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Wire - Joust & Jostle flac album

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Performer: Wire
Title: Joust & Jostle
Released: 2017
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.5 ✦
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Wire is the self-titled fourteenth studio album by British post-punk band Wire. It was released on 13 April 2015. The material on the album is a combination of songs which were written and performed live on tour preceding the recording and material written by Colin Newman just prior to entering the studio. The band chose eleven songs out of nineteen they’d been preparing, and Newman has stated that the band will issue the remaining material i. second release, probably early next year.

Wire: "Joust & Jostle" (via SoundCloud). Wire have announced a new self-titled album due out April 21 via Pinkflag. It's the followup to 2013's Change Becomes Us and last year's reissue of the live album Document and Eyewitness, and comes with a new single called "Joust & Jostle", which you can stream above. The band has also announced a tour. Check out the dates and tracklist below.

Joust & Jostle Lyrics. The joust and jostle Cooking, rolling Bingo bombing Off the wall plane The reason that you're late I don't speak to them Winding up they, smell defeat Crumble dice games To the Ice climb dancing Dancing shoes on Whistle for love song Game is on the move In a place in which We belong. The Flying Dutchman Touches land, he

The track titled Joust & Jostle from the record can be heard below and they’ll take to the road across the UK the same month to promote their new material. Included in the live run is another round of their Drill festivals, this time taking place at the Lexington, London on April 14-18. It’s their fourth headlining festival they’ve organised after previous set in London along with dates in Seattle and Brighton. Artists joining the bill will be announced in due course.

Wire have announced their 14th studio album, the self-titled Wire. The album is released via pinkflag on April 13 and is preceded by the single 'Joust & Jostle'. I had this idea that I wanted to avoid things that had a particular kind of tradition," said singer and guitarist Colin Newman. I thought the three-chord trick was too simplistic and that the one-chord trick would be better. Or the two-chord trick where the second chord is definitely not the right chord. Newman is joined in the current lineup by fellow founding members Graham Lewis and Robert Grey.

1. Blogging 2. Shifting 3. Burning Bridges 4. In Manchester 5. High 6. Sleep-Walking 7. Joust & Jostle 8. Swallow 9. Split Your Ends 10. Octopus 11. Harpooned. com) 20 – Southampton, Engine Rooms 21 – Ramsgate, Music Hall 22 – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms 23 – Liverpool, Kazimer 24 – Hebden Bridge, Trades Club 26 – Aberdeen, Lemon Tree 27 – Glasgow, King Tuts 28 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club 29 – Manchester, Club Academy 30 – Bristol, Fleece. On The Rise: Erin Durant.

New LP due for release April 13. Wire have revealed they are to release a new self-titled album. Marking the announcement, the veteran post-punk band have released a first song from the record, title ‘Joust & Jostle’. Wire’ is due to be released on April 13 via Pink Flag. The new album will comprise of material that has featured in the band’s most recent live shows, as well as songs that frontman Colin Newman introduced to the group just prior to recording, which took place at Rockfield Studios near Monmouth

Wire, the sparse and fearsome British postpunk heroes, are on a very, very short list of important and influential bands who are still making music that can hang with their early material. The band has stayed plenty active in recent years, and if you listen to any of their records from the past decade or so, you will hear a band who knows the value of hypnotic repetition, of slash-and-burn guitar riffs, and of general ferocity.

Tracklist

1 Joust & Jostle 2:12

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Pinkflag – PF22S

Notes

1 track promo single in plastic wallet with info sticker. From album Wire.