August 17, 2010 15:32
Little Comets: 'We didn't sound enough like Ke$ha for our label'
Sunderland band slam their old label Columbia as they announce new single
Little Comets have announced their first single since parting ways with Columbia – and have slammed their old label.
The band will release 'Isles' on October 18 on new independent label Dirty Hit Ltd.
Speaking about the release and the fallout with Columbia, they said: "This is the first single we've released since parting company with our old label Columbia at the start of 2010. It's taken us a while to break from their grizzly clutches as initially they wouldn't let us have our album back... but after deciding that it didn't sound enough like Ke$ha they did..."
Little Comets are set to tour the UK this winter. They will play:
London Koko Club NME (September 24)
High Wycombe Academy (25)
Liverpool O2 Academy 2 (October 1)
Manchester Factory (2)
Newcastle Northumbria University (3)
Leeds Cockpit (4)
York Fibbers (5)
Nottingham Bodega (7)
Cambridge Haymakers (8)
Stoke Sugarmill (9)
Cardiff Arts Institute (10)
Hull Lamp (13)
Dundee Hustlers (29)
Aberdeen Snafu (30)
Edinburgh Cabaret Voltaire (November 1)
London Luminaire (3)
Southampton Joiners (4)
Sheffield Boardwalk (5)
To check the availability of Little Comets tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.
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