New tour for Whales in Cubicles
whales in cubicles announce new album ‘Death in the Evening’ and new single ‘All the Pretty Flowers’,

Whales in Cubicles release ‘All the Pretty Flowers’, album details and UK tour

London based band ‘Whales in Cubicles’ (easily the best named band around at the moment) have announced the release of a new single ‘All the Pretty Flowers’, out on the 3rd February 2014. The single is taken from the forthcoming album ‘Death in the Evening’, recorded at legendary Monnow Valley Studio with producer Nick Mailing and mixed by Simon ‘Barny’ Barnicott (Peace, Kasabian, The Temper Trap, Placebo, Arctic Monkeys, Editors). The album is out 10th February 2014 on CLUB.THE.MAMMOTH.

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Since releasing the debut single ‘We Never Win’ in 2012, Whales in Cubicles have carved out a distinctive niche within the UK music scene. With strong support from The Fly, Q Magazine, The Independent, Artrocker, Clash and major attention from BBC Radio 1, BBC 6Music, XFM and Amazing Radio and of course us at GIGsoup they’re building up quite the momentum.

The track-listing for the album ‘Death in the Evening’ is as follows…

1.Yesterday’s News

2.We Never Win

3.All the Pretty Flowers

4.Golden Medal

5.Across America


7.Nowhere Flag

8.Wax & Feathers

9.I Knew It

10.Find Your Way

There is of course a promotional tour that coincides with the album release. The gig dates are…

28/01/2014 – Think Tank, Newcastle
29/01/2014 – Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
30/01/2014 – A Nation Of Shopkeepers, Leeds
01/02/2014 – Night & Day, Manchester
05/02/2014 – Cookie Jar, Leicester
06/02/2014 – Moles, Bath
07/02/2014 – The Prince Albert, Brighton
13/02/2014 – Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London
14/02/2014 – Sixty Million Postcards, Bournemouth
15/02/2014 – Start The Bus, Bristol
17/02/2014 – Joiners, Southampton


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