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Los Campesinos! release their debut double a-sided single “We Throw Parties, You Throw Knives / Don’t Tell Me To Do The Math(s)” on limited edition 7” (with coloured vinyl and special free gift insert!). You can also download the tracks for free from their brand new website:
There’s some exciting Cribs news if you go and check out their MySpace profile…
Los Campesinos! will headline The Point in Cardiff Bay on the 4th June, the night before their headline show at the Scala in London.
Tickets for the show are available here:
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You can get suitably excited by checking out the brand new Los Campesinos! website by clicking the link below:
The Wichita channel is currently the 30th most viewed music channel on YouTube!
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Here are the dates…
13 Reykjavik, Iceland – Nasa
14 Dublin, Ireland – Tripod
15 London, UK – Koko
16 Paris, France – Trabendo
17 Bourges, France – Les Printemps de Bourges Festival
Then beginning with Coachella in late April, Peter Bjorn and John go to the US to invade New York, San Francisco, and (almost all) destinations in between.
28 Indio, CA – Empire Polo Field (Coachella)
30 Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
01 New York, NY – Webster Hall
02 New York, NY – Webster Hall
03 Philadelphia, PA – TLA
04 Boston, MA – Paradise
05 Montreal, Quebec – Le National
06 Toronto, Ontario – Phoenix
07 Columbus, OH – Wexner Center
08 Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle
09 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
12 Vancouver, British Columbia – Commodore
13 Seattle, WA – Neumos
14 Portland, OR – Doug Fir
15 San Francisco, CA – Bimbo’s
16 San Francisco, CA – Bimbo’s
New York and Chicago tickets are on sale now!
We are delighted to announce that Euros Childs was voted the best solo artist at the Welsh Rock and Pop Awards on Saturday 17th February 2007!
Euros Childs’ new album “Bore Da” is out on Monday 5th March.
He’ll be on tour at the following places in February and March:
28 London – ICA
01 Wrexham – Central Station
02 Aberystwyth – The Bay
03 Bangor – Railway Club
05 Cardiff – The Point
06 Wolverhampton – Little Civic
07 Manchester – Late Room
08 Middlesbrough – The Knights Club
Bloc Party, whose second album A Weekend in the City narrowly missed out topping the UK charts this week (it entered at No. 2 behind Mika) also hit the charts at No. 2 in Japan, Australia and Ireland. The album charted top 5 in Germany and Belgium, top 10 in France, Canada, Switzerland, Singapore and Hong Kong, top 20 in Holland, Sweden, Norway and Austria and top 30 in Denmark and Italy.
On top of that, the band also achieved a massive breakthrough in the US with a No. 12 debut on the album chart! A Weekend in the City has already sold over half a million copies worldwide, confirming Bloc Party as one of the UK’s most successful international groups of recent years.
Talking about the new album’s success Kele said “I’m overwhelmed and blown away by it, I can’t really take it all in to be honest. You make the best record you can and you put it out there and you really don’t know what’s going to happen or how people are going to react. Then when you hear stuff like this it just makes you feel like it’s all worthwhile and that it means something to people. That’s the best thing really, not the chart positions so much… just knowing that we’ve made a record that means something to people.