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Starsailor return with Liverpool show and first album for 8 years this Autumn

by Khyle Deen. Published Sat 19 Aug 2017 20:36

British quartet Starsailor have unveiled the video for their latest single ‘All This Life’, the title track from their upcoming album, which is out September 1st via Cooking Vinyl.

Lead singer and guitarist James Walsh explains:

“We are delighted with new video. Robbie Knox and his team did a fantastic job of capturing the essence of the song. The lighter moments of enjoyment with good friends are the fuel that gets us through the more testing or mundane times in life"

The video is a heartfelt accompaniment to the track’s sentiment. It depicts the monotony of everyday life, pictured in faded grey flashbacks, set against the band and their friends enjoying an evening around a blazing campfire as the late afternoon fades into night. It’s a testament to enjoying moments of love and happiness when the routine of normal life can otherwise seem bleak.

All This Life is the band’s fifth studio album and their first release since 2009. The album finds Starsailor re-energised and on outstanding form.

This year Starsailor have played to a packed out Big Top Stage at Isle Of Wight Festival and performed at British Summer Time in London’s Hyde Park supporting Phil Collins and Blondie. The band will be embarking on a 12-date headline tour this October – see the full dates below.

All This Life the album is available for preorder now at https://starsailor.lnk.to/ATL
With ‘All This Life’ & ‘Listen To Your Heart’ provided as instant downloads.

It will be released on Digital, CD and vinyl LP(standard 12” and limited edition coloured 12” formats). Signed and exclusive bundles are also available from the official Starsailor Store.

Tickets are on sale now from www.starsailorband.co.uk/tour.asp.

OCTOBER UK HEADLINE TOUR

12th– Cambridge, Junction
13th – Norwich, Waterfront
14th – Bristol, Bierkeller
16th – Leeds, Beckett Students’ Union
17th– Birmingham, O2 Institute 2
18th– Sheffield, Leadmill
19th– Liverpool, Academy
21st– Newcastle, Boiler Shop
22nd– Glasgow, O2 ABC
24th– Manchester, O2 Ritz
25th– Brighton, Concorde 2
26th– London, KOKO



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