et invité spécial / and special guest
vendredi 26 juin / Friday June 26th @ La Tulipe – 4530 Papineau
20.00$ + f.s. à l’avance et à la porte
Portes: 19h / Spectacle: 20h
Billets en vente maintenant à La Tulipe / Le National, sur le réseau Admission(514.790.1245 / 1.800.361.4595),
et chez Atom Heart, Cheap Thrills et l’Oblique.
Tickets on sale now at the La Tulipe / Le National box offices, all Admission outlets(514.790.1245 / 1.800.361.4595),
and at Atom Heart, Cheap Thrills and l’Oblique.
With John Peel as an early champion, Glasgow’s Camera Obscura are fondly regarded by many as one of the UK’s finest acts; having built up over the years a dedicated following with must-have records and tours throughout Europe, USA, Mexico, Australia and South East Asia. Their last album, Let’s Get Out Of This Country (2006), was to prove pivotal for the band, taking them out of the shadows and to long-deserved new heights. “You might not find heartache as enchanting as this anywhere else,” stated All Music Guide in a familiar glowing review.
Nearly three years on from that release and Camera Obscura are ready to release the follow-up, My Maudlin Career; their first for their new label (the legendary indie, 4AD) and fourth overall. After his successful touches on their last record, they returned to Sweden to work again with Swedish producer Jari Haapalainen (Ed Harcourt, Peter, Bjorn & John, The Concretes). His wonderful understanding with the band continues to flourish, again fully realising not just the potential of Tracyanne Campbell’s songs and remarkable voice, but also the ensemble musicianship of the group as a whole.
Camera Obscura announce the forthcoming album release of, My Maudlin Career, on April 21st, 2009.
The premier single release from My Maudlin Career is French Navy, currently being streamed on the band’s website and myspace.
It is also being gifted as a free download for those who sign up to the band's new mailing list at www.camera-obscura.net