The band delight hardcore fans with a set and a signing session at Oxford Street HMV...

STARSAILOR celebrated the launch of their new album ‘SILENCE IS EASY’ with a storming instore show at HMV’s flagship store in central LONDON last night (September 15).

The Chorley four-piece delighted several hundred fans who packed into the Oxford Street shop with a seven-song set drawn mostly from the new record.

“There’s been a lot of great new bands who have come through since our debut album ‘Love Is Here’,” frontman James Walsh said from the stage. “Thanks for sticking with us.”

The set was:

‘Music Was Saved’


‘Born Again’

‘Four To The Floor’

‘Telling Them’

‘Silence Is Easy’

‘Good Souls’

Following the show, the band held a signing for fans. Such was the demand to meet the band, that the shop was forced to stay open until close to midnight.

Starsailor are now gearing up for an 11-date British tour. The tour opens in Glasgow on Friday (September 19).

The tour calls at: Glasgow Academy (September 19)

Manchester Apollo (20)

Birmingham Academy (22)

Leeds University (23)

Nottingham Rock City (24)

Cambridge Corn Exchange (26)

Cardiff University (27)

Bristol Academy (28)

Southampton Guildhall (30)

Norwich UEA (October 1)

London Brixton Academy (3)

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The band will have one final warm-up for the tour. They play a secret fan show in the Scottish Highlands tomorrow (September 17) for just 200 fans who will be bussed to the undisclosed location from central Glasgow and Edinburgh.