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Get to Know… Trampolene

I am not a fan of Mondays, but really who is??
Hopefully this little something will help to get you through the day..
The GATRS received an exciting email from the great people from Big Mouth introducing me to the Welsh band, Trampolene.

We are here to tell you…

LISTEN TO  THEM NOW.

To make it simple for you, they are giving you a free download of their new song Newcastle Brown Love Song , until November 30th. Just follow the link.

http://emailunlock.com/mi7records/trampolene-newcastle-brown-love-song

The perfect song to listen to while you cry into a beer. It’s slow and beautiful. Jack Jones’ vocals are like velvet, so perfectly fit with the mood of the song.
The single was recorded at Konk studios and produced by the band, along with Josh Green but don’t let the depressing love song fool you, these guys can rock. They give us the in your face, scuzzy rock and roll that we all love with songs such as Alcohol Kiss, Under The Strobe Light, and Bourgeoisie Girl.

 They will be headling their first show in Paris, then on to London for a few more shows.

November

Wednesday     12th                  London                Queen Of Hoxton (Hopscotch Club)

Thursday           27th                  Paris                        Truckle 

https://www.facebook.com/events/1540823782816505/

December

Friday     19th                  London               The Barfly (Jubilee Club) 

http://jubileeclub.fatsoma.com/events/93845/

TRAMPOLENE are: Jack Jones – vocals/guitar, Wayne Thomas – bass/vocals and Mr. Williams – drums/vocals. They are currently putting the finishing touches to their new five track Pocket Album Two, which was recorded at RAK Studios and is being mixed by Cenzo Townsend  (The Horrors & Jamie T). It will be released in February 2015.

You can find more info on the band at their Facebook

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You can usually find me traveling, queuing, or at barricade for a band. I am most likely doing all three things in a day. If I'm not at a concert you can also find me digging through crates for that coveted black disc, I'm an avid vinyl lover and I have the receipts to prove it.