Thanks again for the ongoing support for ‘The Agency…’ from Nick Roberts on BBC Introducing.
New track ‘Fast’ was played on Saturday night amongst some great North East based artists including Lux Lisbon, Bridie Jackson and The Arbour (live in session), and Lulu James (to name but a few).
… It’s a song about political corruption and imagines the voices of the angels and the devils talking to the next bright young thing in the political world. They’re making a video for it too…
You can check out the show here.
Also, don’t forget that the new album ‘Of Ghosts’ is available to pre-order from Bandcamp. If you get it now there are two immediate downloads from the album, ‘Fast’ and ‘Child So Careless’. All for £7!
We are practically giving it away…;)
Love and Peace
‘The Agency…’ are playing in Belfast on Saturday? Oh Yeah!
The big news this week is that The Agency… are making their first appearance in Belfast and will be playing the world famous Oh Yeah Centre on Saturday 10 May. The band are appearing alongside some of Northern Ireland’s finest with singer/songwriter Gemma Bradley, rockers the Thieves of Ennui and indie folksters Hillspeak. If you’re around we strongly suggest you get yourselves down to the Oh Yeah, it’s going to be a fantastic night.
Check out the Facebook events page here.
Love and Peace
Album Pre-Order and Immediate Download
The run up to the release of #OfGhosts is already proving eventful for the Agency… and Pre-orders of the album are now available on bandcamp. The band have now released ‘Fast’ alongside ‘Child So Careless’ available as an immediate download for anyone placing an advanced order in any format. We’ve just heard that ‘Fast’ has already been added to the 6 ‘til 6 playlist on Sunderland’s Spark FM. So, huge thanks to the Local Music Show for that!
No Country For Alt Men
Also, last weekend the lads appeared on Graeme Fenwick’s The Record’s Bureau on Radio Hive. They played a couple of tracks from the forthcoming album, namely ‘She’ and ‘Border Song’, and Graeme also managed to give them a bit of a grilling. This lead to some pretty interesting revelations, particularly from bassist Andy Ludbrook, who talked about his time as the mayor of the small Mexican border town, Gunga Chunga. First imprisoned and then forced into exile, it was Andy’s love of Gabba that was to be his ultimate downfall. You can catch up with the show here..
Peace and love