Welcome to our new website... we hope you've been enjoying getting to know it, and have been able to find everything easily.  Thanks for your patience while we've been working out how to navigate through all new nooks and crannies.  If you've not already added yourself to our Fans Map, please click here (though remember not to be too specific!).
Added on: June 1, 2011
Down at the Zoo
Mick's album of children's songs now available on iTunes.
Added on: May 26, 2011
The Soundcarriers to support in Leicester
We are pleased to complete the line up of supports for the UK shows with the addition of Nottingham's The Soundcarriers to the bill for the show at The De Montfort Hall on Thursday 2nd June.
Added on: May 17, 2011
UK Supports Announced
Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat, The Woodentops, Veronica Falls, and Admiral Fallow
Added on: April 21, 2011
Concern Raffle Winner
Two very lucky winners are coming to Primavera Sound!
Added on: April 11, 2011
Love Letter To Japan
BMX Bandits, Stevie Jackson, The Pastels, Craig Armstrong and many more Scottish artists support Japan.
dear catastrophe waitress
Dear Catastrophe Waitress Double LP
After years of  non-availability, we have some lovely deluxe vinyl copies of Dear Catastrophe Waitress in our possession.  No more £60 bids on eBay are required for an eight year old worn round the edges copy: this one is a double, heavy (180g) vinyl with a download code.

Answered on: 09/06/2011
Mh....Okay, it is not an intelligent question, really... I am so curious about the song ''Funny Little Frog'', and that's not because it is so famous (i've got all your discography). I was just wondering: what about the title? I mean, all the songs have particular name...
May 4th, 2011. “Irked, but only for a moment”
I’m certainly not against ‘the generation who no longer pay for music.’ That horse has bolted. And hey, I like that horse! It’s free and young and happy and doing its horsey thing.

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