Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott - David Gray and The Beautiful South's Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott perform at The Groove Festival at Kilruddery House in Bray Co. Wicklow, Ireland - 06.07.14. - Dublin, Ireland - Monday 7th July 2014
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Acid Country - the snappy new solo effort from The Housemartins front-man Paul Heaton - unfortunately suffers from distinct unoriginality, and all too often relies on the same ideas that may have worked for the singer-songwriter in decades gone by, but that no longer hold sway.
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Paul Heaton releases his new single 'Mermaids And Slaves' on June 30th 2008 the single's taken from his new solo record 'The Cross Eyed Rambler' released a week later on July 7th, both the single and album are released through W14 Music.
This is Paul Heaton's first work since the demise of the Beautiful South in 2007. Critics and fans a like are saying this is Heatons most stripped back work since The Housemartins in 1986. The bands also consist of co-songwriter Steve Trafford on guitar, Tom Chapman on bass and Brian Edwards on drums.
'The Cross Eyed Rambler' was produced by Jay Reynolds at Long Island Studios.
2008 Tour Dates:
Thursday 3 July Birmingham Academy 2
Friday 4 July )Manchester Academy 2
Saturday 5 July Leeds Cockpit
Monday 7 July )London Islington Academy
Tuesday 8 July Brighton Komedia
Wednesday 9 July Bristol Thekla
Thursday 10 July Newcastle Cluny
The Cross Eyed Rambler
Mermaids And Slaves
Good Old Fashioned Town
Little Red Rooster
God Bless Texas
The Kids These Days
Everything Is Everything