The seven strong Aussie collective will first tour the USA in October before bringing the kaleidoscopic fuzz to Europe and the UK in November.
For full dates:
‘I’m In Your Mind Fuzz’ gets a US release on 11th November via Castle Face Records and an Australian release on Flightless on 31st October (CD & Digital) and 5th December (vinyl).
Watch the video for their latest single ‘Cellophane,’ the first to be lifted from ‘I’m In Your Mind Fuzz.’
It is an absolute pleasure to announce that we have signed the immensely talented Eaves to Heavenly.
The Leeds-based artist has built up a hugely respectable reputation for his carefully crafted demos, adept songwriting and delicate delivery.
We are delighted that Eaves will be releasing his debut EP titled “As Old As The Grave,” on Heavenly on Monday November 10th. The EP is a perfect introduction to the young, talented artist.
Listen to the EP title track here: as premiered by The Line of Best Fit.
Produced by Cam Blackwood (London Grammar, George) in his London studio, Eaves says of the track:
“I grew up in a town where it’s pretty easy to fall into the pace of the place. A lot of hard working people finish their day with drink and lose some ambition in the process, and before they know it a year has gone by and they’ve rarely left the county. The older I get I start to realise that its not a phenomenon. And more and more I find myself trying to avoid the same trappings. It’s an ancient routine of the working class and I guess it’s pretty hard to shake off. ‘As Old As The Grave’ touches on that and my own dealings with alcoholism.”
Available digitally and as a limited edition 7″, the EP tracklisting is as follows:
As Old As The Grave
In My Mind (For Mannington Bowes)
Eaves will be playing a headline show in London, at the Blue Flowers night at George IV in Chiswick, on Thursday November 6th.
The band performed their fantastic debut single ‘Shelter Song’ on the daytime show. You can watch back the performance below and find remaining copies of the single’s limited 12″ remix release in our online emporium here.
Tonight the band open for Bonobo at Terminal West at King Plow, Atlanta. For all up and coming Temples dates visit here.
After taking ‘Sun Structures’ across the globe, the band are due to return to the UK in November for their biggest headline shows to date:
The first to be lifted from the band’s up and coming second album ‘Rhubarb Rhubarb’, ‘Stunners’ will be released on Monday 3rd November as a tasty 7″ single and download. Listen below:
Speaking about the new LP and its direction, Charlie Boyer said:
“A lot of the album is about characters… There are a lot of domestic themes – sometimes a story about a boy and a girl, with maybe some of the characters moving from song to song. It’s more of an English record – where showtunes and a sense of humour enter the picture, moving on from simple gutter rock.”
‘Rhubarb Rhubarb’ will be released on November 10th — pre-order your signed copy of the record from the Heavenly emporium HERE.
European support dates with The Horrors
Fresh from supporting Fat White Family on their UK dates, the band are due to headline their own shows in October and November before heading to Europe in early December to support The Horrors.
Check the updated list of live dates below: previously announced dates in Southampton, Bedford, Bristol, Cardiff and Leamington Spa have been postponed but are due to be re-scheduled for February 2015.
Purchase tickets for the UK shows here.
Purchase tickets for the European dates with The Horrors here.
Watch the videos below from Field Day 2014:
Temples have announced details of their new single Move With The Season released on Monday November 3rd 2014, the final single to be taken off their acclaimed debut album, Sun Structures!
Released as part of a digital EP which also includes a Tom Furse remix and a version of the track by Beyond the Wizards Sleeve (Erol Alkan & Richard Norris).
Sun Structures, which is Rough Trade Shops best selling album of the year and one of the best selling vinyl releases of 2014 so far, was released in February. The 12-track album, self-produced by the band’s James Bagshaw and mixed by Claudius Mittendorfer, has been a massive world-wide success, proving a huge international hit; in Japan the record became a top-3 fixture in the international chart.
The band have also announced a UK tour which starts at the end of November:
Tickets for the UK headline tour are available from 9am Friday 29th August 2014 priced at £12 (Sheffield, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Glasgow & Newcastle), £12.50 (Bristol, Brighton, Norwich and Manchester) and £15 (London) via www.gigsandtours..com and www.gigsinscotland.com (Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen).
Buy TICKETS here!
With the release of his much-anticipated new album ‘Phantom Radio’ just under a month away (20th October) Mark Lanegan Band have today announced news of an extensive European tour running from January through to March 2015. The tour will touch down in the UK for the following shows, including a performance at Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London:
Tuesday 20 January – GLASGOW — ABC
Wednesday 21 January – NEWCASTLE – Riverside
Thursday 22 January – LEEDS – Met University
Friday 23 January – MANCHESTER – Ritz
Monday 26 January – BIRMINGHAM – The Library
Tuesday 27 January – BRISTOL – O2 Academy
Wednesday 28 January – LONDON – Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Thursday 29 January – PORTSMOUTH – Pyramids
We’re also pleased to say that preorders of ‘Phantom Radio’ are now available in the Heavenly emporium. We have limited edition white vinyl, standard CDs plus the deluxe CD edition which includes the ‘No Bells On Sunday’ EP!
3D glasses at the ready, folks! After announcing their signing to Heavenly, we’re pleased to share the new video from Aussie “fried theremin wielding psychopaths” (their words) King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, as premiered by Pitchfork.
‘Cellophane’ is the first single taken from forthcoming album ‘I’m In Your Mind Fuzz’ and naturally it comes with a mind-meltingly trippy 3D video courtesy of Jason Galea, who said of the concept: “Stu gets taken into the 3rd dimension wearing cellophane glasses and becomes too big for the world so he gets spat out.”
The band’s Stu Mackenzie adds: “We originally nicknamed cellophane “math” because the song is based around three dynamic sections (tight — heavy — loose — repeat) over four lyrical sections (verse — cellophane — doo — instrumental — repeat). We thought we were clever at the time but you can’t really tell anymore. We recorded it at Daptone in Brooklyn but it didn’t turn out soul either. We made the clip in 3D because we thought it would be funny. If you can’t find any 3D glasses you can just pretend.”
Watch the video here and read on for forthcoming UK dates. Don’t miss out!
10 — London, The Shacklewell Arms
11 — Manchester, Gullivers
12 — Glasgow, Broadcast
13 — Leeds, Belgrave
14 — Liverpool, EVAC
24 — London, Hoxton Bar and Kitchen
26 — Nottingham, Bodega
The Wytches have shared ‘Darker’, the B-side to ‘Burn Out The Bruise’. Tracked at Toerag studios during the recording of Annabel Dream Reader, it’s streaming over at Crack Magazine now, who call it ‘a heady mix of psychedelia and stoner metal that’s littered with groans and screeches’ — head on over now to give it a listen and crank up the volume!
You can pre-order the single from Itunes:
Also you can pre-order the 7“vinyl now: