Pleased to announce that we will be supporting British Sea Power at their Birmingham 02 Academy show on Friday 13 April. We should be on at around circa 7.45pm.
Here is the full list of dates and ticket links:
Thursday 13th April: 02 Academy, Birmingham, UK – supporting British Sea Power TICKETS
Sunday 16th April: Secret Show, Birmingham, UK
Friday 21st April: Walton Hall (The Open University), Milton Keynes, UK – TICKETS (Full headline show)
Sunday 30th April: Sounds From The Other City Festival, Islington Mill, Manchester, UK – TICKETS
Sunday 9th April: Lyttelton Theatre, BMI, Birmingham, UK – TICKETS
Saturday 10th June: Union Chapel, London – INFO
Caroline True Records will release heavy weight vinyl version of the second July Skies’ LP The English Cold in the New Year. Pre-orders available on Friday 20 January with shipping to follow shortly afterwards. Release comes with a digital download card, fully colour artwork and liner notes by Alistair Fitchett.
A live performance in Shrewsbury UK will is being planned with CTR in support of the release in February/March; likely European date immediately on the back of this event.
Here’s a couple of lofi recordings from the recent Cafe Oto London performance we played as a trio. Thanks to Ian Sephton for sharing and for Chris from Upset The Rhythm for putting us on. A great night and lovely to meet new and old folks.
July Skies will perform at Café Oto, Dalston, London on Saturday 4 June 2016. This will be a 50 minute set in support of Darren Hayman’s Thankful Villages band.
Set your hearts for 18-22 Ashwin St, London E8 3DL. Doors open at 8pm.
Caught by the River has released a 180gm vinyl limited to 500 edition version of The Weather Clock on the 8 April 2016. You may order the album here.
The limited release series of heavy weight vinyl will continue later in the year when Caroline True Records release The English Cold.
July Skies will be performing as part of an afternoon event of music, film and poetry put on by the lovely Caught by the River. The event is on Sunday 15 November 2015 at the historic London venue of Bush Hall.
Rocket Girl have pressed the first July Skies album Dreaming of Spires (2001) as a 180gm vinyl LP version.
300 copies worldwide only; preorder here