More singles this week than ten minutes before kicking out time at the dancing, so let’s just get to it.
Errors release their new single – A Rumour In Africa – today on Rock Action. Their second album is pretty highly anticipated round here. The single is available as a download and a pretty coloured 7″. Unlike the last time I mentioned this, I’ve got the date right this time, and it really is out today.
Frightened Rabbit release the second single from the Winter of Mixed Drinks – Nothing Like You – on Fat Cat. I reviewed this a few weeks ago and rather enjoyed it. Album review coming up sometime this week. Again, it’s available on 7″ or to download.
Spaghetti Anywhere‘s self titled debut EP comes out today too. You might remember that I loved it. Released by Toy Soldier Records, it’s available as a 10″ (with a free CD, I believe) and a download. You can buy the vinyl here.
And So i Watch You From Afar might not be Scottish, but they are awesome. Their Letters EP has been available at shows for a while, but I just spotted it as a new addition to eMusic, so there’s no excuse not to have a copy.
Kathryn Williams also isn’t scottish, but her new album The Quickening is – once you get past horrible thoughts of Highlander sequels – very good. That’s out on One Little Indian today too.
Chris Bradley has a new single, Waltzing, out. It’s download only, released by 17 Seconds Records. They’ve been busy recently haven’t they? A new album from Bradley follows at the end of march.
I’m running a bit short on time today, so the gigs and stuff will get a seperate post tomorrow.