Beat Surrender favourite Peter Bruntnell has a new retrospective album release due later this year – if your not familar with the man’s musical genius this could open the door into his wonderful back catalogue of music, his new video for Played Out is a re-recorded version of the 2004 track and features the “platinum-selling singing sensation” Rumer.
The new version of Played Out will be available as a download only single from 6th May and comes ahead of the release of Peter Bruntnell’s ‘Retrospective‘ album on the 17th June – a 17 track compilation of Peter’s songs from 2004′s Played Out through to 2011′s Black Mountain U.F.O.
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First listen to a track from Jeff Finlin’s Kickstarter funded album – looking forward to this.
Annie’s previous release Water Tower View was a big hit with me and with her fifth album for For Keeps the Brooklyn singer-songwriter further strengthens her growing reputation with another excellent collection, the self released recording is set for release April 15th and there’s a UK tour set for later in the year to look forward to.
Annie grew up in Boston MA and began to teach herself guitar at the age 12, later honing her skills playing live while studying at Brown University in Rhode Island before she moved to New York City in 1992 where she continued to play in the evenings while holding down non profit day-jobs in the pursuit of civil liberties and social justice for all, at this point the music took a backseat and didn’t reemerge until much later after the birth of her first child, later championed by Bob Harris her profile . . . → Read More: Annie Keating – For Keeps