Back in July I released my first album through a label. It was called Despite the Blackout and people seemed to like it. Today the album was given a re-release through the more established stores such as iTunes, Amazon, and eMusic. It’ll be on Spotify in a couple of weeks once they get their arses in gear.
If you haven’t got your copy, you can get it through these links (I’ve never used iTunes, but can recommend Amazon highly):
iTunes : http://bit.ly/v0GPjX (£4.74)
Amazon : http://amzn.to/vnFJOl (£4.14)
eMusic : http://bit.ly/uRclZX (£2.52)
Corporate Records site: http://corpor.at/A211 (pay what you want from £3)
The gig I’m doing in Glasgow with Chris T-T and Franz Nicolay (of The Hold Steady fame) is almost sold out. A couple of days ago there were less than 10 advance tickets left, so I’m sure that stockpile is diminishing. Head over to BrownPaperTickets to get yours now.
And, Book Yer Ane Fest (the Sunday after that gig) is also selling fast, so if you are Dundee orientated, head over to make-that-a-take’s online shop to grab your tickets. The line-up is astounding.http://makethatatake.bigcartel.com/