May 15, 1999 15:53

UNKNOWN SIMPLE PLEASURES

Indie glumsters cover [B]Odyssey[/B]'s 80s torch song...

UNKNOWN SIMPLE PLEASURES
Tindersticks return with a new album called 'Simple Pleasure' - their first studio outing since 1997's acclaimed 'Curtains' - set for release on August 30.

The new album also includes a cover version of Odyssey's 1980 hit 'If You're Looking For A Way Out' and will be preceeded by a new single, possibly called 'Can We Start Again'.

Tindersticks are also confirmed to appear at All Tomorrow's Parties - the follow up to April's Bowlie Festival - at Camber Sands on September 17 - 20 along with Stereolab, Arab Strap, Tortoise, Shack and others.

The full tracklisting of album - on Island records - is

'Can We Start Again' 'Looking For A Way Out' 'Pretty Words' 'From The Inside' 'If She's Torn' 'Before You Close' 'This Heart Of Mine' 'I Know That Lovin' ' 'CFGF'

Tickets for ATP - limited to 2600 - are priced '90 (inclusive of accommodation) and can be booked on 0171 771 2000.

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