THE SPIVS-FEST

 THEE SPIVS

Announce SPIV FEST!
17 August 2013
The Lexington – London

Playing live…

THEE SPIVS
KING SALAMI AND THE CUMBERLAND 3
THE LOVE TRIANGLE
THE NEASDEN BEES

Doors at 8pm, first band on at 9pm
DJs spinning ROCK & ROLL / GARAGE / PUNK til 4am.

Tickets are £8 in advance from https://www.wegottickets.com/event/225153
Or £9 on the door.



Thee Spivs are putting on a fun-packed all dayer show that they’re calling Spiv Fest to celebrate the release of their new album  The Crowds and The Sounds (Damaged Goods 24 June) featuring friends and fans and a lot of good old rock’n’roll!

With the new album they’ve honed their canny blend of trad punk, garage punk, post punk, new wave, classic English rock’n’roll and pub rock to create a magnifi- cently varied album. Dare we say, these young men have matured, with Ben Edge proving his worth as an accomplished songwriter. Drawing from a more diverse array of influences, Thee Spivs have lapped up and reimagined sounds from bands such as The Television Personalities, The Ramones and early Wire.
 

 

 

The Crowds And The Sounds LP/CD/DL is due out on 24 June


Straight Out of Art School / Here and Now – 7"/DL – Out 8 July on Damaged Goods
 
 
WATCH! this video ad and listen to ‘Straight Out of Art School’ here (FEEL FREE TO POST!)
http://youtu.be/5p6rOnszg1g
LISTEN! here via Soundcloud
https://soundcloud.com/damaged-goods/05-straight-out-of-art-school/s-aM4h2

LIVE
29 June – Album launch party at The Half Moon in Putney – http://www.halfmoon.co.uk/event/736
17 August – The Lexington – London – Spiv Fest

The new album is a natural progression from their critically acclaimed debut ‘Taped Up’ (which landed the band an early Mojo Rising feature and a Guardian New Band of the Day piece as well as praise in The Sunday Times and Artrocker) and last year’s ‘Black and White Memories’ (with reviews including Q, Uncut and BBC). ‘The Crowds and The Sounds’ is instantly more melodic and you can see additional influences from the very British qualities of The Kinks. The songs are slowed down and slightly longer in length, with a lot more thought and work in to each one than the furiously fast, punchy numbers from their early records.

The first single from the album is called "Straight Out Of Art School" and it’s backed with an exclusive b-side called ‘HERE AND NOW’, Thee Spivs will also be releasing a limited German 7” on SQUOOGE records which is another track from the new album called ‘Mickey Pearce Walked Away’.
 
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