Chrysalis Records Releasing Classic Cockney Rebel Albums
We are very pleased to be working with the catalogues of Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel. Soon we’ll be releasing Vinyl and CD editions of ‘The Human Menagerie‘ and ‘The Psychomodo‘, two classic Cockney Rebel albums produced from the original production masters from 1973/74. Pre-order via Pledge Music.
The Creative & Cultural Skills Awards 2018
At Blue Raincoat Music / Chrysalis Records we are delighted to be supporting the Apprentice of the Year at the Creative & Cultural Skills Awards 2018, giving us the chance to acknowledge the fantastic contribution apprentices are making to our industry. Come April 16, bursaries will be awarded to three top apprentices, as part of our initiative to widen opportunities to the most diverse pool of talent. Read more here.
Malena Zavala Releases ‘A Vision That’s Changed’
Taken from her forthcoming ‘Aliso’ LP, Malena Zavala’s latest single, ‘A Vision That’s Changed’ is out now. Giving us further glimpses into her debut album, it joins singles: ‘If It Goes’, ‘Should I Try’ and ’Could You Stay’. Championed by music blogs The Line Of Best Fit, Stereogum,‘A Vision That’s Changed’ has claimed the top spot over on Hypemachine.
AKA George Signing
Blue Raincoat Songs are pleased to welcome AKA George to the family. The ‘Stone Cold Classic’ singer has signed a publishing deal with us, marking our first signing of 2018. George released his first collection of songs ‘First Friday’ last year and his latest single ‘Manic Machine’ is out now.
Archie Hamilton Announces New Arkityp Release With Rossko
Paul Rudd & Jimmy Fallon Do ‘King Of Wishful Thinking’ by Go West
Jimmy Fallon has recreated Go West’s ‘King Of Wishful Thinking’ music video in a sketch for The Tonight Show, alongside Paul Rudd. The pair filmed a shot-for-shot remake with Fallon playing guitarist and vocalist Richard Drummie, whilst Rudd played lead singer Peter Cox. Watch the original and the remake here.
Let’s Eat Grandma Return With ‘Hot Pink’ And Announce New Live Show
Following on from the success of their debut album, ‘I’, Gemini’, Let’s Eat Grandma have returned with a game-changing new single, “Hot Pink”, out now via Transgressive Records. The band had the following to say about the new track:
“Hot Pink” is about the misconceptions of femininity and masculinity and the power of embracing both of them. It’s about self-expression and appreciation for an underrated colour.”
Let’s Eat Grandma have also announced a new headline date at Lightbox in London on March 8, where the duo will showcase their new live show. Tickets are available here. Listen to the single below.
Archie Hamilton Signing
A big welcome to Archie Hamilton who joins Blue Raincoat Artists and Spar-ks for management & bookings. Having played some of the best clubs worldwide & releasing on imprints such as FUSE and his own Moscow Records, Archie has made a name for himself as one of the underground’s most sought after acts.