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August 24, 2016
by Stefan Meeuws
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Turin Brakes return to Dublin in January

It’s been a while, but Turin Brakes are headed for Irish shores come January 2017 (man, that sounds ages away!). The Button Factory in Dublin will be the venue, 25 January 2016 will be the date. The show is part of Tradfest 2017. Tickets are on sale now and cost EUR 19,99. Turin Brakes last visited Ireland in May 2014, so it’s good to see them flying out therewith a new set of songs (from Lost Property).

As of right now, this is the only show that has popped up online, but we’ll let you know if any more dates are added.

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August 24, 2016
by Stefan Meeuws
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Turin Brakes set for Australia return at Bluesfest 2017

Looks like Turin Brakes are heading back to Australian shores in April 2017. They are included in the first announcement for Bluesfest 2017, alongside artists Patti Smith, The Lumineers and Andrew Bird. The band will play on Sunday 16 April (although this could change at any point so please check before investing in tickets).

Tickets for the festival in Byron Bay are now on sale. They’re selling 5-day passes, 3-day-passes and 1-day-passes on their website. Presumably, there’ll be more TB shows down-under, which we’ll post as soon as we find out about them :).

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August 11, 2016
by Stefan Meeuws
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Summer Festival Press Round-Up

So the Turin Brakes bus keeps calling at all these festivals in the past few months, including Splendour, Belladrum, Glastonbury and many others. The band take a deserved festival break until 3 September (Together The People) and 3 other festival later that month. After that, it won’t be long until the tour bus calls at many cities during Autumn and early December, so this Lost Property era keeps on trucking on for the foreseeable future. And that’s obviously a good thing.

Here’s some press that popped up in the past few weeks. If you have anything to add (photos, videos, reviews or reports) from the recent shows, send them to Ether Site and we’ll put them online!

  • Splendour Interview with Rob Allum here for Nottingham Post.
  • Essential Turin Brakes top 10 by Nicola here for Toppermost.
  • Jump Start at Bristol Zoo (clip).
  • Talking To Surrey Interview with Rob Allum here (The Guide 2 Surrey).
  • Cool ‘Noise Reel’-interview with Eddie Myer embedded below (from 4.30 minutes – he talks about the videos and his history with the band as well).
  • Photos by Michael Buttersworth here.
  • Turin Brakes photos on Instagram, follow TB here.
  • Listen again to Turin Brakes at Glastonbury 2003 here.

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July 10, 2016
by Stefan Meeuws
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Listen again: Turin Brakes special on BFBS Radio

Turin Brakes join Amy Casey on BFBS Radio for an hour’s worth of interview and session and it’s excellent. The guys talk in detail about their career – especially Optimist and Ether Song era, the music they listened to growing up, their manager, 9/11 and their cancelled US tour and much much more. I was actually disappointed when they skipped from Ether Song to Lost Property in the interview, because I wanted to hear about the rest of it in detail as well!

Also, the guys play a lovely acoustic session that sounds really old-school for some reason. It includes tunes like Mind Over Money, Painkiller, Keep Me Around and Jump Start. It’s good people.

Go to this page and click on the player with “Weekend Breakfast Saturday – Part 4” below it. Flash player is required.

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July 9, 2016
by Stefan Meeuws
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WIN! Support slot for Turin Brakes at Bristol Zoo

Win a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play the opening set for Turin Brakes at Bristol Zoo Gardens this summer.

Turin Brakes are one of the most prestigious indie bands to come out of the last decade, having sold over 1 million records worldwide. They will be here at Bristol Zoo, playing our evening event on Saturday 30th July. It is expected to sell out, so this is your chance to play a 30 minute set in front of up to 1,000 people! Enter the competition for a chance to win this really exciting and unique prize… You can upload your song this weekend here. The deadline is this Monday!

If you just wanna attend this gig on the 30th of July, go here to buy tickets.

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July 5, 2016
by Stefan Meeuws
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Turin Brakes Fling press round-up

Turin Brakes played the Fling Festival last weekend. Here are some press links related to it:

 

 

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June 22, 2016
by Stefan Meeuws
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[VIDEO] Watch the ‘Jump Start’ Video

Acoustic Magazine just premiered the new Jump Start video. It’s a performance video with an animated twist to it, made once again by Munk Studios.

Taken from the critically acclaimed Lost Property, ‘Jump Start’ is billed as being ‘wistfully uplifting’, we can’t wait to hear Gale Paridjanian, Olly Knights and the boys rock Olympia London with their latest hit.

What do you think? Let us know in the comments!

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June 17, 2016
by Stefan Meeuws
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Turin Brakes on ITV weekend tomorrow (+ Press Round-Up)

Turin Brakes will perform on ITV weekend tomorrow morning. The chat show is hosted by Aled Jones and also features actor Warwick Davis and TV presenter Adam Henson. Turin Brakes will perform live in the studio, presumably new single Jump Start. This is Turin Brakes second foray in weekend daytime television land this year, having performed on Sunday Brunch earlier.

If you cannot wait till tomorrow morning, check out Turin Brakes on Live With Turin Brakes for Vintage TV. TB perform 96, Keep Me Around, Jump Start in part 1, the second part has Save You, Black Rabbit and Underdog (Save Me). Nice!

Also keep an eye on Sky Arts if that is in your fancy tv subscription thing. Because they’re broadcasting highlights of the Isle of Wight festival on Saturday and Sunday night from 10 PM. Turin Brakes should be featured. Speaking of which, here’s an interview and video from the Isle of Wight, courtesy of Absolute Radio:

Also, Turin Brakes joke about clashing with Adele at Glastonbury here. Guess who they think people should come see? Hint: it is not Adele.

Finally, for this round-up. Here’s a live session of Jump Start and Painkiller for BBC London, about two hours and eight minutes in.

 

 

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June 17, 2016
by Stefan Meeuws
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Jump Start playlisted on BBC Radio 2

The third single from Lost PropertyJump Start, has been playlisted on BBC Radio 2 on the C-list. This means it will be played frequently during the next week. Hurrah! The single itself is destined for a release on 8 July (whatever a release means these days), which means we’ll see the appear video sometime in the next two weeks, possibly on that very date.

Jump Start is the third song from Lost Property to get playlisted on BBC Radio 2. As previously reported, the single version features some extra guitar parts in the verses, which make it sound even nicer than it does on the album.

Turin Brakes make it 3 in a row with the new single 'Jump Start', new to the BBC Radio2 playlist this week. 😀

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Effenaar gig

June 17, 2016
by Stefan Meeuws
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Turin Brakes add Eindhoven show to October EU dates

Turin Brakes have added a show at the Effenaar in Eindhoven on 15 October. This date follows Homegrown Festival show in Bury on 13 October, the Amsterdam show on the 14th and precedes the first Paris show in over ten years on the 16th of October.

The show is presented by the very well-respected Naked Song festival (which is held later this month), where well-known songwriters come to play often intimate solo performances. This year’s line-up features Damien Jurado, Sun Kil Moon and Max Jury, the songwriter on the rise who has worked with Turin Brakes on yet-to-be-released material.

Anyway, tickets (15 euros + things) and details (starts at 20:00 hours) here. Turin Brakes last played the Effenaar in 2010. That was awesome. This should be too!