The Duckworth Lewis Method Release 'Third Man' New Single Featuring Daniel Radcliffe Out August 26th 2013

29 Jul 2013
The Duckworth Lewis Method Release 'Third Man' New Single Featuring Daniel Radcliffe Out August 26th 2013

The Duckworth Lewis Method Release 'Third Man' New Single Featuring Daniel Radcliffe Out August 26th 2013

The Duckworth Lewis Method position themselves behind the wicketkeeper for 'Sticky Wickets' next offering; 'Third Man' out August 26th on Divine Comedy Records.
 
Written and produced by Thomas Walsh (Duckworth) and Neil Hannon (Lewis), this slice of ELO-esque pop, sees the pair joined by third man, and cricket fan, Daniel Radcliffe. The witty ditty starts off with the lines; "Before the captain calls to me/I know where he wants me to be/I dropped the ball to many times/and out of sight is out of mind", summing up a fielder's worst positional nightmare.
 
It's the latest offering from the band's canny album 'Sticky Wickets' which was also written and produced by Neil and Thomas and recorded and mixed by Guy Massey.
 
Poised for victory with a winning team including Henry Blofeld, Stephen Fry, David Lloyd and Matt Berry, the record is out now. And following the pair's recent live victories on the eve of the first Ashes test - at Lord's and the Nottingham Playhouse - they will be bringing the album to life on a 9-date September tour.

September
Fri 20th            BRIGHTON, St Georges Church
Sat 21st           LONDON, Shepherd's Bush Empire
Sun 22nd          NORWICH, Arts Centre
Tue 24th          GLASGOW, Oran Mor
Wed 25th        GATESHEAD, The Sage
Thu 26th          MANCHESTER, Academy 2
Fri 27th             LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club
Sat 28th           BRISTOL, St. George's Church
Sun 29th          BIRMINGHAM, Glee Club




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