Tag: Turin Brakes

Live: Together The People Festival Review

Together The People, set in Preston Park, Brighton, seems an apt name for a festival created by local people for local people. The organising commitee involves housing trusts, arts centres and creatives from around the region. So how on earth does a festival like this end up with cast of rock music royality. A line up that features Brian Wilson, Nathaniel Rateliff and Suede seems somehow juxtaposed to the fete and fair style layout of the site. Set apart from some others by the ecology and sustainability message, to enforce this organisers encourage walking and alternative transport to this non camping festival.  Together...

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Live: Turin Brakes @ The Brook, Southampton.

Situated on the edge of a trading estate, The Brook is one of the more eclectically situated venues in the south of England and not one where you’d necessarily expect a Mercury nominated band to play.  However the lack of local parking spaces, and a steady stream of people walking into the 600 capacity venue tells you that after sixteen plus years together, Turin Brakes could play a bus shelter and still draw a crowd. Fronted by longtime friends Olly Knights and Gale Paridjanian, they’re best remembered for their first two releases, 2001s The Optimist and 2003s Ether Song,...

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Video: Turin Brakes. New Album Lost Property

Turin Brakes are delighted to announce the release of their hotly anticipated new album, Lost Property, through Cooking Vinyl, on January 29th 2016. The album will be accompanied by a UK tour in the new year. Full dates below! Opening track ’96’ is available now. Watch the video here. A collection of dispatches from the elusive side of reality that’s just a twist away from the everyday, Lost Property features the band’s trademark West-Coast acoustic guitar and widescreen harmony textures. Listen carefully beneath the lush, cinematic production the band created with co-conspirator Ali Staton (Madonna, La Roux) in the analogue...

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