The tour vlog of Sleave’s adventure to India starts today on their faceache page. You can keep an eye on their hi-jinks here: https://www.facebook.com/sleaveofficial/
The video for ‘Sound the alarm’, Sirens & Shelter’s new track about wanting to break away from the every-day routines, is streaming now on Engineer Records YouTube channel and has now sailed past 10,000 views. Go and check it out yourself: https://youtu.be/mmKuw2tRE5U
Engineer Records is proud to announce Lamp Light The Fire, Volume 3: A Compilation of Quiet(ER) Songs, arriving on March 13th, 2020.
Our third album in this series, which highlights musicians recording songs of lighter fare. Whether from a singer-songwriter or a full band ensemble, no blaring or thrashing songs will be found within…not that we’re opposed to that elsewhere! All but one track will be unique to this comp up until the release date, so get ready on March 13th for a first time listen to songs from these musicians.
We’ll be posting individual band features from Volume 3 in our social feeds, about twice a week up to and through the release, beginning tomorrow to raise awareness of the groups.
So, without further ado, allow us to introduce the bands (alphabetised, not in trackless order):
• The 65’s
• Atlanta Arrival
• Baby Did a Bad Thing
• Bear Away
• Jeff Caudill
• Graveyard Ghost Story
• Hail Taxi
• Holler and the Hand
• Old Currents
• Ben Parcell
• Rev. Kev and His One Ring Circus
• The Stayawakes
• JM Stevens
• That Dream Was Our Life
If you’d like to familiarise yourself with Volumes 1 (2012) & Volume 2 (2016), please do so now via http://www.engineerrecords.bandcamp.com as well as various digital outlets.
Vinyl sold out. last few double CDs left.
Thanks to Chris at Warrington Ska Punk for the pic post.
It’s adventure time for Sleave as they head out on tour again.
The band leave for India on January 23rd to promote their awesome new album ‘Don’t expect anything’ and won’t be back home until February 4th.
Sleave will be playing at three major festivals: Spring Fest, Alcheringa, and Unmaad, and each show will be a headlining set.
There will be exclusive merchandise (like this sweet shirt design by Kat McCrory below) and filming of the sets for a tour documentary too. It’s gonna rock.