to all of our sweet artists,
with big love for the 2014 class…
Roz and the Rice Cakes
The Lowest Pair
MiWi la Lupa
kicks off with QUARTERBACKS
on 02/10 (pre-order now)
& The Sacred Heart Sessions by The Lowest Pair
on 02/24 (pre-order now)
also…some new stickers ————- >>>>>>>>>>>>
Looking forward! XOTL
“Celebrated Catskill Mountain songwriter Simone Felice (The Felice Brothers, The Duke & The King) returns for a special string of intimate acoustic dates accompanied by the stellar Anna Mitchell on harmonium, piano, and vocal harmony. Expect mesmerizing renditions of songs from the recent highly acclaimed Strangers LP, plus a wealth of Simone’s beloved back catalog. Do not miss these shows!!”
- Oct 25 // Roisin Dubh – Galway, Ireland
- Oct 26 // Sligo Live Festival – Sligo, Ireland
- Oct 28 // Coughlan’s Live – Cork, Ireland
- Oct 29 // Workman’s Club – Dublin, Ireland
- Oct 31 // Beach House – Bangor, UK (SOLD OUT)
- Nov 1 // Beach House – Bangor, UK
- Nov 18 // Anthony Burgess Foundation – Manchester, UK
- Nov 19 // Trades Club – Hebden Bridge, UK
- Nov 21 // Glee Club – Birmingham, UK
- Nov 22 // Portland Arms – Cambridge, UK
- Nov 23 // The Railway – Winchester, UK
- Nov 24 // St. Pancras Old Church – London, UK
- Nov 25 // The Maze – Nottingham, UK
- Nov 26 // The Basement – York, UK
- Nov 28 // Cluny – Newcastle, UK
- Nov 30 // King Tuts – Glasgow, UK
- Dec 2 // The Louisiana – Bristol, UK
Roz and The Rice Cakes Fall Tour 2014
sept 18 // richmond, va
sept 19 // blacksburg, va
sept 20 // harrisburg, va
sept 21 // durham, nc
sept 22 // chapel hill, nc
sept 23 // wilmington, nc
sept 24 // columbia, sc
sept 25 // st. augustine, fl
sept 26 // new orleans, la
sept 27 // houston, tx
sept 28 // galveston, tx
sept 29 // austin, tx
sept 30 // fort worth, tx
oct 1 // santa fe, nm
oct 2 // albuquerque, nm
oct 3 // denver, co
oct 4 // edmund, ok
oct 5 // memphis, tn
oct 6 // nashville, tn
oct 7 // atlanta, ga
oct 8 // athens, ga
oct 9 // greenville, sc
oct 10 // asheville, nc
oct 11 // greensboro, nc
oct 12 // philadelphia, pa
Woohoo! Roz and The Rice Cakes start their journey down the east coast, into the south and west. The warmed up with two great gigs in Brooklyn and Kingston, NY this week with pals Last Good Tooth…lots more coming from the LGT soon, too.
The Lowest Pair continue their amazing route across the upper part of the country this month and next.
Simone Felice is in Pittsburgh tonight, and looking forward to upcoming dates in Ireland and the UK.
MiWi La Lupa is in Buffalo tonight, too.
Summer’s so great! Sad to see it go (but glad that seasons change)
New release news coming soon
Welcome Home . . . Bon Voyage!
This week Simone Felice returns home from Europe, just to hit the road again
for a series of US dates in support of his new album, Strangers.
The tour launches with the album release party tonight at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC,
followed by Saturday’s show at BSP Kingston. A fine welcome home.
Team Love congratulates Simone Felice on the debut of his second album, Strangers.
Simone Felice tells “the story of the strange, beautiful, painful parade of being a human being on earth.” –Paste
“This is a decidedly different affair which, even if some of the songs come with a dark cloud, has a much fuller and richer sound, often featuring swathes of strings, with a frequent pop sensibility.” –Folk Radio UK
“Melodically upbeat Americana paired with Felice’s effortless, emotionally resonant voice, gives us an album which shines a light on shadowy times.” –Louder Than War
While you are waiting to see Simone on tour,
check out this awesome live set from WDST – Radio Woodstock.
Team Love is pleased to announce the first single “Molly-O!” from Strangers, the new full-length album by Simone Felice. Strangers will be released in the UK on March 24th by Team Love, and in the US on March 25th by our friends at Dualtone.
You can check out “Molly-O!” now from our Soundcloud page:
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Of the Album and Single, Simone says:
“Isn’t it wild how, when it comes to matters of the heart, we can start out so fanatical, so certain, only to end up as strangers in the end? Remote even to ourselves over time, strangers in the mirror…
Molly-O! is a bit of a tongue-in-cheek salute/requiem to the itinerant panhandler I was as a kid, an exercise in not taking one’s early sins or one’s current self too seriously.”