Late Of The Pier
are well and truly back! “Blueberry”
has been released digitally on December 14. The band will put out the song as a double-A-side together with “Best in Class”
in February 2010 on the label of their producer Erol Alkan, Phantasy
As singer Sam Eastgate
states in a radio interview the song had been one of the very early songs of Late of the Pier
and had needed five years to develop, but is now ready to be presented to the fans as an unintentional Christmas gift.
To my taste this song is amazing! You can hear a refference to the 60's psychedelia in that. In the meantime, it's certainly getting some Bowie
Is There Nothing We Can Do
and is the soundtrack for a British TV movie called The Fattest Man in Britain
and a title track from a new Badly Drawn Boy
album. The record will be BDB's first new release since 2006's Born in the UK.
The song keeps holding on no.2 position this week.
Here you can see an acoustic version of this song.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVAv7G4p ... re=related
is an Irish singer songwriter, who cites such artists as Bob Dylan
and Neil Young
as influences. On 'Protection Racket'
, Mercury-nominated songwriter goes electric, and here he's aiming for a recession-era stab at something approaching Highway 61-era Dylan
London-based-band The Temper Trap
climbed 4 places to No.5 this week.
With hugely successful shows across the US this Fall, The Temper Trap
have established themselves as one of the best live bands of the year. The New York Times
said, “The Temper Trap…plunged into anthems of self-discovery with the martial drive of U2, vocals heading for falsetto and instrumental buildups that were clearly aiming for arenas.” The New York Post
added, “The band’s music is atmospheric, approaching grandeur…This band is on the cusp of fame.”
I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.