Music Gear News
Noisettes LP on the way
Other songs included on the record are Free, Contact – which is also the name of the LP itself - and Winner.
The LP is set to grace shelves just in time for the end of the summer holidays – that time of year when children should really be continuing to practice their music instruments, but may sometimes forget to do so!
August 27th is the date that has been set for the album to be released for the listening pleasure of the world.
The Noisettes enjoyed a number two hit back in 2009 with their track Don't Upset The Rhythm.
Shingai Shoniwa from The Noisettes has hinted about some of the music instrument action set to grace the LP, saying: "The album starts with a big thirty piece orchestra".
Published by AW.Posted on 29 Jun 2012 12:40 to category : Band / Celebrity News
Related Music News
John Carpenter discusses the implementation of MIDI into his live rig.
Prince's renowned Paisley Park is set to open to the general public to showcase his property and personal possessions.
Ozzy recently revealed his desire to carry on with his own solo material after Black Sabbath play their last ever show in February 2017.
Carlos Santana announces that he is starting a super group containing some of the music industries most revered icons.
A lifelike bronze statue has been placed at Hollywoods Rainbow bar & grill of the late rockstar Lemmy Kilmister
Iconic guitarist from UK metal band Architects has passed away following a three year battle with cancer.
Recent Music News
The FaderPort 8 brings even more versatility and practicality to fans of the original FaderPort
Artists gather at Redbull Studios to showcase innovative instruments
A plaque marking where David Bowie resided whilst he created his revered Berlin album trilogy has been destroyed
Analog Heat is promises to set the world ablaze with an abundance of exciting features
The Earthquaker devices Transmisser pedal is set to open a whole range of intergalactic opportunities
After a series of comments from the band relating to their future, what are we to expect in the coming years?