‘Until The Earth Begins To Part’ Released This Week

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The time has finally come to let the fruits of our work so far be released into the wild.  This week our debut album ‘Until The Earth Begins To Part is officially released on 4AD.

It’s something we’re proud to have had the chance to do, and owe a big thanks to many people for making this happed.

The album is available on CD and 12″ versions from most good record shops, with downloads from iTunes with an exclusive bonus track.  The tracklisting is as follows:

Nearly Home
If The News Makes You Sad, Don’t Watch It
Until The Earth Begins To Part
A Promise
Thoughts On A Picture (In A Paper, January 2009)
If Eilert Løvborg Wrote A Song, It Would Sound Like This
Wolves
Ghosts
A Good Reason
Slow Parade
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Guilty Conscience/Restless Mind  *iTunes bonus track *

Broken Records Album & Single Details

We are happy to announce that our debut album and single release for 4AD now have a title! The album, titled ‘Until the Earth Begins to Part’, is slated for a release on 1st June, whilst a single of the same name will be out on May 11th.

The tracklisting for ‘Until the Earth Begins to Part’ will be as follows:

Nearly Home
If The News Makes You Sad, Don’t Watch It
Until The Earth Begins To Part
A Promise
Thoughts On A Picture (In A Paper, January 2009)
If Eilert Løvborg Wrote A Song, It Would Sound Like This
Wolves
Ghosts
A Good Reason
Slow Parade

The album was recorded during January at Monnow Valley Studios in Wales, and was produced by Ian Caple

And finally, you can stream the the album version of ‘If Eilert Løvborg Wrote A Song It Would Sound Like This’ here below:




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Studio Diary – 16th January

Studio Diary Photo 1‘They All Fell….’ took shape last night with Davey’s trumpet going down and
T getting his organ out (again!). We had to make a few adjustments to
the schedule due to the piano slipping back out of tune, so the tuner
Gareth was booked to come back today at two to give it a few more
tweaks (at this rate he might end up taking residence in the spare
room…). We had some pasta and chorizo for tea then hit the hay at some
point after one.

The day started with an enthusiastic Dave telling me that he had
finally got to “some action” in Tipping the Velvet, which he has been
reading for the past few days. It seems Nan was having a whale of a
time with the contents of a mysterious rosewood chest. Good for her.

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