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The Artisans

by The Artisans

A finely crafted mix of C86 jangle, heartbreak and charm brought to you from the banks of the Tees and Tyne.
Genre: Pop: Jangle Pop
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1. Impossible
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2. A Week of Wednesdays
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3. The Saddest Kiss
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4. Yield to the Night
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5. Two Hits, Three Misses
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6. No Suspicious Circumstances
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7. However Much I Love You, I Love Lloyd Honeyghan More
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8. Heaven's Door
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9. Let's Pretend
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10. All at Sea
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11. When the Clock Strikes Seven
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12. The Ballad of Armley Jail
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A finely crafted mix of C86 jangle, heartbreak and charm brought to you from the banks of the Tees and Tyne.

Their songs, drenched in shimmering guitars and distinguished by bittersweet lyrics, have created quite a stir with numerous spins on BBC radio stations, great reviews and plays on some of the finest indie podcasts and dancefloors in town.

The album follows the release of two singles, the “ludicrously catchy” boxing hit “However Much I Love You, I Love Lloyd Honeyghan More”and the quirky transgender tale “The Ballad of Armley Jail”.

Early responses to the album tracks:
“I believe we already have a contender for best indiepop album of the year here.” Cloudberry Records

“Ludicrously catchy and danceable melodies, but what puts it over the edge is the band’s wonderfully quirky songwriting.” NARC magazine

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