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PostPosted: Thu Nov 12, 2009 6:46 pm 
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Tindersticks' Announce Their 8th Studio Album, "Falling Down A Mountain"

Tindersticks 8th studio album, "Falling Down A Mountain", will be released in Europe on 25 January (on 4AD www.4ad.com/tindersticks) with a North American release following 16 February (on Constellation www.cstrecords.com/releases/cst065 / www.cstrecords.com/bands/tindersticks

). A brand new song will be available at some point today from the band's myspace site (www.myspace.com/tindersticksofficial) - if you haven't got it already from somewhere else!

Tindersticks on the making of Falling Down A Mountain

Our last album, The Hungry Saw, was our first in five years. We didn’t really know what to expect on its release; we had just six concerts booked, and everyone was a little nervous…

That was April 2008. The success of those concerts, including the Royal Festival Hall in London and the Folies Bergere in Paris, took us all by surprise and led to seventy more shows in Europe and the US - ending with a beautiful summer’s evening headlining The Serpentine Sessions in Hyde Park in July of 2010.

In our ‘downtime’, we have scored 2 film soundtracks for Claire Denis: the much loved and critically acclaimed 35 Shots Of Rum and, due for release in the new year, White Material, which stars Isabelle Huppert. Somewhere during that time, we were also commissioned to create the music for the Louis Vuitton summer collection in Paris.

From those nervous beginnings a new unity and sense of direction grew. Where once our touring days were spent hanging around, killing time, now we found ourselves cobbling together acoustic rehearsals for new ideas in dressing rooms and venue corridors. There was a growing need to explore and we quickly started working in the studio.

Very soon this work became Falling Down A Mountain, our eighth studio album. Recorded at the band’s own Le Chien Chanceux studio in rural France and at ICP in Brussels between May and July 2009 and mixed at Le Chien’ in September and October.

With hindsight, The Hungry Saw now seems like an album made within the confines of what we knew; in making Falling Down A Mountain those boundaries became irrelevant.

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Download the track that is streaming on their My Space from here

http://pitchfork.com/news/37090-tinders ... new-album/

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* Code: CST065
* Band: TINDERSTICKS
* Title: Falliing Down A Mountain
* Formats: Deluxe 180g LP / CD / MP3 Poster
* Release Date: January 25, 2010 (Europe),
February 16, 2010 (rest of world)
* Duration: 44:25

Tracklist

1. Falling Down A Mountain
2. Keep You Beautiful
3. Harmony Around My Table
4. Peanuts
5. She Rode Me Down
6. Hubbards Hills
7. Black Smoke
8. No Place So Alone
9. Factory Girls
10. Piano Music

Personnel

Stuart A. Staples: voice, guitar
David Boulter: keyboards, percussion
Neil Fraser: guitar
Dan McKinna: bass, vocals
Terry Edwards: trumpet
Earl Harvin: drums
David Kitt: guitar, vocals


Guests

Mary Margaret O’Hara: vocals
Andy Nice: cello
Joanne Fraser: flute
Louison Renault: xylophone, percussion
Stephane Colin: string arrangements

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so have the tindersticks got a new album coming out? :eh?

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Yes, and I for one am very excited about that. :D

Ps, Dave - it's not "the tindersticks"...it's just "tindersticks" :wink:

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Gig at Shepherds Bush Empire 24 March - tickets on sale this Monday.

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Edinburgh Queens Hall 22 March
Manchester Cathedral 23 March

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I will be in London, but I am hoping for a gig in the Town hall or the symphony hall here in B'ham.


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Loving the album


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It's pretty good. I hadn't liked the free track they gave on My Space, but once heard in it's place on the album it sounds much better.

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It's been getting very favourable reviews. It's a grower - my current favourites are the title track and Keep You Beautiful.

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I love the title track, I love Terry Edwards touch. The albums as a whole is great.


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And only a few reviews mention Vic Reeves :D

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In Session with Mark Riley BBC6 1 February

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There's some pretty good videos on You Tube from their 1008 Sudoeste gigs - only put on this week.

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