Today sees the release of ‘Revelations’ the new album from Daphne Guinness, produced by Tony Visconti and available now via Agent Anonyme/Absolute. Daphne recorded the new album at Les Studios Saint Germain, Paris – working once again with David Bowie producer Visconti, also at the helm for Guinness’ previous two critically-acclaimed albums, ‘Optimist in Black’ and ‘Daphne & The Golden Chord’. ‘Revelations’ is now available to stream across all platforms here.
New Hope Club have just released a special extended version of their debut album, digitally. It features six additional songs which were included as bonus tracks on the physical release, and now as a treat for the fans, are available across streaming services. Just To Find Love, Remember, We Broke Up In A Dream, How To Say I Love You, Turning Red and Flight Away were all written by the band, so are very personal and close to their hearts. The self-titled LP came out earlier this year, and charted at number 5 in the Official UK Album Chart.
Following the consistent success of radio playlisted singles, critical acclaim and selling out shows across the UK and beyond, Sea Girls today release their highly anticipated debut album ‘Open Up Your Head’ – on Polydor – featuring fourteen doses of memorable guitar-pop brilliance produced by Larry Hibbitt in London.
Decca Records has revealed they have signed Britain’s most successful female artist of all time, Dame Shirley Bassey.
Dame Shirley, whose career has spanned seven decades, is thrilled to have signed an exclusive record deal with the prestigious label, where she will record and release her grand finale album entirely dedicated to her fans and career.
Following the release of their frantic new single ‘All I Want To Hear You Say’, and selling out their upcoming UK November ’20 headline tour, Sea Girls are absolutely on fire dropping their euphoric new track ‘Forever’ – the final taster from their debut album Open Up Your Head before its release next week on Friday August 14th via Polydor.
Robert Plant will mark the eagerly awaited third season of his hugely popular podcast, ‘Digging Deep with Robert Plant’, with the release of a career-spanning new 2-CD set ‘Digging Deep’. The limited edition collection – also available for streaming and digital download – gathers 30 extraordinary songs spanning four decades, including three previously unreleased new tracks. ‘Digging Deep’ will be available worldwide via Plant’s own Es Paranza label on Friday, October 2nd.
This Summer sees Tokio Myers release ‘Sign of the Times’, two special, of-the-moment isolation bundles featuring brand new orchestral pieces conceptualised as a pandemic-stricken world staggered, stopped and braced itself for whatever came next. The first part Sign of the Times I is released on 24th July and features two tracks, Abundance and Earth (Home), two atmospheric, instrumental songs that take the listener on a journey of a world going through global turmoil. ‘Sign Of The Times I’ is out now and can be streamed and downloaded here, and ‘Sign of the Times II’ is set to follow next month.
Danny Moffat started out at the age of 15 in Bellingham, Washington, with his first recording on a 4-track. He’s since been found making music in New Zealand, Seattle, Portland Oregon, NYC, and is now settled in Massachusetts. ‘In The Garden’, his latest lo-fi offering, is set for release on August 7, and new single, ‘Washing Dishes’, is out now.
Although he’s originally from Wolverhampton, UK, David Newton is these days based in LA, more specifically Burbank, where he turned his garage into a recording studio, and has produced and engineered albums for the likes of The Little Ones, The Soft Pack, The Henry Clay People, The Blood Arm, and The Happy Hollows, among many many others.
Daphne Guinness releases a new single, ‘Looking Glass’, the latest to be lifted from her forthcoming third album, ‘Revelations’ due out on August 14, 2020 via Agent Anonyme/Absolute. Daphne recorded the album at Les Studios Saint Germain, Paris – working once again with David Bowie producer Tony Visconti, also at the helm for Guinness’ previous two critically-acclaimed albums, ‘Optimist in Black’ and ‘Daphne & The Golden Chord’. Stream the new video for ‘Looking Glass’ here: