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Polly Scattergood tours to promote new album

The Kate Bush for the 2010's meets the British public:

30 Mar 2009 NIKA @ Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, London
11 Apr 2009 Lancaster Music Library, Lancaster
12 Apr 2009 Captain's Rest, Glasgow
13 Apr 2009 Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh
14 Apr 2009 Night & Day, Manchester
15 Apr 2009 Cargo, London
17 Apr 2009 Glee Club, Birmingham
18 Apr 2009 Oxford 02 Academy 3, Oxford
19 Apr 2009 Talking Heads, Southampton
21 Apr 2009 Crawdaddy, Dublin
2 May 2009 Live at Leeds, Leeds

Polly Scattergood - Debut album
Polly Scattergood album - 9th March 2009

Polly Scattergood releases her eponymous debut album on 9th March 2009. Already garnering critical attention for her debut single Nitrogen Pink, Polly Scattergood looks set to be a bright new star in 2009.

Born and raised just outside of Colchester, this 21 year old began concocting her bittersweet brew 10 years ago when, aged 11, she found a guitar under the stairs in her parent’s house. Built around fractious yet pretty guitar and piano (she plays Stylophone and accordion, too), Polly Scattergood's peculiar talent conjures up a looking glass world where nothing is quite how it first appears to be.

More creative than a person has a right to be, Polly writes brilliantly unsettling odd pop and will soon unveil a live show that is as arresting and powerful as her recordings, expect more revelations from this extraordinary young artist.

Produced by Simon Fisher Turner and featuring the recent single, Other Too Endless, Polly Scattergood is released on Mute on 9th March 2009.

Album tracklisting:

1. I Hate The Way
2. Other Too Endless
3. Untitled 27
4. Please Don’t Touch
5. I Am Strong
6. Unforgiving Arms
7. Poem Song
8. Bunny Club
9. Nitrogen Pink
10. Breathe In Breathe Out

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