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Music news round-up: Weds 14th August

All About Eve's Julianne Regan has re-recorded their Top Ten hit 'Martha's Harbour' to raise funds for the families of the Bolger Brothers, three Irish fishermen who lost their lives to the sea in June of this year. The new version is available as a download from Bandcamp and as part of a 20-song double CD, Songs For The Rivermen.

Crystal Stilts release their new album Nature Noir on 16th September via Sacred Bones Records.

They play:

23-Nov - Green Door Store, Brighton
24-Nov - Liverpool Psychfest party, Liverpool
25-Nov - Mono, Glasgow
26-Nov - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
27-Nov - The Exchange, Bristol
28-Nov - Cargo, London

Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter Dave Hause will be touring the UK and Europe this Winter in support of his new album, Devour. UK dates are as follows:

November -

13th Dublin, Ireland, Academy 2
14th Belfast, Ireland, McHughs
15th Glasgow, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
16th Manchester, Deaf Institute
17th Brighton, The Green Door Store

December -

6th London, The Garage
7th Nottingham, Bodega Social Club
8th Newcastle, The Cluny

James Blunt will release his fourth studio album Moon Landing through Atlantic Records on October 21. The album is produced by Tom Rothrock (Beck, Moby, Foo Fighters), who worked with James on his multi-platinum selling debut Back To Bedlam, and Martin Terefe (KT Tunstall, Martha Wainwright, Jason Mraz).

Matt Goss returns with a new album Life You Imagined on 7th October.

Cardiff-based noisepop five-piece Joanna Gruesome will be releasing their debut album Weird Sister via Fortuna POP! (Europe) and Slumberland (USA) in September. The band will be playing their next gig at the Art is Hard All Dayer at the Victoria in Dalston on 31 August.

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