Northern soul-inspired single is exclusively available first on the Guardian, as synthpop duo prepare for farewell concert
Soft Cell have released their first new song in 15 years, Northern Lights.
The catchy synthpop track – described by the band’s singer, Marc Almond, as “a celebration of our roots in northern soul” – comes as the duo get ready for a farewell concert at the O2 Arena, London, on 30 September.
We’re not just all about Vinyl LPs and CDs… we regularly source collections of what we broadly refer to as ‘paper goods’. This is anything from the obvious tour programmes, posters and books to the more obscure, but highly desirable, items such as tour itineraries, old gig tickets, handbills, press books, […read more…]
Erasure, Bells of Love (Isabelle’s of Love) (2013) – With lyrics that include the line “I don’t believe in your religion/ I only know what I can see”, Bells of Love – from Erasure’s minimalist, determinedly secular 2013 Christmas album Snow Globe – offers an unusual, synth-pop take on a […read more…]
Aerosmith Guitarist, Joe Perry, has announced details of his new solo album Sweetzerland Manifesto and has brought along some friends to help. The album has been produced by Johnny Depp, and features contributions from Robin Zander of Cheap Trick, David Johansen and Terry Reid from The New York Dolls, as well […read more…]