As they prepare for the release of their new album 'Feel Something', due for release of Monday 29th September via Marshall Teller Records,
To mark the release of 'Feel Something' the band will embark on an extensive UK Tour in October proceeded by two in-store shows at Rough Trade East in London on the 29th of September and then at Rise Records in Bristol on the following day. Those dates below.
Monday 29th September - LONDON, Rough Trade In-Store
Tuesday 30th September - BRISTOL, Rise Records In-Store
Monday 6th October - MANCHESTER, Gulliver's
Tuesday 7th October - GLASGOW, King Tut's
Wednesday 8th October - LEEDS, Oporto
Thursday 9th October - BIRMINGHAM, Alfie Birds
Friday 10th October - BRIGHTON, Bleach
Saturday 11th October - BRISTOL, Louisiana
Sunday 12th October - SOUTHAMPTON, Joiners
Monday 13th October - EXETER, The Cavern
Wednesday 15th October - LONDON, The Lexington
'Feel Something', the follow up to last year's 'Out Of View' debut, features ten brand new tracks and was recorded over the last few months at Sublime Studios in London. Like it's predecessor, the album was again produced and engineered by the band's Jerome Watson with additional engineering by Joshua Third of The Horrors and Charles Reeves.
Formed three years ago, The History Of Apple Pie line up is centered around the songwriting partnership of Stephanie Min (Vocals) and Jerome Watson (Guitar) together with James Thomas (Drums), Aslam Ghauri (Guitar) and new recruit to the band Joanna Curwood (bass).
1. Come Undone
3. Keep Wondering
4. Special Girl
5. Jamais Vu
7. Dont You Wanna Be Mine?
8. Ordinary Boy
10 .Just Like This
BONUS TRACK LP only - Shake, featuring Gary Jarman, The Cribs
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