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Performance new single news

July 7, 2010 by  

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Performance new single news

Performance release single ‘The Unconsoled’ via Too Much Information on August 2nd
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Performance return with new single ‘The Unconsoled,’ released August 2nd on Too Much Information Records

‘The Unconsoled’ is the follow up to ‘The Living’ and another example of Performance’s unique style of literate English pop. Inspired by the kazuo Ishiguro novel of the same name, ‘The Unconsoled’ is musically joyous and lyrically intelligent. Unsuprisingly, Performance are a band with issues. They have overcome things that would have broken a lesser band – drugs, depression, disease, losing a band member, major label politics – but Performance never quit they just got better.

After a brief dalliance with a major, the band self-released their debut album ‘(we are) Performance’ in 2007. Only 1000 beautifully packaged CD’s were manufactured, all of which sold (at £15) through Manchester record shops and the band’s website. Since then, singer Joe Stretch has written two acclaimed novels, ‘Friction’ (2007) and ‘Wildlife’ (2008) published by Vintage/Random House. Joe Cross (Synth, Bass, programming)) and Laura Marsden (guitar) formed the electro-pop duo kiss In Cities, and Cross has also been working as a producer/songwriter, helping develop, among others, hotly tipped new bands Hurts and The Sound Of Arrows.

Despite their other projects, the three childhood friends still found time to write and record their new album ‘Red brick heat’, produced by Cliff Jones, due out later this year.

Gigs
30th July: UK, Stockton, Riverside fringe Festival
31st July: UK, Glasgow king Tuts
13th August: Colombia, Bogota, Meseo Vinacure






 

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