Falling Out of Reach, May 26th
Guillemots release their new single 'Falling Out Of Reach' on May 26th 2007 through Polydor Records. This is the second single to be taken from their acclaimed new album 'Red' and follow up to the first single 'Get Over It'. The accompanying video features Sir Ian McKellen in what is without doubt one of the bands best videos to date.
Written by the Guillemots - Fyfe Dangerfield, Magrao, Aristazabal Hawkes and Greig Stewart - 'Falling Out Of Reach' was co-produced by the band alongside their longstanding engineer Adam Noble (George Michael, U2 and Paul McCartney).
Blissfully romantic, 'Falling Out Of Reach' is a rich string laden ode to the unrequited. Building into an unrestrained and utterly emotive chorus, the track epitomises the bands ability to write clever, honest and completely unique modern love songs.
Later this year the band embarks on a full UK tour before supporting R.E.M. on their August stadium tour.
18th Norwich, UEA
20th Lincoin, Engine Shed
22nd Liverpool, Liverpool Academy
23rd Glasgow, Barrowlands
24th Dundee, Fat Sams
26th Leeds, Metropolitan University
27th Newcastle, Newcastle University
29th Bristol, Bristol Academy
30th Southampton, Guildhall
31st Brighton, Dome
2nd Coventry, Kasbah
3rd Nottingham, Rock City
4th London, Forum
6th Tonbridge, Hop Farm
AUGUST (Supporting R.E.M.)
24th Manchester Old Trafford Cricket Ground
25th Cardiff, Millennium Stadium
27th Southampton, Rosebowl
30th Twickenham Stadium
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