You can download tracks from the band's upcoming Glasgow gig 48 hours after the event - and you can make a video too...
Cooper Temple Clause are attempting to beat the bootlegging of new tracks by releasing a free mini-live album 48 hours after their gig on May 13.
Cooper Temple Clause will record their performance at the Glasgow QMU and the album will be available for download on May 16 via their official website [url=]here, featuring new tracks and the forthcoming single ‘Promises, Promises’.
In a partnership with Apple UK and Dreamtek, the group will also release a live video of one of the tracks from the gig, and a selection of clips will be available for fans to create their own video using Apples iMovie software.
The winning entry, chosen by the band, will receive a new iPod.
Didz, from Cooper Temple Clause said, “This is such a fantastic offer. It’ll be great for fans to check out our new stuff before it hits the shops and we’re really looking forward to seeing the videos – I’m sure there will be some great ones.”
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