Another exceptional new group signed to Transgressive Publishing, Dry The River are a band we've been waiting for for some time. Inclusive, inspirational and utterly thrilling.
Dry the River's acoustic re-working of their debut album 'Shallow Bed' is out now. You can stream this fresh take on their stunning long player here, and order from iTunes here (for the bargain price of £4.99. If you haven't yet picked up their album proper you can order this with the acoustic re-working here.
Following their raucously brilliant live shows, culminating in a sold out
Shepherd's Bush Empire, Dry the River are bringing it all back home for
Christmas with a stunning acoustic re-working of their debut album "Shallow
Bed". A totally fresh take on the stunning songs that make up their debut
which shines new light on the songwriting genius of the group, and a must for
any of their fans.
You can pre-order from itunes here.
And download the original album here
One of the most anticipated debut albums of recent time from a band who have been changing lives with their irrepressible live shows with the likes of The Antlers, Bombay Bicycle Club and Johnny Flynn.
"Shallow Bed" is produced by Peter Katis (The National, Interpol) and is currently garnering rave reviews from the likes of Q Magazine, who stated that the "mix of fearlessness, craft and believability is irresistible ****".
Containing the singles "New Ceremony", "Weights and Measures", "No Rest" and "The Chambers and the Valves", as well as fan favourites such as "History Book" and "Bible Belt" as well as epic set closer "Lion's Den", this really is an essential soundtrack for the year, which will see the band headline Shepherd's Bush Empire this autumn and play a vast number of the summer festivals.
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Dry the River have announced details of the release of a debut album. Shallow Bed will be released through RCA Victor on Monday March 5th 2011.
The 11-track album was produced by Peter Katis (The National / Interpol) at his Connecticut home-studio during the summer of 2011.
"We were looking for someone who could strike a balance between lo-fi and hi-fi," says Peter Liddle, Dry the River's lead singer. "We wanted to record the bulk of it to tape, to use analogue stuff in favour of computer wizardry where possible, but without it sounding like an old folk record. I think we tried to preserve the fragility and honesty of the more stripped down tracks, but still get the intensity of the live show across too - to marry those two aspects of our music without it sounding incongruous."
Dry the River have announced details of the release of a new single. No Rest will be released through RCA on Monday July 4th. The single, to be released digitally, was produced by Peter Katis (The National / Interpol) and was taken from their debut album sessions.
After selling out their forthcoming London headline show at Bush Hall they have announced their next London headline show at The Scala on the 20th September, tickets are available here.Read More »
We warned you, but the essential debut from Dry the River has now sold out on 7"... you can buy the download for a limited time from here:
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