice and after learning a few chords on the guitar he hit the ground running, performing widely on the Dublin pub and session scene. Eddie soon started to explore and develop his own songwriting and with the help of some friends, embarked on putting together a band called The Rattling Kind. He is joined by Domo Dixon (lead guitar, keyboards), Khalile Vial (drums) and Frankie O’Mahony (bass).

    The Rattling Kind will take to the stage in Dublin’s Button Factory on the 15th December to mark the launch of the single. Doors open 7.30pm and tickets on sale from Eventbrite at €23.50.

    Fri. 15 Dec       Button Factory, Dublin           Doors 7.30pm / Tickets €23.50

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    September 20, 2023: Big Brother Recordings Ltd today announce the release of limited-edition collector’s formats to celebrate the silver anniversary of Oasis’ iconic album ‘The Masterplan’. 25 years since the original release, November 3rd will see new formats made available including CD, cream cassette, and limited-edition double vinyl formats (heavyweight silver, green and black marble and black). The new formats feature remastered audio, taken from the ‘Chasing The Sun’ reissues – available for the first time as one collection. Pre-order here.

    ‘The Masterplan’ is an extraordinary collection of B-sides originally featured on singles from Oasis’ era-defining first three albums, ‘Definitely Maybe’ (1994), ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’ (1995), and ‘Be Here Now’ (1997). Far from being inferior to the A-sides they backed, many of the 14 tracks that feature on ‘The Masterplan’ have become as cherished as the band’s biggest hits from that seminal period. Oasis were following in the tradition of artists like The Jam and The Smiths; both influences on Noel who took great care over their B-Sides.  In today’s streaming led musical landscape where the traditional single no longer exists, it could be argued that Oasis were the last truly great singles band, and that ‘The Masterplan’ is proof of that. Watch the album trailer here.

    The album includes several landmark Oasis songs, tracks like ‘Acquiesce’, originally found on the ‘Some Might Say’ CD single and unforgettably co-sung by the Gallagher brothers, and ‘Half The World Away’, from the ‘Whatever’ CD single, which later found fame as the theme tune to the much-loved comedy series ‘The Royle Family’ – not to mention the epic title track, which originally appeared as the fourth bonus track on the ‘Wonderwall’ CD single. Noel has often described ‘The Masterplan’ as one of the best songs he has ever written.

    It also includes ‘Talk Tonight’ a remarkable solo acoustic recording by Noel, plus ‘Stay Young,’ ‘Listen Up’, ‘Going Nowhere’, ‘Fade Away’ and ‘Rockin’ Chair’… songs so good they would have been singles for any other band.

    ‘The Masterplan’ charted at No.2 in the UK Official Album Chart UK selling almost 122,000 copies in its first week of release in 1998.  It went on to be certified triple platinum and has sold over three million copies worldwide.

    Pre-order formats and listen to the album here. Watch the album trailer here.

    Visit www.oasisinet.com for details and follow #TheMasterplan25

  • Showbusiness With Blood: A Golden Age of Irish Boxing

    By Eamon Carr published by The Lilliput Press

    Available to pre-order now  / In bookshops from 21st September

    Launch in Dubray Books, 36 Grafton Street at 6pm on 28th September.

    In Showbusiness with Blood: A Golden Age of Irish Boxing, Eamon Carr takes readers on an epic trip through Irish boxing.

    Boxing, Ireland’s most successful sport, was turbo-charged in the mid-1990s as Irish boxers excelled and stories from this period are interspersed with stories from throughout Eamon’s life, including his career in music.” 

    For almost three decades, Carr was ringside for the most important fights, from legends like Steve Collins and Mike Tyson to newer faces like Tyson Fury and Katie Taylor. Behind the scenes, he witnessed the fighters’ sacrifices, dedication and emotional turmoil. Showbusiness with Blood takes the reader on a journey through Irish boxing’s years of triumph and desolation, with stories from gruelling training camps, noisy press conferences, behind-the-scenes hustling and the savage brutality of championship fights. With dramatic stories of fulfilment and frustration, glory and failure, Carr charts exceptional examples of heroism, aspiration and personal redemption.

    “Boxers display enormous courage,” says Carr. “While not all become champions, their bravery and commitment remains inspirational.”

    Eamon Carr is a journalist and art historian, and founder member of Horslips, the pioneering folk-rock group in which he is lyricist and drummer. The group’s most recent release is More Than You Can Chew, a boxset of 33 albums. His published work includes The Origami Crow: Journey into Japan World Cup Summer 2002, Deirdre Unforgiven and Foundation Song. His verse plays include DUSK (2016) and CúChulainn Awakes (2020). He is a widely-published commentator on culture, arts and sport.

    Showbusiness with Blood: A Golden Age of Irish Boxing will be launched on 28th September in Dubray Books on Grafton Street at 6pm. Eamon will read from the book and be joined in conversation with Mannix Flynn, (Independent Dublin City Councillor, author and playwright).

    ‘In his compelling and beautifully-written book, Eamon Carr does not shy away from the darkness and danger of boxing but draws us deep into its vivid and mysterious world. It flows with riveting stories of great fighters – an unforgettable addition to the rich history of Irish boxing.’ – Donald McRae.






    A new band featuring Kelly Jones of Stereophonics with Patty Lynn and Dwight Baker from The Wind and The Wave, Far From Saints instantly enamored audiences with their debut track ‘Let’s Turn This Back Around’, which received its first play from Bob Harris at Radio 2 and was named as Jo Whiley’s Infatuation before being added to the Radio 2 playlist. Its impact was reiterated when Far From Saints’ headline show at London’s EartH Theatre on June 5th sold-out within two hours.

    After ‘Let’s Turn This Back Around’ established anticipation for more from the band, Far From Saints can now confirm that their self-titled debut album will be released on 16th June 2023 available on CD, LP and digital formats  –  pre-order / pre-save HERE. The album is announced alongside the new track ‘Take It Through The Night’.  Listen HERE. Watch the lyric video HERE.

    Taking in elements of country, rock, folk, soul, and Americana, Far From Saints’ debut album is an indelible set of ten expertly crafted songs that touch on themes of love, perseverance, self-doubt, and self-healing. It’s a record that, much like the band itself, was created over an unadulterated love of music and collaboration and, as a result, is honest, real, and brimming with integrity. Far From Saints have crafted a record which vibrates with intensity, anchored by Kelly and Patty’s striking and magnetic vocal connection, and further elevated by their songwriting with Dwight.

    Patty says, “It’s an album and it’s meant to be listened to from start to finish. That’s what I’d like for people to do. Listen to the whole thing and see it as a complete work on its own.”

    In ‘Take It Through The Night’, Patty’s yearning, longing vocal provides echoes of the haunting melody and emotional resonance of Fleetwood Mac, while Kelly and Dwight’s layered wall-of-sound guitars possess both the squalling slide of timeless Southern rock and a lurching intensity which recalls Led Zeppelin’s ‘Kashmir’. The song was written and produced by Far From Saints, with mixing courtesy of the Grammy-nominated Al Clay (Blur, Pixies).

    Kelly recalls, “Patty wrote the whole ‘Take It Through The Night’ lyric herself. I had a tiny part of a blues riff and Dwight ran away with it and turned the chorus into a bit of an Eagles and Joe Walsh vibe. We were just in full-on guitar mode. We were trying to make an Allman Brothers record with that one.”

    Although they had first toured together in 2013, it was in 2019 when the musical magnetism between the three musicians became too strong to ignore when The Wind and The Wave supported Kelly during his solo tour. They started by covering Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty’s ‘Stop Dragging My Heart Around’, which went down a storm each night. In backstage hallways, dressing rooms, and hotels, Kelly, Patty and Dwight went on to trade musical touchstones, talk influences, and harmonise together. Soon, they were writing songs too and committed to working on a project together. They booked two sessions, one at the end of each leg of the tour and completed the album in just nine days.

    Far From Saints will make their live debut later this month with a warm-up show at London’s Oslo ahead of Roger Daltrey’s Teenage Cancer Trust gala at the Royal Albert Hall on March 26th. They will then follow their debut headline show at EartH Theatre on June 5th by supporting Kings Of Leon at their two headline shows at Wrexham FC on May 27th and 28th. The band will then play three outdoor shows as special guests to Paul Weller, as well as Black Deer Festival in Junewith further shows to be announced soon.

  • East Forest x Peter Broderick

    Release ‘Burren’ on St. Patrick’s Day, 17 March

    PRE-SAVE https://ffm.to/burren

    Multi-genre artist East Forest and composer Peter Broderick release their collaborative album Burren on St. Patrick’s Day, 17th March. Recorded over one week in the magical landscape of the Burren, the album was a truly unique project. The songs on the album ended up being recorded with no pre-planning or pre-rehearsal, and every song appears on the album in the order it was created. The process felt as if the pair had corresponded for years, though they had never met in person — neither of them knew what might come of their collaboration, but as soon as they played the first notes, they felt an immediate musical kinship. 

    East Forest (Krishna-Trevor Oswalt) is an American multi-genre artist, producer and psychedelic ceremony guide, currently living in his adopted home in the wilds of Southern Utah. Creating electro-acoustic dreamscapes influenced by classical, electronic and avant-pop backgrounds, his immersive live looping sessions span a range that leads people from deep introspection to sweaty dance floors. To date he has released seventeen full length albums and seven EPs, performing at festivals such as SXSW, Lightning in a Bottle, CMJ, Treefort, Arise, and Mysteryland. Perhaps best known for his Music for Mushrooms and Ram Dass albums, his music has been called ‘blissful’ (NPR) and ‘a new genre’ (Billboard).

    Peter Broderick is an American musician and composer who grew up in Oregon and currently resides in Ireland. He has released solo material under his own name, been a member of various groups such as Efterklang and Horse Feathers, and played on recordings by M. Ward, Zooey Deschanel, Laura Gibson and many others. He is perhaps best known for his solo piano piece ‘Eyes Closed and Traveling’ which has 47M streams on Spotify.

    And now these two iconoclasts have teamed up for a truly unforgettable collaboration. They explain, ‘Having never met in person before, we had only one precondition: no musical plan and to be fully open to the ancient rocky hillside landscape in County Clare known as the Burren.’

    The first two singles reveal how much these two artists are impacted by the sublime natural world and their immediate surroundings. On ‘Resurrect Inside’, the pitter-patter percussion is reminiscent of both rain and animals that may be trotting by, giving it a driving yet melancholic feel. ‘The Barren Burren’ is more contemplative and ethereal, described by Peter as ‘…a patient and drawn out ambient folk song.’

    With the full-length album comes the song ‘Landscape.’ East Forest worked meticulously on the timbre and production of all the various acoustic elements in the song, while Broderick wrote a poem based on their conversations the night before. The poem was then read by East Forest’s partner Radha, who was also present during this week of creativity.

    It seems appropriate that an album inspired by and created in such an iconic Irish landscape is released on St. Patrick’s Day. With its lush musical soundscapes and magical pastoral feel, Burren is bound to be a collaboration for the ages.


    The Coronas rocked ‘one of the best parties in LA’ at the annual Oscar Wilde Awards last night

    The Coronas entertained a star-studded audience at Oscar Wilde Awards last night. The annual pre-Oscar event that Stephen Spielberg has called “one of the best parties in LA”, is hosted in Bad Robot Studios, Santa Monica production company of J.J. Abrams and Katie McGrath. The ceremony celebrates the Irish contribution to the entertainment industry and last night they honoured Tipperary actress Kerry Condon, Killarney actress Jessie Buckley along with Eve Hewson who received the Wilde Card Award. Trina Vargo, president of the US-Ireland Alliance, noted that “the Wilde Card has been used to bring attention to rising talent who may not yet be a household name, but who we expect will be.” The first such award was presented in 2010 to a young Saoirse Ronan.

    The Coronas were delighted to play to such a prestigious and talented audience.  Danny says “We feel so lucky and proud to play at the Oscar Wilde Awards this year. Especially with the excitement and anticipation around the Irish at the Oscars this Sunday. It’s an incredible time for Irish cinema and the arts and we’re just buzzing to tag along for the celebrations! 

    The 95th Academy Awards have particular importance for the Irish this year with 14 Oscar nominations including a first-ever nomination for a movie in the Irish Language for ‘An Cailín Ciúin’. The Banshees of Inisherin is up for nine awards, while Aftersun has earned Kildare-born actor Paul Mescal his first Best Actor nomination.

    Gracing the green carpet were Eve Hewson’s parents Bono & Ali, Jamie & Damian Harris, Samantha Mumba, Fionnghuala “Fig” O’Reilly, Rea Seehorn, Charlie Hunnam, Sarah Polley, Frankie Shaw, Sarah Bolger, Colm Bairéad and the cast of An Cailín Ciúin, cast of The Irish Goodbye, Katie McGrath & JJ. Abrams and Minister Catherine Martin.

    The Coronas released their 7th album Time Stopped last October which went straight to No.1 on The Irish Album charts.  A hat trick – The Coronas are the first and only self-released Irish band in history to have a third consecutive No. 1. The band have sold in excess of 150K albums which equates to 15 x platinum sales!

    Recorded in Camden Studios Dublin and Eastcote Studios in London and produced by George Murphy (Mumford & Sons, The Specials, Ellie Goulding) and mixed by Grammy award-winning Peter Katis (The National), Time Stopped also features many of The Coronas’ long-time collaborators and friends including Lar Kaye, Roisin O, Cian MacSweeney, and John Broe.

    After selling out five nights in 3Olymia in December they’re back playing outdoor festivals this summer;


    17 June                 Fairview Park, Dublin 

    18 June                 Sea Sessions, Donegal

    8 July                     TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow

    4 August               Indiependance, Cork

    25 August            CHSQ, Belfast

  • Joe Chester

    Joseph Chester isn’t one to stay in a comfort zone. In 2020, his sixth album, Jupiter’s Wife, was heralded as one of the best Irish albums of the decade. We don’t need to dwell upon what happened next. As we retreated into our own little empires, he took on an audacious task: to compose a suite of music for guitar and strings about the secret life of Lucia Joyce.

    Lucia Joyce was the misunderstood daughter of James Joyce. She has been shamefully side-lined in literary history, cruelly excluded from wider recognition thanks to a combination of sexism, ignorance, and stigmas over mental health. After recording a double album of love songs, Joseph fancied a fresh challenge.

    “I was beginning to feel a little burnt out in terms of song-writing, so I wanted to give that part of my brain a bit of a rest,” he explains. “I thought it would be great to create a story on an instrumental record without words, but I had no idea how.”

    While casting around for ideas, Joseph stumbled upon an illuminating Lyric FM documentary entitled Dancing with Lucia by Deirdre Mulrooney. “It really resonated with me,” he recalls. “I listened to it a few times. I knew there was a story to be told, but I wasn’t sure how. It was only after I started digging around that it began to take shape.”

    Before researching and composing Lucia, Chester knew little about the author’s daughter. “Lucia was born in 1907 and spent 47 years of her life in mental institutions,” Joseph reveals. “She was diagnosed with schizophrenia in 1932 and died in Northampton in 1982. After she died, her nephew, Stephen Joyce, destroyed all her writing and papers, including all her correspondence with Samuel Beckett and three books she had written. He attempted to erase this woman, who had been hidden away and silenced in life. I became convinced that I had to try to tell her story.”

    Joseph created a suite of music by composing pieces based around key milestones in Lucia’s life. “I limited myself to eleven verifiable facts and tried to allow her to speak through those events,” he says. “They were important banner moments. For example, in the 1920s she became a dancer. The silent film maker John Renoir cast her to perform as a toy soldier in The Little Match Girl, so I wrote a piece about that.” Coincidentally Lucia’s dancing earned her a glowing endorsement from the Paris Times: “When she reaches her full capacity for rhythmic dancing, James Joyce may yet be known as his daughter’s father.”

    Lucia became romantically involved with Samuel Beckett. During his investigations, Chester unearthed all sorts of half-truths, outright lies, and contradictions. “Her story is an exercise in separating fact from fiction.” Joseph says. “When I first started researching, Beckett didn’t come across particularly well in terms of how he treated Lucia. The basic story goes that they had a love affair, which Beckett ended. Some people speculate that this is when she started to have problems and become self-destructive. However, I found out that when James Joyce’s wife, Nora, started to complain about the cost of Lucia’s healthcare, Samuel Beckett donated his share of the royalties of an essay on Finnegan’s Wake to cover the costs of her medical bills. When Beckett died in 1989, a picture of Lucia was found when they cleared out his desk.”

    During the centenary year of the publication of Ulysses, Joseph Chester’s Lucia premiered on Bloomsday, June 16h, 2022, at the Axis Art and Community Centre, Ballymun, performed by a group featuring Chester, Trevor Hutchinson, Kenneth Rice, Vyvienne Long, and Steve Wickham. “What I really liked about this year’s Bloomsday is that there was much more conversation and celebration of different aspects of James Joyce’s family, which is great,” Chester adds. “It can’t be all about him.”

    In 2021, Chester’s Carolan/Cage EP scored an international number one on the Bandcamp Contemporary Classical chart, which comprised of guitar transcriptions of music by the Irish composer Turlough O’Carolan and the American composer John Cage. “I’ve never played classical guitar in my life, so just from that point of view it was a huge education,” Joe says. “I wrote Lucia but I’m still figuring out how to play it.”. I never had a guitar teacher, so how I played the guitar in some ways was quite simply wrong. I ended up with a lot of physical pain from bad technique that I had to correct. There are physical, mental and emotional challenges in confronting mental illness. Everybody has some form or aspect of mental illness in their lives, but we don’t like talking about it.”

    Joseph considers Lucia to be one of the most fulfilling projects he has ever done. “This was a wonderfully rewarding experience and I’ve loved every minute of it,” he enthuses. “Lucia continues to challenge and reward me. Doing all the research and reading, discovering all about this amazing person, making music that is completely new to me. It has been a real voyage of discovery.”

    He hopes Lucia will help preserve and perpetuate her memory. “I think that it can sometimes be easier to tell a story when there aren’t any words and you’re not being prescriptive,” he says. “Obviously, everyone’s reaction will differ, but my hope is that it could in some fantastical way give back her voice and allow Lucia to breathe again.”

    Pre-order album Lucia https://lnk.fu.ga/josephchester_lucia

  • Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

    Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

    New Album Details Announced

    ‘Council Skies’ Out 2nd June on Sour Mash Records

    Available to Pre-Order Now Here

    Available on CD, Heavyweight Vinyl with Bonus 7”, Digital and Deluxe Limited Edition 3LP and 2CD Formats Featuring Remixes by The Cure’s Robert Smith, Pet Shop Boys and a Radio 2 Session Version of ‘Live Forever’

    New Single ‘Easy Now’ Out Now –  Listen Here & Watch The Video Here

    Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds today reveal details of forthcoming album ‘Council Skies’, released on 2nd June via Sour Mash Records and available to pre-order now. Available on CD, LP, HD Digital, 3LP and 2CD Deluxe limited-edition formats featuring remixes by The Cure’s Robert Smith, and Pet Shop Boys. Full format details below.

    From the evocative album title to the cover art, to the lyrics themselves, ‘Council Skies’ sees Noel Gallagher reclaiming his past and paying homage to his Mancunian roots. His most varied and accomplished solo record to date, Noel’s fourth solo studio album is a record framed by confidence, risk-taking, surefooted creative freedom, and great emotional depth.

    Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds today also release a brand new single and music video ‘Easy Now’, taken from the forthcoming album. Infused with psychedelia, the track gently swells and is beautifully framed by backing vocals and waves of organ chords.

    Featuring one of the world’s breakthrough new talents and Critics Choice Award nominated Milly Alcock, who recently starred as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen in the HBO smash hit series and Golden Globe winning House of the Dragon plus a cameo from Noel himself, the new music video sees the protagonist bursting with emotion as ‘Easy Now’s transcendent power takes over. ‘Easy Now’ was directed by multiple UK Music Video Awards winner, Colin Solal Cardo. Watch here.

    ‘Council Skies’ was recorded at Noel’s own Lone Star Sound Recording Studios in London, with the album’s lusciously orchestrated strings recorded at the legendary Abbey Road Studios. Produced by Noel with long-time collaborator Paul ‘Strangeboy’ Stacey, the album also features performances from Johnny Marr on three tracks, including recent single ‘Pretty Boy’. ‘Council Skies’ takes its title from a book by revered northern illustrator and friend of Noel, artist Pete McKee. It covers themes of youthful yearning, and unbridled ambition.

    Speaking of the album, Noel says: “It’s going back to the beginning. Daydreaming, looking up at the sky and wondering about what life could be … that’s as true to me now as it was in the early ‘90s. When I was growing up in poverty and unemployment, music took me out of that,” he says. “Top of the Pops on TV transformed your Thursday night into this fantasy world, and that’s what I think music should be. I want my music to be elevating and transforming in some way.”

    The artwork, shot by renowned Manchester photographer Kevin Cummins, sees Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ live equipment setup placed on the original centre spot of what was Maine Road Football Stadium, with this year marking 100 years since the ground was opened as the former home of Noel’s beloved Manchester City FC.

    Throughout the accompanying album artwork, Cummins captures locations poignant to Noel’s formative years – culminating with a striking image of Manchester’s Piccadilly train station, marking the moment Noel left his home city for London. This visual representation perfectly encapsulates the themes, journey and emotional heart of ‘Council Skies’.

    New single ‘Easy Now’ follows the recent release of ‘Pretty Boy’ – the first track to be taken from the new album which was acclaimed by fans and critics alike and received widespread national radio support, added to the A list across all key networks.

    June 2021 saw the release of ‘Back The Way We Came: Vol 1 (2011-2021)’ – a diverse Best Of album marking a decade of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. This Gold certified album was the bands’ 4th consecutive UK Number 1 and the 12th UK Number 1 album across Noel’s career. 2021 also saw Noel named as Record Store Day’s official ambassador.

    Last summer Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds headlined a host of outdoor live shows culminating in a career-spanning performance at Glastonbury’s Pyramid stage to one of the weekend’s biggest crowds. UK live dates for this summer have recently been announced – details below – with more headline shows to follow before the end of the year.

    ‘Council Skies’ is available to pre-order now on CD, heavyweight vinyl with bonus 7” featuring an exclusive acoustic version of ‘Pretty Boy’, LP picture disc plus various HD digital formats including a Dolby Atmos spatial audio version. Deluxe limited-edition formats will also be released including a 3LP and 2CD featuring remixes by The Cure’s Robert Smith, Pet Shop Boys and a stunning Radio 2 session version of ‘Live Forever’. A lyric sheet of title track ‘Council Skies’ is included with all album pre-orders via the official store.

     ‘Council Skies’ Tracklist:

    1. I’m Not Giving Up Tonight
    2. Pretty Boy
    3. Dead To The World
    4. Open The Door, See What You Find
    5. Trying To Find A World That’s Been And Gone
    6. Easy Now
    7. Council Skies
    8. There She Blows!
    9. Love Is A Rich Man
    10. Think Of A Number
    11. Bonus Track – We’re Gonna Get There In The End

    Deluxe Album Tracklist:

    Disc 1:

    1. I’m Not Giving Up Tonight
    2. Pretty Boy
    3. Dead To The World
    4. Open The Door, See What You Find
    5. Trying To Find A World That’s Been And Gone
    6. Easy Now
    7. Council Skies
    8. There She Blows!
    9. Love Is A Rich Man
    10. Think Of A Number

    Disc 2:

    1. Don’t Stop…
    2. We’re Gonna Get There In The End
    3. Mind Games
    4. Pretty Boy (Instrumental)
    5. Dead To The World (Instrumental)
    6. Council Skies (Instrumental)
    7. Think Of A Number (Instrumental)
    8. I’m Not Giving Up Tonight (David Holmes Remix)
    9. Think Of A Number (Pet Shop Boys Magic Eye 12” Remix)
    10. Pretty Boy (Robert Smith Remix)
    11. Council Skies (The Reflex Revision)
    12. Flying On The Ground (Radio 2 Session, 08.09.21)
    13. You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere (Radio 2 Session, 08.09.21)
    14. Live Forever (Radio 2 Session, 08.09.21)

    2023 UK Headline Shows

    21 July, Buckinghamshire, PennFest

    28 July, London, Crystal Palace Bowl

    05 August, Saffron Waldon, Essex, Audley End

    19 August, Monmouthshire, Caldicot Castle

    20 August, Sedgefield, County Durham, Hardwick Festival

    26 August, Manchester, Wythenshawe Park

    Tickets available now here

  • Somebody’s Child


    Returns with new single ‘Broken Record’

    Signs to Frenchkiss Records

    Announces huge 2023 EU Tour

    UK/IRL/EU Tour Dates

    On sale this Friday, 9th September at 10am – buy tickets HERE

    8th Feb 2023 – Night & Day Cafe, Manchester

    9th Feb 2023 – Foundry Studio, Sheffield

    11th Feb 2023 – Joiners, Southampton

    12th Feb 2023 – Exchange, Bristol

    14th Feb 2023 – Omeara, London

    17th Feb 2023 – Jimmy’s, Liverpool

    18th Feb 2023 – Think Thank, Newcastle

    19th Feb 2023 – King Tut’s, Glasgow

    21st Feb 2023 – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham

    24th Feb 2023 – Róisín Dubh, Galway

    25th Feb 2023 – Dolan’s, Limerick

    1st March 2023 – Ulster Sports Club, Belfast

    2nd March 2023 – Cyprus Avenue, Cork

    3rd March 2023 – The Academy, Dublin

    4th March 2023 – Spirit Store, Dundalk

    8th March 2023 – Le POPUP du Label, Paris

    9th March 2023 – Trix Bar, Antwerp

    10th March 2023 – Paradiso (Upstairs), Amsterdam

    11th March 2023 – Privatclub, Berlin

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  • The Coronas