Fresh from a series of recent headline shows, Trampolene continue their working relationship with producer Josh Green at North London's renowned studio Konk - regularly witnessing the band utilizing unused studio time to record.
'Alcohol Kiss,' recorded live earlier this year with Josh at the helm and mixed by Cenzo Townsend (The Horrors, The Vaccines et al), has long been a live highlight and encapsulates the dynamics of the band and their evolution since their debut in August last year.
Released as a limited edition 7" single b/w 'Camden Mannequins' & 'Pack Of Bastards' and complemented by the unique six track digital 'Pocket Album' - 'Alcohol Kiss' will be aired when the band play selected shows through April and May as follows:
April 4th Manchester Band on the Wall http://bandonthewall.org/events/4355/
May 3rd St Albans The Horn www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/111793
May 4th Middlesbrough Sumday Festival (Westgarth Social Club)
Meanwhile, the 'Pocket Album' will comprise of the three single tracks, augmented by a further three and will be available via iTunes.
1 - 'Alcohol Kiss'
2 - 'Camden Mannequins'
3 - 'Pack Of Bastards'
4 - 'Foolish & Hungry
5 - 'Red Sky Sings'
6 - 'Artwork Of Youth
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