Coldharbourstores

Please Please You presents
Coldharbourstores
The Crescent, York
Friday 2nd August, 7.30pm
Tickets are £6 in advance (more on the door) and are available from Earworm Records, the venue in person or online via See Tickets.

From out of the Wilderness comes Vesta, the 3rd full length album from Coldharbourstores, conceived entirely by the established line up of Lucy Castro, David Read, Michael McCabe, and Liam Greany.

The band were determined to shorten the gap between albums after their critically acclaimed second album Wilderness had taken 14 years to release, following the band’s debut More Than The Other in 2002. What transpired is, essentially a love album – universal, personal, eternal – keeping the flame alive no matter what.

Vesta was recorded and produced, once again, by Bark Psychosis legend Graham Sutton (Jarvis Cocker, Silver Apples, These New Puritans and British Sea Power).

With long time design collaborator Martin Andersen (AndersenM, Lush, The Breeders, 4AD/V23, JK Rowling’s Pottermore,) again translating the music into a stunning new sleeve design.

Two singles have been taken from the album: Disenchantment and Castle, which have accompanying remixes from The Silver Apples, Fuxa and L-Shape.

Jonathan Pound (Throwing Muses, Micah P. Hinson), together with a performance by Tania and Kentaro of the Tarinainanika Theatre Unit of Japan, has directed the video for lead single Disenchantment.

Press for Wilderness

‘…This is all “eyes wide open”, musically and lyrically, full of romantic expectancy and the possibility of imminent sunbursts…’
The Quietus

‘4/5…dream-pop airiness propelled by an electronic undertow, Lucy Castro’s voice adding off-kilter sweetness…’
Q

‘7/10…post-4AD pop with glistening electronic touches…there’s plenty of uncommon beauty here’
Uncut

‘…Captivating depth and complexity that really pulls you in….a worthy successor to their debut’
Electronic Sound

‘4/5…shimmering, floating beauty…
Shindig!

Please Please You presents
Coldharbourstores
The Crescent, York
Friday 2nd August, 7.30pm
Tickets are £6 in advance (more on the door) and are available from Earworm Records, the venue in person or online via See Tickets.