Geraldine video from Glasvegas
Glasvegas release their new single Geraldine on June 23rd through Columbia Records. The band will be on tour throughout June, this tour follows their sold-out headline tour earlier this year. The single will feature a special cover of The Korgis classic track 'Everybody's Gotta Learn', the track was also recently covered by Beck for the Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind soundtrack.
Geraldine is featured on Glasvegas' forthcoming debut album, co-produced by James Allan & Rich Costey (Franz Ferdinand, Interpol, Muse). They've just finished recording and producing the album in New York, the release date is yet to be set but will before the end of the year.
Glasvegas are: James Allan - lead singer / guitarist and songwriter, Paul Donoghue (bass), Rab Allan (Guitar) and Caroline Mckay (drums).
Check out Glasvegas this June:
Wed 4th Guildford ) Boilerooms ) £7
Thu 5th Oxford ) Academy ) £7
Fri 6th Hertford ) Marquee ) £7 )
Sun 8th Bedford ) Esquires ) £7 )
Mon 9th Northampton )Roadmenders ) £7
Tue 10th Leicester )Charlotte ) £7
Wed 11th Derby )The Royal ) £7
Thu 12th Sheffield )Plug ) £7
Fri 13th Leeds ) Cockpit ) £8 )
Sat 14th Manchester )Ruby Lounge ) £7
Tue 17th Inverness )Raigmore ) £7
Wed 18th Stirling )Fubar ) £7
Thu 19th Glasgow )ABC 2 ) £7
Sat 21st Kirkcaldy )Ocean Nightclub ) £7
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