Charlie Boyer and The Voyeurs announce debut album 'Clarietta'

May release for debut album from East London band

Charlie Boyer and The Voyeurs announce debut album 'Clarietta'

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Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs have announced details of the release of their debut album 'Clarietta'.

'Clarietta' will be released on Heavenly Recordings on May 20 and features the single 'Things We Be'. The 11-track album was produced by Edwyn Collins & Seb Lewsley at West Heath Yard Studios in January 2013.

The track listing of the album is as follows:

'Things We Be'
'I’ve Got A River'
'Clarietta'
'Go Blow A Gale'
'You Haven’t Got A Chance'
'A Lion’s Way'
'Clarinet'
'I Watch You'
'Be A Complete Dream'
'Be Glamorous'
'The Central Tonne'


Scroll down to see the video for 'Things We Be', released as a single on March 25. Charlie Boyer and The Voyeurs play London's The Lexington on March 21 and are also confirmed to appear at Liverpool Sound City, Field Day, Live at Leeds and The Great Escape.

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