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It’s been a long wait, but it’s about to feel very worthwhile. Little Barrie are back, and they’ve brought the much-missed spirit of real rock 'n’ roll with them.
Nearly five years on, the English trio are totally match-fit and ready to return with new drummer Virgil Howe (son of Yes guitar giant Steve Howe) and a strikingly unusual record deal (signed to small indie label Bumpman, set up by Alan Day co-owner of Camden’s celebrated Hawley Arms) – but the same unshakeable passion for music that got them noticed in the first place. 'King Of The Waves’ is co-produced by the group with their friend, supporter and longtime collaborator, the mighty Edwyn Collins.
Since we last heard them, they’ve also honed their reputations among the most in-demand musicians in the business, playing live with Primal Scream, on Paul Weller’s ’22 Dreams’ album and with French Polynesian actress-singer Mareva Galanter. Barrie Cadogan has long been the guitarist to call, and not many have had that request from both Morrissey and Johnny Marr and, recently, from Mark Ronson.
The single features the track 'Surf Hell’ alongside the album title track and is available as download and limited edition 7inch pressed on heavyweight vinyl.
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