Torn On The Platform
Jack PeÃ±ate follows his recent release, Spit At Stars, with a new single, Torn On The Platform, due for release on June 25th 2007.
Jack PeÃ±ate is fast becoming an irresistible force & Torn On The Platform is already a firm favourite with his fans and a highlight of his encapsulating live set - a set that has reached well beyond his London confines with his last touring schedule reaching in excess of sixty sold out dates in as many days.
Heartfelt and impassioned, 'Torn On The Platform', (as the title suggests) finds Jack himself on a train, leaving a town he's not sure he wants to leave. In just four minutes of pop brilliance, the questions of his racing mind pour out on to an open page and one of the countries best new lyricists is born. The single is completed with brand new tracks, 'Silence In Speech', 'Roll Your Own Dice' and 'On The Road', all being made available over the various formats of the record (CD Single, 2 x 7" and download).
With Jack now putting the finishing touches to his debut album, he and his band are heading back out on tour in June (see below). He might just be playing a certain festival in Somerset as well.
16th GLASGOW King Tuts
17th LEEDS Cockpit
18th NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
20th LIVERPOOL Academy 2
26th BIRMINGHAM Barfly
27th LONDON Scala
28th MANCHESTER Academy 3
29th BRIGHTON Concorde
30th BRISTOL Thekla
1st PORTSMOUTH Wedgewood Rooms
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