SPACE are releasing a new EP next month, aswell as considering writing with one Robbie Williams...
SPACE(pictured) have a new EP, UK tour and a possible collaboration with Robbie Williams in the pipeline. ‘The Bad Days EP’ is out on November 9. It features the title track and ‘The Unluckiest Man In The World’ from their album ‘Tin Planet’, a cover of The Animals’ classic ‘We Gotta Get Out Of This Place’, plus two new Space songs, ‘Cold In The City’ and ‘Yeah Right!’.
Singer Tommy Scott has also revealed that he’s hoping to write songs with Robbie Williams in the near future. A spokesman for Robbie explained that the pair met at this year’s V98 festival, and the idea had developed then. She added: “They’ve been in discussions about a possible future collaboration, exactly when will depend on their schedules. But it will be them both writing together.” Space embark on a major UK tour next month, after which they will work on their third album, due next year.
The tour calls at Hereford Leisure Centre (November 20), Manchester Academy (21), Glasgow Barrowlands (22), Nottingham Rock City (23), Exeter University Great Hall (24), Birmingham Que Club (26), London Brixton Academy (27), York Barbican (28) and Liverpool Royal Court (December 18 & 19). For tickets, call the NME 24-hour ticketline on 0870 1212 500. Calls are charged at national standard rate.