Stagecoach return to Alcopop! Records to release ’56k Dial-Up’ – the first taste of new material from the band’s debut album due later this year. Produced by Dom James (Johnny Foreigner, Calories), it is backed with a remix of old favourite ‘Hang That Head’ by Bobby Shoop Shoop.
The one-off single is limited to just 100 copies on jelly green, hand-numbered cassette and will be available April 21st at a selection of Coach’s favourite stores – Banquet, Truck (Oxford) and Rise Records. An album is in the works, and this should provide just a nice little taster.
“I’m completely addicted to Stagecoach” HUW STEPHENS, RADIO 1
“Splendidly quirky trash-pop anthems” KERRANG
“Louder than hell” NME
“Awesome, witty indie-rock tunes, masses of pop hooks and dance-inducing melodies. Deeply exciting” ROCKSOUND
May 9 – The Garage, London w/ Tellison
May 11 – The Great Escape, Brighton w/ Johnny Foreigner and Tall Ships
New Stagecoach record store day single (on jelly green tape) [News]March 31, 2012
STAGECOACH ANNOUNCE RECORD STORE DAY RELEASE (on a jelly green tape)