Tag: Augustines

Live: Augustines @ Roundhouse

Brooklyn-based indie rockers Augustines, formally We Are Augustines, played their final show of a short European tour at Camden’s Roundhouse in support of their eponymous second studio album. Starting the show with tracks from their debut Rise Ye Sunken Ships, the Billy McCarthy-led trio opened with Headlong Into The Abyss before launching into fan-favourite Chapel Song which featured in Curt Morgan’s 2011 hit snowboarding film The Art of Flight. Although the roots of this band come from the ashes of Billy McCarthy and Eric Sanderson’s former band Pela (and a battle to get out their debut record the way it...

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Live Review: Record Store Day

Record Store Day 2014 showed off an exciting range of music talent, a group of respected artists are being brought together to celebrate exclusively on Berwick Street in the heart of Soho, London. The main live stage curated by Sister Ray Records. Presenter and Comedian Hardep Singh Kohli introduced the various acts and Soho resident Tim Arnold who open the day produced a snappy and colourful performance with songs from his album The Piccadilly Trot. Second on stage was Edwyn Collins the ex Orange Juice front man. He sang a few songs from Understated, his new album but the...

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Sound: Augustines. Nothing To Lose But your Head.

Seattle based trio Augustines (formerly We Are Augustines) have announced the release of their new single “Nothing to Lose but Your Head” scheduled for release on Caroline Records UK on February 3rd. Co-produced by Peter Katis, (The National, Frightened Rabbit, Interpol) this epic new track follows the release of their much acclaimed debut album ‘Rise Ye Sunken Ships’ that depicted honest tales of tragedy from a band who still wear their hearts on their sleeves: “Augustines are a very lucky bunch. We are only here because of our fans, “ explains Billy McCarthy. “There’s a great saying in America:...

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