Duologue have announced details of their new single 'Push It', set for release on 21st Jan 2013 via Killing Moon records. This is the latest single to be taken from their forthcoming debut album 'Song & Dance' which will be released on 4th Feb 2013, co-produced by Jim Abbiss (Adele, Peace, Arctic Monkeys) and the band themselves. 'Push It' is the lynchpin on the record, its four-four dance beat and soaring strings gives structure to a hauntingly atmospheric six minutes of lyrical self-doubt.
Following the 'Song & Dance' album release, Duologue will tour the UK, playing a series of free shows with Post War Years as well as an album launch show at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen on 13th Feb. Full listings as follows:
Duologue live dates 2013
Tues 12th Feb - MANCHESTER, Soup Kitchen
Weds 13th Feb - LONDON, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen (Album Launch)
Sat 23rd Feb - READING, Oakford Social Club (free show with Post War Years)
Frid 1st Mar - PORTSMOUTH, The Registry (free show with Post War Years)
Sat 2nd Mar - BOURNEMOUTH, Sixty Million Postcards (free show Post War Years)
Weds 6th Mar - LEEDS, A Nation Of Shopkeepers (free show Post War Years)
Thurs 7th Mar - SHEFFIELD, Bungalow & Bears (free show Post War Years)
Fri 8th Mar - NOTTINGHAM, Spanky Van Dykes (free show Post War Years)
Sat 9th Mar - BRISTOL, Start The Bus (free show Post War Years)
The London based 5-piece began with two original members - Tim Digby-Bell and Toby Leeming (vocals/live programming and beats) - producing on a computer whilst at Edinburgh University. Both realised what they were creating was sounding too big for just a couple of people to play. Seb Dilleyston was brought in to add atmospheres on violin having previously trained with world renowned violinist Maria Eitler. Toby Lee was next to join on guitar and then bassist Ross Stone completed the line-up. Bonding over a mixture of the best in pulsing electronica and guitar-based music, they've fused this eclecticism into a sound of their own.
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