So Here We Are / Hunting For Witches / Positive Tension / Talons / Song For Clay (Disappear Here) / Banquet / Two More Years / One More Chance / Mercury / This Modern Love / The Prayer / Flux / Helicopter
Bloc Party were promoted to the headlining slot at this French festival last night after planned headliners Oasis pulled out at the last minute, with Noel Gallagher walking out of the band. Watch below Kele's announcement to the crowd...
One Month Off / Hunting For Witches / Positive Tension / Talons / Signs / Song For Clay (Disappear Here) / Banquet / Two More Years / One More Chance / Mercury / This Modern Love / The Prayer / Like Eating Glass / Flux / Helicopter
You can get your (virtual) hands on Bloc Party's new single 'One More Chance' from today via iTunesor the 7digital links to the right of this post. The single will also be released on very limited edition 7" (1500) and 12" vinyl (1000) tomorrow. Across the various formats, the single comes backed by a Holy Fuck remix of 'Zephyrus', plus more remixes of 'One More Chance' than you can shake a stick at. Click here for the full tracklisting!
In other release news, iTunes also has a live EP for sale featuring tracks from Bloc Party's recent London Roundhouse 'iTunes Live' gig. Click hereto download, and head to BP's Facebook page to watch some videos from the same concert.
When he's not playing bass in a popular beat combo, Gordy likes to unwind by trying his hand at music journalism...click here to read Gordy's guest article on The Quietus, waxing lyrical on the Scottish band Simple Minds.
...is Russell Lissack! A current BBC Radio 4 programme features Joan Armatrading, a West Indian-born singer songwriter, famous in the UK during the 1980s, interviewing her favourite guitarists. Listen to her 15 minute interview with Russell here, a "young pioneer whose extensive use of effects is expanding the range of the guitar to a new generation of musicians" (copyright Radio 4's posh announcer man).