Graham Coxon returns...
Added by Bob on 10th December 2005
Graham Coxon releases his follow up to the 2004 hit 'Happiness In Magazines' on the 13th of March 2006, (a day after my Birthday, buy me presents!!). This is preceded by single 'Standing On My Own Again' due to be released on 27th February 2006.
A tour has also been arranged to promote the album running from the 20th of March to the 5th of April.
The full list of tour dates are as follows:-
- 20th - Newcastle University
- 21st - Liverpool Academy
- 22nd - Glasgow Garage
- 23rd - Edinburgh Liquid Room
- 25th - Leeds Cockpit
- 26th - Norwich Waterfront
- 27th - Leicester University
- 28th - Manchester Ritz Ballroom
- 30th - Cambridge Junction
- 31st - Oxford Zodiac
- 1st - Nottingham Marcus Garvey Centre Ballroom
- 2nd - Bristol Bierkeller
- 4th - Brighton Concorde
- 5th - London Hammersmith Palais
Some info from May on the new album:-
Graham Coxon has revealed details of his new album, which he branded "psycha-sentimental-aladelic". The guitarist is finishing work on the follow-up to last year's 'Happiness In Magazines' and has been collaborating again with former blur producer Stephen Street.
"I think as a person who enjoys extremes, the middle ground has been somewhat cut out in a lot of these songs and I've gone out further either side," Coxon told NME. "It's quite heavy and emotionally heavy and it's direct lyrically and pretty hectic." Describing the theme of the record, the guitarist said: "All songs concern the dreaded L.O.V.E. from falling in love, splitting up, jealousy, unfaithfulness, lust, everything really."
Recorded at London's Mayfair and Olympic studios, tracks expected to appear on the as-yet-untitled album include: 'Gimme Some Love', 'I Can't Look At Your Skin' Cos It's Doing Me In', 'Just A State Of Mind', 'Don't Let Your Man Know', 'Tell It Like It Is', 'You And I', 'Flights To The Sea' and 'Don't Believe Anything I Say'.
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