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We Fell To Earth get Big Pink support slot

wefelltoearthdeafWe Fell To Earth have been announced as the support act for both The Big Pink’s UK tour and AIR’s European tour. Their new single ‘Deaf’ will be released 16th November on In Stereo records.   Perhaps the reason We Fell To Earth make such widescreen, spacious and cosmic music is down to where they first met. Wendy Rae Fowler and Richard File initially crossed paths at Rancho de la Luna Studios out in the High Desert of Continue reading →

Jarvis Cocker names album and adds dates

jarvis-cockerJarvis Cocker has announced details of the release of his second solo album.  Further Complications will be released through Rough Trade on Monday May 18th 2009. The album was recorded with producer Steve Albini in Chicago in late 2008. He has also announced a number of U.K. live dates following the release of the album. The full list of dates are as follows:

10th Blackpool Empress Ballroom
12th Glasgow ABC
16th Brighton Dome
17th London Troxy

Tickets will be priced at £17.50 in Glasgow & Blackpool, £18 in Brighton and £20 in London.  Jarvis toured at the end of last year; the series of dates also incorporated a ‘lecture’ and featured a number of new tracks, which are due to appear on the forthcoming album. He released his debut solo-album, Jarvis, in 2006 and in 2007 curated the Meltdown festival at London’s Southbank Centre. 

 About Jarvis
Jarvis Branson Cocker (born on 19 September 1963, in Sheffield, United Kingdom) is an English pop music star, best known for fronting the band Pulp.

Pulp disbanded in 2002, but Cocker has been busy. In 2003 he re-emerged to promote a new album for his new band, Relaxed Muscle. 2005 then brought Cocker briefly back into the limelight with his contribution to the soundtrack for “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”. He has also collaborated with and written lyrics for Nancy Sinatra’s and Charlotte Gainsbourg’s come back albums.

Jarvis Cocker is now following a solo career with an album titled “Jarvis”, released in the UK on November 13, 2006. This is said to have been produced with Sam Lockwood and John Watson (his school friends from Central St Martins) who also helped to write the lyrics to a couple of songs which appear on the album.

Jarvis Cocker is living in Paris with his wife Camille Bidault-Waddington, with whom he has a son, Albert.

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