‘You’re Gonna Lose Us ‘ / ‘The Wrong Way To Be’
Released 5 December on Wichita Recordings
As the twilight of 2005 nears, The Cribs finish off in style with a new AA side single accompanied by their best video yet, hand in hand with some of their biggest shows to date and support from the States!
The brothers Jarman, whose album has just been unleashed over there, have been heralded as one of the best albums of the year in both Rolling Stone and Spin following sell out appearances at South By South
West and emerging as one of the success stories at the New York’s CMJ will also return for a series of headline dates at the end of November.
The new AA side single arrives on the back of the band’s successful foray into the Top 30 with their previous three singles this year, ‘You’re Gonna Lose Us’ is a non album track produced by Bernard Butler
and comes supported by ‘The Wrong Way To Be’, lifted from the band’s ‘The New Fellas’ album – featuring production duties from Edwyn Collins.
Meanwhile, the accompanying video has the band playing as if they were on The Word – infamous 90’s music programme – and features none other than lead presenter Terry Christian, who as a big fan of the band had
no hesitation in accepting the role.
The band who have just completed the Kaiser Chiefs/NME tour and have sold out their upcoming ULU show are pleased to announce three more shows prior to Christmas activities…
Get tickets from ticketmaster.co.uk
3 / 11 London ULU
7 / 12 London Mean Fiddler
8 / 12 Leeds Metropolitan University
10 / 12 Glasgow QMU
The single comes with various tracks across two 7″ singles and cd whilst the first 7″ will come with a limited box designed to hold all eight 7″ singles the band have released this year, the full track
7″ (Webb 097S) –
‘You’re Gonna Lose Us’ / ‘The Wrong Way To Be’ (live @ Reading ’05)
7″ (Webb 097SX) –
‘You’re Gonna Lose Us’ / ‘I Was Her Man But I Done Her Wrong’
CD (Webb 097SCD) –
‘You’re Gonna Lose Us’ / ‘The Wrong Way To Be’ / ‘Advice From A Roving Artist’*
* features on guest vocals – John from the now legendary Huggy Bear.