Stooshe Release Of Self-titled Debut Album To Be Delayed Until March 2013

15 Nov 2012
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Stooshe Release Of Self-titled Debut Album To Be Delayed Until March 2013

Stooshe Release Of Self-titled Debut Album To Be Delayed Until March 2013

creativity which has seen them write some of the best songs of their career, Stooshe have decided to delay the release of their debut album until March 2013 so they have time to record these songs for inclusion on the album. The trio are eager to ensure that the album lives up to its full potential and this extra time will allow Stooshe to make the final product as perfect as it can be. 

Stooshe stated: "We finished the songs for this album a couple of months ago, but we've recently written a couple of new songs which we think are too good to leave off. We'll be going back into the studio soon to record them. We're sorry to everyone who wanted the album in time for Christmas, but we promise that it'll be worth the wait when it comes!" 

In the meantime, Stooshe will thank their fans for their patience by offering an early Christmas present in the shape of the previously unreleased track 'Ain't No Other Me' which will be free to download from November 26th. 

Stooshe's debut UK tour which commences next month will continue as originally scheduled. Recently seen on tour with Nicki Minaj and Jennifer Lopez, as well as at a selection of major summer festivals, Stooshe are poised to play the following dates: 

December 

11th - Birmingham, HMV Institute, Library 

12th - Glasgow, Oran Mor 

13th - Manchester, Academy 3 

16th - Oxford, O2 Academy 2 

17th - Brighton, Concorde 2 

18th - London, Scala 

With Top 5 hits in the shape of 'Love Me' and the Gold-certified 'Black Heart', which has sold over 430,000 copies and spent sixteen weeks in the Top 40, Stooshe are firmly established as one of music's hottest new artists and the biggest rising girl band around. 

The success of these two singles means that Stooshe - also nominated for Best Newcomer at the MOBOs - have sold more single downloads than any of the artists who were nominated for the BBC Sound of 2012 or MTV's Next Big Thing - including Lana Del Rey.




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