A message from the band…
Before we get onto all the important and exciting stuff that’s happening in our world, we just wanted to say a quick hello and thank you to you all.
As some of you know, we have been hiding away for some time recording our as-yet-untitled debut album with Delays producer Justin Calloway in Southampton. Things are really taking shape and the album will include both new and old songs, plus more videos too.
Thanks to our new label, Human Recordings, the album will have national distribution and press, something we’ve not had with our previous single releases. We will still be booking our own shows (but with added help from the label) – we are happier to deal with things that way but at least now, come the album’s release, you will be album to purchase it in all major stores and (fingers crossed) we’ll be played more frequently in UK national radio (not just Peru and Italy!).
Anyway, to test some of the new material we will be touring in April. We hope to see some of you down the front.
On March 15th of this year, Scarlet Soho released the Isolation EP. The CD features three new tracks (Isolation, Tried, Tested & Failed and Useless). Here’s what the press said?
“Isolation is a blast from the futurists past, and hints that it might be the future again” (Logo Magazine)
“This freeze-dried electro-pop will make you want to dance” (Drowned In Sound)
“A fantastic pop tune, Depeche Mode done better” (Southscene)
Reviews and sales are still coming in thick and fast, of the 500 copies we had pressed, only 60 remain. The final few can be purchased from the following link:
April ’04 Gigs
- 15th – Joiners Arms, Southampton + Die So Fluid (ï¿½5)
- 20th – Paradise Bar (Pop of the Tops), South London (ï¿½3)
- 21st – *Secret gig* + Die So Fluid (Free gig)
- 22nd – Ale House, Salisbury +Die So Fluid (Free gig)
- 23rd – Club 85, Hitchin +Die So Fluid, Rachel Stamp, Shard (ï¿½6)
- 24th – Railway Inn, Winchester + King Adora (Tickets 01962 867795)
Book tickets through ticketmaster.co.uk