Robyn Hitchcock is giving fans another taste of his upcoming self-titled record in the form of a second single, the fully plugged-in “Mad Shelley’s Letterbox,” which you can stream below. The 10-track Robyn Hitchcock, which follows up 2014’s The Man Upstairs, will be released April 21 by Yep Roc Records.
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Robyn Hitchcock today offered fans their first taste of his upcoming studio album ‘Love From London,’ releasing a stream of “Be Still,” which you can check out right here. The album itself, a 10-song collection that “celebrates life in a culture imperiled by economic and environmental collapse,” arrives March 5
The 2013 installment of Record Store Day is still three months away, but details are starting to emerge about what bands will be offering limited-edition vinyl releases to commemorate the day — a list that so far includes new releases from the likes of Hüsker Dü, Robyn Hitchcock, Paul Weller and Wire.
Robyn Hitchcock will release a brand-new studio album titled ‘Love From London’ on Yep Roc Records on March 5, a 10-song collection that the singer-songwriter says “celebrates life in a culture imperiled by economic and environmental collapse,” according to the label’s announcement of the new record.
Following last year’s reunion album from The dB’s, one of that band’s founders, Chris Stamey, will return early next year with ‘Lovesick Blues,’ his first album since a 2005 collaboration with Yo La Tengo called ‘A Question of Temperature.’ Stamey is previewing the new record with a free download of the track “Astronomy.”
Robyn Hitchcock this week announced he is recording a new album — provisionally titled ‘File Under Pop’ — that’s being eyed for a January release, but, in the meantime, he’s giving away two “interim tracks” as free downloads, including one recorded with singer-songwriter KT Tunstall singing harmonies.
Robyn Hitchcock this month will release ‘Chronolology,’ a 16-track, hand-picked, digital-only greatest-hits set that’s being marketed as the artist’s first-ever best-of — even though he’s been treated to at least three such compilations, all released during the mid-1990s.
Gang of Four will support its first all-new studio album in more than 15 years — ‘Content,’ due out on Jan. 25 on Yep Roc Records — with a 13-date North American headlining tour in February, the band announced on Wednesday.
Former Dream Syndicate leader Steve Wynn will release ‘Northern Aggression,’ his third album with The Miracle Three, this fall — and to tease the album, he’s giving away a free MP3 of the track ‘Resolution,’ which can be streamed and/or downloaded below.
Post-punk survivors Gang of Four have unleashed the first taste of ‘Content’ — the band’s first all-new studio album in more than 15 years — in the form of ‘Never Pay for the Farm.’
Gang of Four this week announced it will release ‘Content’ — its first all-new studio album in more than 15 years — early next year on CD, vinyl and as part of an ‘Ultimate Content Can’ that includes lyrics, artwork, a scratch-and-sniff booklet and ‘vials of band members’ blood.’
The first two albums by Robyn Hitchcock’s late-’70s/early-’80s neo-psychedelic band The Soft Boys — 1979’s ‘A Can of Bees’ and 1980’s classic ‘Underwater Moonlight’ — will be reissued in stripped-down CD and audiophile vinyl editions that come with new download-only bonus tracks.