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New Alfie single A Word In Your Ear
“We are a punk band. Why? We do exactly what we want. We don’t sound like anyone else” Lee Gorton Mancunian rockers alfie release their new album A Word In Your Ear on March 25.

It comes hot on the heels of their identically titled single, which was released March 4, and coincides with the band's new UK tour.

It’s been a busy time behind the scenes in the world of alfie, but those purveyors of Chorlton sunshine have come to fill the niche in your spring market. A Word In Your Ear offers up ten brand new numbers for your personal enjoyment, including live favourites Bends For 72 Miles and Cloudy Lemonade, as well as Reverse Midas Touch which was premiered on the flipside of You Make No Bones last year.

This is the music of England’s West Coast and a five-part harmony never sounded so sweet. Unsurprisingly, singer Lee sums up alfie best: “We’ve been labelled everything from baggy to folk to psychedelia. I don’t think anyone has got it spot on yet”.

And with “A Word In Your Ear”, you’re gonna have to try ever harder...

alfie are:

Lee Gorton (vocals)
Ian Smith (guitar)
Sam Morris (bass)
Sean Kelly (drums)
Matt McGeever (cello)

UK March Tour dates:

23 Sheffield Leadmill (0845 300 4050)
24 Manchester Ritz (0161 832 1111)
25 Glasgow School Of Art (0141 832 1111)
26 Northampton Powerhaus
27 London Scala (020 7771 2000)

New Alfie single A Word In Your Ear @
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