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Video of the Moment #1868: The Fratellis

 
By on Sunday, 26th July 2015 at 6:00 pm
 

The Fratellis are gearing up to release their new album ‘Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied’ on the 21st of August on Cooking Vinyl. Ahead of that, they’ve revealed the incredibly poppy and infectious single ‘Baby Don’t You Lie To Me!’, which you can get alongside ‘Me and the Devil’ for instant download if you preorder the album. There’s really not much to say about this video except let ‘er rip below!

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DprUg4PucMM[/youtube]

 

Live Gig Video: The Fratellis perform ‘This Old Ghost Town’ in the studio

 
By on Wednesday, 9th October 2013 at 4:00 pm
 

The Fratellis released their latest album ‘We Need Medicine’ this past Monday, and they’re offering this studio version of ‘This Old Ghost Town’, the second single from the album, in video form up to their devoted fans. Watch the video below.

The band go out on tour in the UK in November, straight after they return from a tour of America.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJuQTK8js5g[/youtube]

 

The Fratellis / November 2013 UK Tour

 
By on Monday, 26th August 2013 at 9:00 am
 

The Fratellis will be heading out on the road in the UK in November. Tickets to this tour are available now.

Sunday 17th November 2013 – Bournemouth Academy
Monday 18th November 2013 – Lincoln Engine Shed
Tuesday 19th November 2013 – Leeds Academy
Wednesday 20th November 2013 – Norwich UEA
Friday 22nd November 2013 – Preston 53 Degrees
Saturday 23rd November 2013 – Margate Winter Gardens
Sunday 24th November 2013 – London Shepherds Bush Empire
Tuesday 26th November 2013 – Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall
Wednesday 27th November 2013 – Manchester Academy
Friday 29th November 2013 – Glasgow Academy

 

Preview: Hop Farm Festival

 
By on Tuesday, 19th May 2009 at 2:00 pm
 

The FratellisNow in its second year, The Hop Farm Festival has announced another strong lineup. After last year’s scoop of getting Neil Young to headline, I had a feeling it’d be a one time event, however it turns out that this year they’re back bigger and stronger, now a two day event on Saturday July 4th and Sunday July 5th. This year the event is headlined by The Fratellis (pictured right) and Pigeon Detectives on the Saturday night whilst Paul Weller headlines the Sunday.

Billed as the only major UK festival to be sponsorship free and without VIP areas, the event joins the long list of events that attempts to provide a higher quality experience than the usual “big names, small facilities” approach of some festivals, and this year builds upon its successful first year to come back bigger and stronger for 2009.

Joining the headliners are a raft of great bands that are doing the rounds of the festivals this summer – Florence and the Machine, Noah and the Whale, The Joy Formidable, Ladyhawke, Doves and Editors all playing across the weekend.

This year, Hop Farm adds a dance tent to join the ranks of their competitors, featuring Etienne De Crecy on Saturday night. Widely celebrated for his groundbreaking ‘French Touch’ sound, he will be sure to whip the crowd up into a euphoric frenzy to close the night, whilst 2ManyDJs are heading up the Sunday night set, bringing the dance stage to a euphoric finale.

Weekend tickets are £125.00 incl. camping and parking and with day tickets at £65.00, and are available now from Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

Top photo comes from *hoodrat*’s flickr stream under the creative Commons license.

 

Paul Weller, Keane, Fratellis, Cat Stevens and Amy Winehouse for Island Shows

 
By on Wednesday, 11th March 2009 at 2:56 pm
 

Amy WinehouseJust about every muso will be drooling, begging and stealing over these shows. The legendary Island Records are celebrating their 50th birthday this year, and to celebrate they’re holding a week long series of shows at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire, each night playing host to some of their most famous artists, past and present.

Tickets for all the shows below go on sale on Friday morning (13th March) at 9am.

Tuesday 26th May 2009 – Sly & Robbie & the Compass Point All Stars
Wednesday 27th May 2009 – The Fratellis
Thursday 28th May 2009 – Cat Stevens / Yusuf
Friday 29th May 2009 – Paul Weller (pictured top)
Saturday 30th May 2009 – Keane / Tom Tom Club
Sunday 31st May 2009 – Amy Winehouse (pictured top right)

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Mencap gigs announced / November 2008

 
By on Monday, 29th September 2008 at 10:25 pm
 

Following on from last year’s amazing lineup, the Mencap Little Noise sessions are back again this November to raise more money for the mental disability charity.

The series of gigs at London’s Islington Union Chapel will take place over about 2 weeks, with more dates and artists to be announced

The charity’s ambassador, Jo Whiley, may be on maternity leave from her job at Radio 1, but she’s managed to get an incredible lineup to play. She commented: “Mencap’s Little Noise Sessions are a great opportunity to see big name bands play an acoustic gig in an intimate setting, whilst raising money for a really worthwhile cause.”

Fans wanting to buy tickets need to register on Mencapmusic.org.uk between October 1 and 16. All proceeds from ticket sales go to Mencap.

Saturday 8th November – Glasvegas, Cage the Elephant
Sunday 9th November – Razorlight, Florence and the Machine, Esser
Monday 10th November – Stereophonics, Seasick Steve
Tuesday 11th November – Adele, Angus And Julia Stone
Wednesday 12th November – Biffy Clyro, Friendly Fires, Frank Turner
Thursday 13th November – James Morrison, Katy Perry, Sam Beeton
Friday 14th November – Kasabian, Reverend and the Makers, The Hours, Fight Like Apes
Saturday 15th November – Keane, The Script, Bryn Christopher, Red Light Company
Tuesday 18th November – The Fratellis

 
 
 

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