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David Ford - Touring, album and single!
Added by Bob on 1st June 2005
Last Updated on 5th August 2005
From the David Ford Mailing List:
David Ford has signed a licensing deal for his debut album ‘I Sincerely Apologise For All The Trouble I’ve Caused’ with Independiente. Here he joins a roster that also includes Travis and Embrace.
Independiente will release the album in the UK on Monday 3rd October 2005. His debut single ‘State of the Union’ will be released ahead of the album on Monday 26th September.
The CD single will also feature the amazing ‘live in one take’ video version of State of the Union whilst the 7” will include the song ‘Expensive Shoes’ as a B side.
A full UK tour for September / October will be announced shortly.
David’s fantastic ‘home made’ video has also been turning industry heads in America and consequently a worldwide long term deal should be in place very soon.
Thank you for your great support, it is undoubtedly the enthusiasm of David’s fans and supporters which makes the difference.
Update again, added some more tour dates...
Update: David Ford has announced details of a download only single on the
22nd August 2005 26th September 2005 called State Of The Union and an album to follow that on the 5th September 2005 3rd October 2005 called I Sincerely Apologise For All The Trouble I've Caused
Track listing for the album is as follows:-
I Sincerely Apologise...
- I Don't Care What You Call Me
- State Of The Union
- What Would You Have Me Do?
- Cheer Up (You Miserable Fuck)
- A Long Time Ago
- Don't Tell Me
- If You Only
- Laughing Aloud
Ex easyworld frontman David Ford is on the road again, this time he's supporting Duke Special, Fiction Plane and Tegan and Sara
The dates are as follows:-
- 1st - London - Little Heavenly Social
- 7th - Derby - The Victoria Inn
- 8th - Huddersfield - Cornerhouse
- 9th - Stockton - Georgian Theatre
- 10th - Glasgow - King Tuts
16th - London - 100 Club(Supporting Tegan and Sara) (sold out)
- 28th - Cardiff - Barfly (Supporting Fiction Plane)
- 29th - London - Wireless Festival, Hyde Park
- 30th - Liverpool - Barfly (Supporting Fiction Plane)
- 1st - London - Barfly
- 2nd - Glasgow - Barfly
- 4th - Leicester - The Charlotte
- 5th - York - Fibbers
- 6th - London - The Borderline
- 11th - Birmingham - The Glee Club
- 12th - Brighton - Komedia
- 14th - Cambridge - Portland Arms
More dates are still to be announced for Norwich, Birmingham and Cambridge.
You might see me at one of the Glasgow dates and Rall at a London date (so expect a review!).
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8th June 2005 @ 22:02:32 GMT