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COLDPLAY UNVEIL ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME VIDEO ON FACEBOOK

COLDPLAY UNVEIL ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME VIDEO ON FACEBOOK
BAND APPEAR AS CHIMPS IN GROUNDBREAKING ANIMATED CLIP

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Coldplay have today revealed the exuberant, chimp-led music video for Adventure Of A Lifetime, the first single to be taken from their upcoming A Head Full Of Dreams album.
The video is available exclusively on the band’s Facebook page at facebook.com/coldplay

Directed by Mat Whitecross, the animated video came about after Coldplay’s Chris Martin bumped into actor and motion capture expert Andy Serkis (Lord Of The Rings, King Kong) on a flight, and the two hatched a plan to collaborate. The video, which took six months to make, began with a studio shoot with the band in full motion performance capture rigs. Animators Mathematic then collaborated with motion capture experts Imaginarium to transform the four musicians into 3D chimpanzees.

A Head Full Of Dreams (out December 4) is the vibrant follow-up to 2014’s Ghost Stories, Coldplay’s sixth consecutive worldwide chart topper. Anyone pre-ordering the album from iTunes ahead of its release will receive instant downloads of both Adventure Of A Lifetime and another new song, Everglow (which was premiered by Zane Lowe on Beats One last night).

Tickets for Coldplay’s 2016 European stadium dates go on sale to the public today via Ticketmaster. The band’s Latin American shows then go on sale next week.

For more information, see Coldplay.com.

Gavin James – Bitter Pill – Out Now

Gavin James ‘Bitter Pill’

the debut studio album released is out now.

Produced by Fraser T Smith (Adele/Lily Allen/Britney Spears), Cameron Blackwood (Florence & the Machine) and recorded in L.A. and London and features the massive hits ‘Say Hello’, ‘The Book of Love’, ‘For You’ and the current massive single ‘Bitter Pill’.

‘Bitter Pill’ will be released in 2 formats, a standard studio album, a double CD featuring a 13 track live album as well as digital download

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Standard Album
Deluxe Album

Watch the video for ‘Bitter Pill’

Watch Gavin perform ‘Bitter Pill’ live on The (USA) Late Late Show with James Corden

Gavin James has spent the summer supporting Sam Smith around America, before opening for 2 x Ed Sheeran Croke Park shows in Dublin in front of 164,000 people and Taylor Swift in Hyde Park. A European and American headline tour is now on sale for later this year, featuring London’s Scala on December 8 and a four-night SELL OUT return run at Dublin’s Whelans from December 21-23.

Gavin has just announced a 3rd Olympia show on Saturday January 23rd

Thursday January 21st – Olympia Theatre – SOLD OUT
Friday January 22nd – Olympia Theatre – Limited tickets left
JUST ANNOUNCED – Saturday January 23rd – Olympia Theatre

• Gavin is the only artist to sell out Dublin’s Olympia Theatre and Amsterdam’s Paradiso without having released an album
• In 2015, Gavin has toured the U.S.A. with Kodaline, Tori Kelly and Sam Smith
• In 2013 Gavin won the Choice Music Prize ‘Song of the Year’ for ‘Say Hello’

‘Bitter Pill’ standard CD tracklisting

Bitter Pill
For You
Nervous
Remember Me
Coming Home
22
I Don’t Know Why
Ghost
Hole in My Shoe
Say Hello
Two Hearts
Till the Sun Comes Up
The Book of Love

‘Bitter Pill’ 2CD set tracklisting

CD1
Bitter Pill
For You
Nervous
Remember Me
Coming Home
22
I Don’t Know Why
Ghost
Hole in My Heart
Say Hello
Two Hearts
Till the Sun Comes Up
The Book of Love

CD2
For You (Live)
Nervous (Live)
I Don’t Know Why (Live)
Coming Home (Live)
Till the Sun Comes Up (Live)
Hole in my Heart (Live)
22 (Live)
Great Escape (Live)
Ghost (Live)
Say Hello (Live)
Two Hearts (Live)
The Book of Love (Live)
Bitter Pill (Live)

Gavin will be back for a completely SOLD OUT Irish tour in December!
Live dates 2015
14 December – Whelans, Ireland – **SOLD OUT**
16 December – Cyprus Avenue, Cork, Ireland – **SOLD OUT**
17 December – Cyprus Avenue, Cork, Ireland – **SOLD OUT**
18 December – Dolan’s Warehouse, Limerick, Ireland – **SOLD OUT**
20 December – Roisin Dubh, Galway – **SOLD OUT**
21 December – Whelan’s, Dublin, Ireland – Matinee – All Ages – **SOLD OUT**
21 December – Whelan’s, Dublin, Ireland – **SOLD OUT**
22 December – Whelan’s, Dublin, Ireland – **SOLD OUT**
23 December – Whelan’s, Dublin, Ireland – **SOLD OUT**

2016
21st Jan – Dublin’s Olympia – **SOLD OUT**
22nd Jan – Dublin’s Olympia – Limited tickets remaining
23rd Jan – Dublin’s Olympia

www.gavinjamesmusic.com // twitter.com/gavinjames // facebook.com/gavinjamesmusic

Coldplay – A Head Full of Dreams

COLDPLAY BANNER

NEW ALBUM A HEAD FULL OF DREAMS OUT DECEMBER 4
FIRST SINGLE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD/STREAMING NOW!!

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Coldplay have today announced the global release of their seventh album, ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’, on Friday, December 4 via Parlophone Records. It is preceded by the single, ‘Adventure Of A Lifetime’, which is available to download and stream now.

The album, recorded in Malibu, LA and London, was produced by Norwegian duo Stargate together with the band’s long-time collaborator Rik Simpson. It features more guests than any previous Coldplay record, with Beyoncé, Noel Gallagher, Tove Lo and Merry Clayton among those appearing across its 11 tracks (12 if you count the buried treasure of the hidden track X Marks The Spot).

‘A Head Full Of Dreams’ is the widescreen follow-up to 2014’s fragile and lovelorn Ghost Stories, Coldplay’s sixth consecutive worldwide chart topper, award winner and multi-million seller. The band chose not to tour Ghost Stories and headed straight back into the studio to record ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’.

Revitalised, they’ve made an album that’s bursting with energy, colour and big, life-affirming moments such as the deliciously ebullient first single ‘Adventure Of A Lifetime’ and the rocket-powered Hymn For The Weekend.

Coldplay have never enjoyed making a record more than this one. Nor have they been happier with the results.

And, this time, they plan to take it around the world.

TRACKLISTING
1. A Head Full Of Dreams
2. Birds
3. Hymn For The Weekend
4. Everglow
5. Adventure Of A Lifetime
6. Fun
7. Kaleidoscope
8. Army Of One
9. Amazing Day
10. Colour Spectrum
11. Up&Up

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Jess Glynne new single and video ‘Take Me Home’.

JESS GLYNNE
Announces new single and video
‘Take Me Home’

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Taken from her #1 album ‘I CRY WHEN I LAUGH’ out now!
Sold-out show The Olympia Theatre, Dublin on Thursday March 31st

Jess Glynne’s astonishing year is set to continue with the release of ‘Take Me Home’.
Today, Jess Glynne’s Take Me Home has been named as this year’s official single for BBC Children in Need
Sales of the track will raise cash for the charity which helps young people and disadvantaged children in the UK.
Already familiar as an album showstopper, ‘Take Me Home’ is a soaring ballad that gives insight to Jess at her most raw, heartfelt and exposed. This in mirrored in the accompanying video, echoing the likes of Sinead O’Conner or Alanis Morissette in its unflinching and unmediated directness that embraces both empowerment as much as vulnerability. It similarly corresponds with the title of the album, ‘I Cry When I Laugh’ – alluding to Jess’ real life propensity to tear up in moments of joy as much as sadness – and the implicit emotional duality of her music.
Of the track & video Jess commented: “This is a song about the need to have someone who cares when you are at your most vulnerable. It’s a very emotional song for me and I have to admit it brings me to tears when I sing it live or when I made the video with Declan (Whitebloom). I hope it makes people realise that they should reach out to others at a time of need.”
The list of Jess’ achievements this year is inexhaustible – her debut album ‘I Cry When I Laugh’ is the biggest selling debut of the year having gone platinum in the UK in only 10 weeks, she has sold 5m singles in the UK and 10m worldwide and has combined You Tube views of over a billion. She has also just performed at the prestigious EMA’s and has her first major sold-out headline show Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on Thursday March 31st , 2016.

FLEETWOOD MAC PREPARE DELUXE TUSK REISSUE

FLEETWOOD MAC PREPARE DELUXE TUSK REISSUE FOR DECEMBER 4TH

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5-CD/2-LP/1-DVD Collection Delves Deep With A Complete Alternate Version Of The Album Along With Unreleased Session Recordings, Singles, Demos And Remixes

Deluxe Edition Also Features 22 Unreleased Live Tracks,
A 5.1 Surround Mix, And Original Album On Vinyl

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3-CD Expanded Editions Also Available,
Both Versions Set For Release December 4 From Warner Bros. Records

Fleetwood Mac TUSK 3CD Product Shot

Pre-order NOW on the following links!

Physical:

• Deluxe (5CD/2LP/1DVD) – http://smarturl.it/TuskDeluxe

• Expanded (3CD) – http://smarturl.it/Tusk3CD

• 2015 Remaster (1CD) – http://smarturl.it/TuskCD

Digital:

• Deluxe – http://smarturl.it/TuskDL

• Expanded – http://smarturl.it/TuskExpandedDL

2015 Album Remaster – http://smarturl.it/TuskRemasterDL

Fleetwood Mac builds on its formidable legacy as one of rock’s most legendary acts as they re-visit their most ambitious album with deluxe and expanded editions of TUSK. Originally released in 1979, the Grammy® Award-nominated, double-album sold more than four million copies worldwide, climbed to #4 on the US album charts, and introduced fans to hits like “Sara,” “Think About Me,” and the title track.

The announcement comes as the band – Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks – continues it’s acclaimed, sold out “On With The Show” world tour. Concerts are scheduled this month in Australia and New Zealand with tickets on sale now.

To follow the historic, global success of 1977’s Grammy-Award winning Rumours, Fleetwood Mac chose to take a more experimental approach on Tusk. The most famous example has to be the unexpected and beloved inclusion of the University of Southern California’s marching band on the title track.

TUSK will be available December 4 from Warner Bros. Records as a Deluxe Edition (5-CD/2-LP/1-DVD), an Expanded Edition (3-CD), and a single disc of the newly remastered original album. Digital versions will also be available.

TUSK (DELUXE EDITION) delves deep into the vaults with five CDs including the remastered original album, an alternate version of the complete album made up of session outtakes, most of which have never been released, as well as an additional selection of singles, demos and remixes, including an outtake of “Think About Me,” an early version of “That’s Enough For Me” called “Out On The Road,” plus several incarnations of “I Know I’m Not Wrong.”

Also included are two discs loaded with 22 unreleased performances from the band’s 1979 Tusk tour with selections from concerts in London, Tucson, and St. Louis. It includes live versions of album tracks like “Sara, “Over And Over” and “Save Me A Place,” as well as favorites like “Landslide,” “You Make Loving Fun,” “Rhiannon,” “Don’t Stop” and “Go Your Own Way.”

Rounding out the Deluxe Edition is a 5.1 surround mix of Tusk on DVD-Audio and vinyl of the original album on 2-LPs. The collection comes housed in an elegant box reminiscent of the acclaimed Rumours Deluxe Edition with a booklet that has extended liner notes that feature new interviews with all the band members.

TUSK: DELUXE EDITION (5-CD/2-LP/1-DVD)
Track Listing

Disc One: Original Album Remastered
1. “Over & Over”
2. “The Ledge”
3. “Think About Me”
4. “Save Me A Place”
5. “Sara”
6. “What Makes You Think You’re The One”
7. “Storms”
8. “That’s All For Everyone”
9. “Not That Funny”
10. “Sisters Of The Moon”
11. “Angel”
12. “That’s Enough For Me”
13. “Brown Eyes”
14. “Never Make Me Cry”
15. “I Know I’m Not Wrong”
16. “Honey Hi”
17. “Beautiful Child”
18. “Walk A Thin Line”
19. “Tusk”
20. “Never Forget”

Disc Two: Singles, Outtakes, Sessions
1. “Think About Me” (Single Remix)
2. “That’s All For Everyone” (Remix)
3. “Sisters Of The Moon” (Remix)
4. “Not That Funny” (Single Remix)
5. “Sara” (Single Edit)
6. “Walk A Thin Line” (Song #3 – 03/13/79)
7. “Honey Hi” (Alternate Version – 10/18/78)
8. “Storms” (Alternate Version – 11/30/78)
9. “Save Me A Place” * (2nd Version – 10/10/78)
10. “Never Make Me Cry” (Version – 04/17/79)
11. “Out On The Road” (aka “That’s Enough For Me” – Demo – 12/19/78) *
12. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” – Lindsey’s Song #1 (Demo)
13. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” * (10/10/78 Version)
14. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” * (11/3/78 Version)
15. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” * (4/25/79 Version)
16. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” * (8/13/79 Version)
17. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” * (1/23/79 Version)
18. “Tusk” (Demo – 01/15/79) *
19. “Tusk” “Stage Riff” (Demo – 01/30/79)*
20. “Tusk” (Outtake Track – 02/01/79)*
21. “Tusk” (Outtake Mix – 01/23/79) *
22. “Tusk” (USC Version – 06/04/79) *

Disc Three: The Alternate Tusk
1. “Over & Over” (04/02/79) *
2. “The Ledge” (03/13/79)
3. “Think About Me” (02/18/79) *
4. “Save Me A Place” (10/18/78) *
5. “Sara” (03/10/79)
6. “What Makes You Think You’re The One” (02/24/79) *
7. “Storms” (06/02/79) *
8. “That’s All For Everyone” (10/20/78) *
9. “Not That Funny” (05/19/79) *
10. “Sisters Of The Moon” (11/12/78)
11. “Angel” (04/02/79) *
12. “That’s Enough For Me” (09/29/78) *
13. “Brown Eyes” (with Lindsey & Peter Green, 09/20/78) *
14. “Never Make Me Cry” (02/08/79) *
15. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” (11/02/78) *
16. “Honey Hi” (10/11/78) *
17. “Beautiful Child” (10/09/78) *
18. “Walk A Thin Line” (04/06/79) *
19. “Tusk” (07/19/79) *
20. “Never Forget” (06/29/78) *

Disc Four: Tusk Tour Live I
1. Intro (Wembley, 06/26/80)
2. “Say You Love Me”(Wembley, 06/26/80)
3. “The Chain” (Wembley, 06/20/80)
4. “Don’t Stop” (Wembley, 06/27/80)
5. “Dreams” (Wembley, 06/20/80)
6. “Oh Well” (Wembley, 06/20/80)
7. “Rhiannon” (Tuscon, 08/28/80)
8. “Over And Over” (St. Louis, 11/05/79)
9. “That’s Enough For Me” (Wembley, 06/21/80)
10. “Sara” (Tuscon, 08/28/80)
11. “Not That Funny” (St. Louis, 11/05/79)
12. “Tusk” (St. Louis, 11/05/79)

Disc Five: Tusk Tour Live II
1. “Save Me A Place” (St. Louis, 11/05/79)
2. “Landslide” (Omaha, 08/21/80)
3. “What Makes You Think You’re The One” (St. Louis, 11/05/79)
4. “Angel” (St. Louis, 11/05/79)
5. “You Make Loving Fun” (Wembley, 06/20/80)
6. “I’m So Afraid” (St. Louis, 11/05/79)
7. “World Turning” (Wembley, 06/22/80)
8. “Go Your Own Way” (Wembley, 06/22/80)
9. “Sisters Of The Moon” (Wembley, 06/22/80)
10. “Songbird” (Wembley, 06/27/80)

All live tracks previously unreleased

TUSK: EXPANDED EDITION (3CD)
Track Listing

Disc One: Original Album Remastered
1.“Over & Over”
2. “The Ledge”
3. “Think About Me”
4 .“Save Me A Place”
5. “Sara”
6. “What Makes You Think You’re The One”
7. “Storms”
8. “That’s All For Everyone”
9. “Not That Funny”
10. “Sisters Of The Moon”
11. “Angel”
12. “That’s Enough For Me”
13. “Brown Eyes”
14. “Never Make Me Cry”
15. “I Know I’m Not Wrong”
16. “Honey Hi”
17. “Beautiful Child”
18. “Walk A Thin Line”
19. “Tusk”
20. “Never Forget”

Disc Two: Singles, Outtakes, Sessions
23. “Think About Me” (Single Remix)
24. “That’s All For Everyone” (Remix)
25. “Sisters Of The Moon” (Remix)
26. “Not That Funny” (Single Remix)
27. “Sara” (Single Edit)
28. “Walk A Thin Line” (Song #3 – 03/13/79)
29. “Honey Hi” (Alternate Version – 10/18/78)
30. “Storms” (Alternate Version – 11/30/78)
31. “Save Me A Place” * (Version – 10/10/78)
32. “Never Make Me Cry” (Version – 04/17/79)
33. “Out On The Road” (aka “That’s Enough For Me” – Demo – 12/19/78) *
34. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” – Lindsey’s Song #1 (Demo)
35. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” * (10/10/78 Version)
36. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” * (11/3/78 Version)
37. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” * (4/25/79 Version)
38. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” * (8/13/79 Version)
39. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” * (1/23/79 Version)
40. “Tusk” (Demo – 01/15/79) *
41. “Tusk” “Stage Riff” (Demo – 01/30/79) *
42. “Tusk” (Outtake Track – 02/01/79)*
43. “Tusk” (Outtake Mix – 01/23/79) *
44. “Tusk” (USC Version – 06/04/79) *

Disc Three: The Alternate Tusk
21. “Over & Over” (04/02/79) *
22. “The Ledge” (03/13/79)
23. “Think About Me” (02/18/79) *
24. “Save Me A Place” (10/18/78) *
25. “Sara” (03/10/79)
26. “What Makes You Think You’re The One” (02/24/79) *
27. “Storms” (06/02/79) *
28. “That’s All For Everyone” (10/20/78) *
29. “Not That Funny” (05/19/79) *
30. “Sisters Of The Moon” (11/12/78)
31. “Angel” (04/02/79) *
32. “That’s Enough For Me” (09/29/78) *
33. “Brown Eyes” (with Lindsey & Peter Green, 09/20/78) *
34. “Never Make Me Cry” (02/08/79) *
35. “I Know I’m Not Wrong” (11/02/78) *
36. “Honey Hi” (10/11/78) *
37. “Beautiful Child” (10/09/78) *
38. “Walk A Thin Line” (04/06/79) *
39. “Tusk” (07/19/79) *
40. “Never Forget” (06/29/78) *

* Denotes previously unreleased

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