Billed as “the kind of event you wish had happened years ago,” the fourth installment of London’s Indie Daze festival will feature The House of Love, Voice of the Beehive and Apollo 440, as well as Crazyhead, The Wonder Stuff’s Miles Hunt and Erica Nockalls and Thousand Yard Stare.
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For this week’s installment of Vintage Video, we present something we don’t come across too often online: a full set, or at least a good chunk of a full set, by The House of Love. In this case, we’ve got a concert filmed Oct. 27, 1992, at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C., while touring Babe Rainbow.
This week’s new releases include a 6DVD set of MTV footage from R.E.M., plus new live albums from Echo & The Bunnymen and The House of Love, as well a new rarities collection from Soundgarden that was compiled by guitarist Kim Thayill and is available in single and three-disc sets.
The House of Love will follow up last year’s new studio album She Paints Words In Red with a live CD/DVD package that was recorded at the second of two concerts last November at a 200-seat club in London. Live at the Lexington 13.11.13 is due out Nov. 24 on Cherry Red Records.
The House of Love’s Creation Records debut — the second of three eponymous releases from the U.K. indie band — will be reissued this November in a limited-edition box set featuring 50 tracks spread over five LPs pressed on 180-gram audiophile vinyl, Optic Nerve announced this week.
The House of Love will follow up this year’s brand-new studio album She Paints Words In Red with a live CD/DVD package that will be recorded at a pair of special concerts at a 200-seat club in London this November and released on Cherry Red Records next year, the reunited band recently announced.
This week sees the release of brand-new studio albums from OMD, Big Country (with Mike Peters of The Alarm) and The House of Love, plus reissues from Morrissey (‘Kill Uncle’) and Electronic (‘Electronic’), a live album from Sparks and a new 7-inch single from The Fall.
This week’s new releases include brand-new studio albums from Depeche Mode, Wire, The House of Love, Edwyn Collins, Crime & The City Solution and The Wonder Stuff, plus the U.S. release of The Waterboys’ 2011 record, new compilations from Simple Minds, Midge Ure and the Primitives, and Transvision Vamp reissues.
We’re still two weeks out from the release of ‘She Paints Words in Red’ — The House of Love’s first new album in seven years — but Cherry Red Records this morning put the full 12-track record up on Soundcloud for all to hear. Check out a stream of the full record, the band’s first since 2005, right here.
We briefly were able to post the video for “A Baby Got Back On Its Feet” — the first single and lead-off track from The House of Love’s sixth album She Paints Words in Red — last month before it was removed from YouTube, but we finally can offer up the track in full now that it’s been premiered.
It’s still more than six weeks until the arrival of The House of Love’s sixth album She Paints Words in Red, but the wait for new music is finally over with the premiere of the band’s video for “A Baby Got Back On Its Feet,” which is both the record’s opening track and its lead-off single. Check it out right here.
With an April tour of the U.K. expected to be announced Wednesday, The House of Love is now previewing two tracks off its upcoming sixth album, ‘She Paints Words in Red,’ on the band’s official Facebook page. Currently streaming are 1-minute samples of opening song “A Baby Got Back on its Feet” and the title track.
Today we count down the best reissue of 2012 as voted on by Slicing Up Eyeballs in this year’s readers poll, and the Top 10 list includes releases by Icehouse, Ministry, The House of Love, Ian McCulloch of Echo & The Bunnymen, Yazoo, Bob Mould’s Sugar, My Bloody Valentine, Peter Gabriel and more.
The brand-new album from The House of Love will be titled ‘She Paints Words in Red’ and is expected to be released in March or April on Cherry Red Records, according to an announcement today on the band’s Facebook page that also revealed the cover art for the group’s second post-reunion effort.