Steady As She Goes
Steady As She Goes is the new single from James Yorkston. The track is festured on his stunning third album, The Year Of the Leopard, like itÂ¹s predecessors Moving Up Country and Beyond The River, confounds categories once again. Though not without its shadows, this is YorkstonÂ¹s most optimistic and uplifting record.
If thereÂ¹s a traditional side to it, it is following the tradition of individual singer-songwriter albums which conjure and inhabit a genre which lasts just as long as the needleÂ¹s in the groove.
James will also tour in October, playing at least 19 dates across the UK with his band The Athletes. Details of the tour have just been announced and are as follows:
October 2006 UK Tour
Friday 6 Newcastle Cluny
Saturday 7 Stockton Georgian Theatre
Sunday 8 Leeds Faversham
Monday 9 Manchester Matt & Phreds
Wednesday 11 Bristol Trinity Arts
Thursday 12 Birmingham Glee Club - studio
Friday 13 Reading south street
Saturday 14 Norwich Arts Centre
Monday 16 Southampton Joiners
Tuesday 17 Cardiff Point
Wednesday 18 Nottingham
Thursday 19 Hull The Lamp
Saturday 21 Aberdeen Lemon Tree
Sunday 22 Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
Monday 23 Glasgow ABC2
Wednesday 25 Dundalk Spirit Store
Thursday 26 Galway Roisin Dubh - strange brew club
Friday 27 Cork Cypress Ave
Saturday 28 Dublin Sugar Club
Sunday 29 Belfast Auntie Annies
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