announce new album – ‘LEASE OF LIFE’
out 23 March 2015 (on Rock Action Records)
+ UK tour March-April 2015
Errors announce the release of their fourth album ‘Lease of Life’, due out 23 March 2015 on Rock Action Records on digital, CD & 12-inch vinyl LP formats. The album is preceded by the release of its title track, premiered today on the FADER and streaming on Soundcloud.
Listen to the title track Lease of Life:
Lease of Life – album tracklisting
1. Colossal Estates
2. Lease of Life
3. Slow Rotor
4. New Winged Fire
5. Early Nights
6. Dull Care
8. Putman Caraibe
9. Through the Knowledge of Those Who Observe Us
Lease of Life is the follow up to Errors’ critically acclaimed 2012 album Have Some Faith In Magic. Formulated on the Hebridean Isle Of Jura - the location where George Orwell wrote Nineteen Eighty-Four and the place where The KLF are rumoured to have burned a million pounds - it’s a bold work borne by the confidence and ambition of a band with a desire to combine the exploration of fresh soundworlds combined with their most accessible, immediate songwriting yet. Lease of Life is also the band’s most cohesive album statement to date: a start-to-finish experience that’s bound by recurring constituents and accomplished craft.
Errors will tour the UK in March and April 2015; see weareerrors.com for ticket information:
26 March - Newcastle, Cluny
27 March - Birmingham, The Rainbow
28 March - Sheffield, Picture House Social
29 March - Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
30 March - Norwich, Arts Centre
31 March - Brighton, Green Door Store
01 April - Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
02 April - London, Oslo
03 April - Bristol, The Exchange
04 April - Manchester, Deaf Institute
10 April - Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree
11 April - Glasgow, Art School
Errors are; Steev Livingstone, Simon Ward and James Hamilton. They are joined on Lease of Life by guest vocalists Cecilia Stamp and Bek Oliva (Magic Eye).
How Clean is Your Acid House? (EP, 2006)
It’s Not Something But It Is Like Whatever (album, 2008)
Come Down With Me (album, 2010)
Celebrity Come Down With Me (EP, 2010)
Have Some Faith In Magic (album, 2012)
New Relics (mini album, 2012)
Errors announce brand new album 'LEASE OF LIFE' & UK tour dates for spring 2015
Fri 19 Dec 2014 @ 13:14
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