Parisian folk and new-wave singer, song-writer and multi-instrumentalist Mina Tindle has announced the forthcoming release of her second album Parades, due out in October 2014 via Believe Recordings. The record follows Tindle's guest appearance as vocalist on The National's Boxer album and her own critically acclaimed debut Taranta (2012, Believe Recordings) which was described
Parades will be released via Believe Recordings this October (2014). The album is mixed by Craig Silvey (The National, Arcade Fire, Anna Calvi).
Mina Tindle will be supporting The National at their forthcoming Usher Hall, Edinburgh show on10th July.
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