Pressure On You
Single out 7th Nov on Nude Records
Leeds based 5 piece, Duels, release their second single, Pressure On You, through Nude Records on Monday November 7th 2005. The Jim Abiss-produced track follows their debut release, Potential Futures, which was released in August to critical acclaim on Transgressive Records.
Pressure On You will be released on CD (VVR5035533) and 7" (VVR5035537). Both formats will include exclusive tracks. The CD will include Things & Idiot. The 7" will feature Impossible To Deal With.
The band have also announced a headline UK tour throughout October. The full list of dates are as follows:
13th Manchester Music Box
14th Bradford Illuminate Festival
15th Plymouth University
17th Bristol Louisiana
18th Cardiff Barfly
21st London Electrowerkz
22nd York Fibbers
23rd Liverpool Bar Academy
25th Nottingham Social
27th Glasgow King Tuts
28th Darlington Club 2K
29th Middlesbrough Empire
30th Leeds Cockpit
2nd Exeter Cavern
3rd Wrexham Central Station
Formed just over 12 months ago, the band have already, whilst unsigned, had their demos championed on radio one by Zane Lowe. Additionally, Steve Lamaq on BBC 6 Music proclaimed the ensemble his 'new favourite band'.
Signing to Nude Records (the label's first signing since it's re-emergence) in the summer of '05, the band soon picked up a number of glowing reviews as well as a burgeoning fan base via a sold out UK headline tour in July. The bands debut single on Transgressive Records (also home to early releases by Bloc Party, Mystery Jets and The Subways) was also the labels fastest selling release.
The band are set to enter the studio before the end of the year to start work on their as yet untitled debut album which should be released in the early part 2006.
Jon (vocals), Jim (guitars), Katherine (keyboards), Jon (bass) and Tim (drums).
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