Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
The Chronicles Of A Bohemian Teenager (Part 1)
'The Chronicles Of A Bohemian Teenager (Part 1)' is the 2nd single to be released by 20 year old wunderkind Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly (aka Sam Duckworth to his mates) on 11th September 2006. It follows up on the success of his limited edition debut AA side 'I Spy / Call Me Ishmael'.
Written on a train during his gig-to-gig, sofa-to-floor, bus-to-train journeys across Britain (Duckworth spent 2005 prolifically gigging, clocking up over 160 gigs since the start of 2005), 'Chronicles.' is self-produced and another example of Duckworth's forceful, emotional melody, delicate then furious acoustic guitar and twitchy electronic beats.
The 7" will feature brand new track 'The Romance Versus The Rational' whilst the CD will feature another brand new song 'The Children Are (The Consumers Of) The Future'. Meanwhile, a second CD will include a remix of the lead track by Yourcodenameis:milo's Justin Lockey.
The single is taken from Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly's highly anticipated debut album of the same name. 'The Chronicles Of A Bohemian Teenager' will be released on 18th September through Atlantic Records.
8th-10th Bestival - Isle Of White
12th Isle Of Man - Villa Marina
13th Northampton Soundhaus
15th Bridgewater - Rugby Club
16th Merthyr Tydvyll - Studio Bar
17th Yeovil - Ski Lodge
18th Southend - Chinnerys
22nd Manchester - Night & Day
26th Reading - Fez
27th Cambridge - Soul Tree
28th Nottingham - Rock City Basement
30th Stoke - Sugarmill
1st Liverpool - Barfly
2nd Sheffield - Leadmill
3rd Birmingham - Academy 2
5th Carlisle - Brickyard
6th Newcastle - Academy 2
8th Inverness - The Raigmore
9th Aberdeen - Tunnels
10th Glasgow - ABC
11th Leeds - Cockpit
13th Goole - Vikings Hotel
14th Hemsby - Pontins 'End Of Days' Festival
15th Oxford - Zodiac
16th Bristoi - Academy 2
18th Brighton - Concorde 2
19th Bridgend - Rec
20th Penzance - Acorn
21st Bridport - Arts Centre
22nd Exeter - Cavern
24th Portsmouth - Wedgewood Rooms
25th London - Islington Academy
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