Single and one-off live show announced...

Tindersticks release their new single ‘Can We Start Again’ – as previously reported by nme.com – on August 16, the first to be taken from forthcoming album ‘Simple Pleasure’, out on August 30.

Available on two CDs with new songs and covers as follows

CD1 ‘Can We Start Again’ ‘A Little Time’ ‘One Way Street’ (cover of song by 70s soul diva Ann Peebles)


CD2 ‘Can We Start Again’ (demo version) ‘Puppy Fat’ ‘Desperate Measures’ (alternative version of track from ‘Curtains’)

They also play a one-off live show at London Brixton Mass on July 27.

Tickets will be available from nme.com‘s 24-hour ticketline on 0870 121 0125 or click here to go to our online gig guide and ticket service.


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