Synthpop duo Erasure will get festive this fall with a brand-new holiday album called Snow Globe that will include both original compositions and “seasonal classics” — a collection that singer Andy Bell says led him to rediscover his “inner choirboy.” The album is set to be released Nov. 11.
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Limited to 1,500 copies, the set features one CD and one DVD “featuring all the tracks and remixes across the Tomorrow’s World project that have not been commercially available, or have not been available on a physical format, plus all the videos that accompanied the Tomorrow’s World album and singles.
Erasure on Friday will announced and put on sale a limited-edition collectors’ box set called ‘The Complete Tomorrow’s World,’ a release that caps off the promotion cycle of the band’s 2011 album by collecting commercially unavailable tracks and mixes, plus all of the promotional videos made for the record’s singles.
With ‘Fill Us With Fire,’ the third single off last year’s Tomorrow’s Word, out in the U.K. this week, synthpop duo Erasure has released a second video for the track — this one filmed in London during rehearsals for the group’s 2011 world tour. Check out the new clip right here.
Erasure recently began taking orders for a new 2CD, 21-track concert album ‘Tomorrow’s World: Live at the Roundhouse,’ and the group is previewing four of the set’s tracks: “Fill Us With Fire” and “A Whole Lotta Love Run Riot,” both off last year’s ‘Tomorrow’s World’ LP, and the classics “Blue Savannah” and “Chorus.”
Erasure has set a March 12 release date for the third single off last year’s ‘Tomorrow’s Word’: ‘Fill Us With Fire,’ which will be released in the U.K. as an eight-track CD single and elsewhere as a digital download package. The single features ‘Shot to the Heart,’ previously available as an iTunes bonus track.
As 2011 quickly winds to an end, we’re happy to roll out our fourth and final days’ worth of results from our second-annual Slicing Up Eyeballs Readers Poll, in which nearly 500 of you cast ballots for your favorite music of the year. Today, we bring you the big one: The best albums of 2011.
This week’s new releases include new, live and reissued albums, singles and EPs from the likes of Peter Murphy, Bjork, Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush, the Pixies’ Black Francis, The B-52s, Erasure and Talk Talk.
This week’s new releases include brand-new albums from Erasure (‘Tomorrow’s World’) and Pop Will Eat Itself (‘New Noise Designed by a Sadist’), plus vinyl reissues of Dinosaur Jr’s first three albums, the U.K. vinyl-only and CD-and-vinyl editions of The Smiths’ ‘Complete’ box set and the final two Jesus and Mary Chain reissues.
With the less than a week to go before the release of their 14th album, Erasure are letting fans listen to ‘Tomorrow’s World’ in its entirety via a stream posted Tuesday by The Guardian. The full album arrives Oct. 3 in the U.K. and Oct. 4 in the U.S.
With their U.S. tour now underway, Erasure last week released a video for new single ‘When I Start To (Break It All Down)’ that features a montage of footage filmed over its summer tour dates around the world.
Synthpop faves Erasure this morning debuted the first single, ‘When I Start To (Break It All Down),’ off their upcoming album ‘Tomorrow’s World’ on BBC Radio 2, and now have made the 3:34-long track available for streaming on their website. The single will be released digitally Aug. 29 and on CD on Sept. 26.
Erasure today unveiled the artwork and tracklist for its first new album in four years, the nine-song ‘Tomorrow’s World’ — which, when it’s released this fall, also will come in a special deluxe edition with a second CD loaded with as-yet-undisclosed “remixes, demos and a bonus track.”