Gogol Bordello are also on board for new Oxfordshire festival
Singer reveals he took a year off after feeling burnt out and exhausted
Essentially what a CD booklet always wanted to be when it grew up, Anthony Hegarty’s fourth album comes encased in a large hard-backed book of his cut’n’paste surrealist collages which cries ‘THIS IS ART!’ as loud and proud as any amount of affected he/she warbling. Thankfully, the album slipped into this HMV shelf-stacker’s worst nightmare largely justifies such grand...
'Thank You For Your Love' is due out on August 30
Antony Hegarty compares new record with 'a spirit jumping out of the human body'
'Swanlights' set for October release
There’s a fine line between sounding like a stroke victim with a speech impediment or a cherubim-like castrated choirboy. Sitting on the fence between these two is Antony Hegarty: a man who seemingly came out of nowhere with his celestial choral pop and depiction of (trans)gender issues to claim 2005’s Nationwide Mercury Prize thanks to a supposed ‘technicality’ allowing...
Outing will support release of 'The Crying Light'