ATP Recordings are pleased to announce the release of the second single (double A-side) from Tennis' fantastically received second album 'Young & Old'. The release will be on 7" vinyl picture disc limited to 500 copies (cat no. ATPRSP17), as well as digital download (cat no. ATPRSP17D). To coincide with the single out on May 28th, Tennis will be playing some new UK and European tour dates this May and June, see below for listing.
Both the 7" and digital release will be backed with a new version of My Better Self exclusively recorded for the single, and the band's recently recorded cover of Tell Her No (originally by The Zombies). The Digital single will be available from iTunes and also contains the other recently recorded covers; Tears in the Typing Pool (originally by Broadcast) and Is It True?(originally by Brenda Lee).
The single follows the February release of the first single, Origins, issued as 214 rubber stamped pages of an old library copy of the 1st edition of 'We Have always lived in the Castle' the Shirley Jackson book the video for the b-side Deep in the Woods is based on.
The band will play a run of dates in Europe this May, including a performance at ATP's IBYM at Alexandra Palace this May.
23/05 Jericho Tavern - Oxford, UK 24/05 Stereo - Glasgow, UK 25/05 Soup Kitchen - Manchester, UK 27/05 I'll Be Your Mirror festival - Alexandra Palace, London, UK 28/05 Blind Tiger Club - Brighton, UK
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