Tuesday, August 10, 2004

On Wednesday 21st June, over half a plastic cup of warm champagne (each), The Others signed an album deal with the lovely Alan McGee and his kerazzzeee label; Poptones.

After a brief rehearsal the next day, the band took up residence at Fortress Studios, London for two days to record the follow up to This Is For The Poor. Recorded once again by Stone Roses producer Paul Schroeder, the resulting monster of a track, “Stan Bowles” named after, but not about, the famous 70’s QPR player is scheduled for release on 11th October 2004.

Three formats will be available for your perusal:

Stan Bowles
Boy Is A Girl
This Is For The Poor (demo)

Limited ed signed 7inch vinyl:
Stan Bowles
Stan Bowles (BBC Radio 1 session)
This Is For The Poor (BBC Radio 1 session)

Stan Bowles
The Guerrilla Gig Rockumentary (visual r’n’r anarchy)

Forthcoming live dates:

August Dates:
12th August - ICA, London (supporting 80s Matchbox) - onstage 8:30
12th August - Vice Magazine Party at Tantra, Kingly Street - onstage midnight - The party will kick off in Kingly Court (just off of Carnaby Street) at 7:30 before moving onto a nearby venue at 9:30 for the remainder of the night. Come by Kingly court to pick up your tickets to the after party.If you'd like to attend these events, please email matt@viceuk.com.
22nd August - Clapham Common, London - Happy Mondays Reunion Gig (we headline the second stage but finish 30mins before The Mondays start playing)
26th August - Fez Club (Reading) 01189 586 839
27th August - 7pm - Carling Weekend Festival (Leeds)
28th August - TDK Cross Central Festival (London)
29th August - 7pm - Carling Weekend Festival (Reading)

Recording for the album will commence in early September with a view to a January 2005 release.

You’re welcome.

Johnny Others

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