ANNOUNCE 'NEW RELICS' MINI-ALBUM
& OCTOBER 2012 UK TOUR
Preview track 'Relics' can be heard via the following link:
NB you can also embed the track using this code:
Errors have today announced the release of a brand new eight track mini-album, due for release on Rock Action Records in October, and a UK tour that same month which includes a show at London’s Heaven.
The new mini-album entitled 'New Relics' is the follow-up to the critically acclaimed 'Have Some Faith In Magic', released earlier this year.
'New Relics' was recorded by the three-piece during Spring 2012 in their Glasgow studio. It will be released via Rock Action Records on CD, 12", Digital Download formats and also in a VHS version (limited to 200 copies only) that will see the band collaborating with Rachel Maclean (director of their stunning “Pleasure Palaces” promo video: http://youtu.be/7mb63ATA_qY) and other visual artists to provide a unique visual representation of their music. The VHS version of the mini-album will be available only from selected stores as well as directly from the band's online store.
Errors are previewing the album by hosting brand new track 'Relics' via their website www.havesomefaithinmagic.com - the track features guest vocals from Bek Oliva of Edinburgh based band Magic Eye.
New UK tour dates are listed below:
10th - Manchester - Soup Kitchen
11th - Norwich - Sound & Vision Festival
12th - Newcastle - Hoults Yard
13th - Edinburgh - Electric Circus
17th - Nottingham - Bodega
18th - London - Heaven
19th - Bristol - The Cooler
20th - Cardiff - SWN Festival
Errors are a Glasgow based three-piece band, formed in 2004 and comprising Simon Ward (guitar, keyboards, programming), Steev Livingstone (guitar, keyboards, programming) and James Hamilton (drums). Since the release of their debut “Hans Herman” 7" (2005), Errors have released three acclaimed albums: ‘It's Not Something But It Is Like Whatever’ (2008), ‘Come Down With Me’ (2010) and ‘Have Some Faith In Magic’ (2012) as well as their ‘How Clean Is Your Acid House?’ EP (2006) and the limited-edition remix album ‘Celebrity Come Down With Me’ (2010), which featured contributions from the likes of The Field, Gold Panda, Mogwai and Dam Mantle amongst others.
Errors announce brand new mini-album & UK tour for October 2012
Fri 20 Jul 2012 @ 18:38
Errors announce further UK dates for May 2012 + new single TUSK
Thu 12 Apr 2012 @ 16:44
Celeb Come Down With Me
Fri 17 Dec 2010 @ 11:35
Why music writers at UK Regional Press like us…
With more than twenty years’ experience as a music PR, both nationally and internationally, Simon Blackmore has a wealth of knowledge and an unparalleled relationship with 250+ music writers within the UK Regional Press sector (who themselves publish to a readership of many millions).
Focusing solely on UK Regional Press, Black Arts PR will always look to achieve the optimum amount of coverage for their clients within these titles, regularly setting-up interview features, CD reviews, gig previews, competitions and live reviews, always working hand in hand with clients (be they artists, management or record companies).
With one of the best and brightest artist rosters in the business, Regional Press music writers always like to hear from Black Arts PR.
If you need more images for UK Regional Press usage only, contact Simon Blackmore.