THE HISTORY OF APPLE PIE
NEW ALBUM – ‘FEEL SOMETHING’
RELEASED ON MARSHALL TELLER – 6TH OCTOBER 2014
UK TOUR DATES – SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2014
SEP 29TH LONDON, ROUGH TRADE EAST
SEP 30TH BRISTOL, RISE RECORDS
OCT 06TH MANCHESTER, GULLIVERS buy tickets
OCT 07TH GLASGOW, KING TUTS buy tickets
OCT 08TH LEEDS, OPORTO buy tickets
OCT 09TH BIRMINGHAM, ALFIE BIRDS buy tickets
OCT 10TH BRIGHTON, BLEACH buy tickets
OCT 11TH BRISTOL, LOUISIANA buy tickets
OCT 12TH SOUTHAMPTON, JOINERS buy tickets
OCT 13TH EXETER, THE CAVERN buy tickets
OCT 15TH LONDON, LEXINGTON buy tickets
The History Of Apple Pie are set to release their second album on Marshall Teller Records on the 6th of October 2014.
‘Feel Something’, the follow up to last year’s ‘Out Of View’ debut, features ten brand new tracks including ‘Tame’, the first single and a taste of what to expect from the long player.
Recorded over the last few months at Sublime Studios in London, like it’s predecessor, the album was again produced and engineered by the band’s Jerome Watson with additional engineering by Joshua Third of The Horrors and Charles Reeves.
Vinyl copies of the album will come with an additional track entitled ‘Shake’ which features vocals from Gary Jarman of The Cribs.
ALBUM TRACK LISTING:
1. Come Undone 2.Tame 3.Keep Wondering 4.Special Girl 5.Jamais Vu 6.Puzzles 7. ‘Don’t You Wanna Be Mine?’ 8.Ordinary Boy 9.Snowball 10.Just Like This
Bonus track – LP only – Shake, (featuring Gary Jarman, The Cribs)
The band have made a special album video teaser.
Formed three years ago, The History Of Apple Pie line up is centered around the songwriting partnership of Stephanie Min (Vocals) and Jerome Watson (Guitar) together with James Thomas (Drums), Aslam Ghauri (Guitar) and new recruit to the band Joanna Curwood (bass).
The band, who played last year’s CMJ Festival in New York have announced a UK Tour in October to coincide with the release of the album. Prior to the tour, the London five – piece will play two in store shows at Rough Trade East in London on the 29th of September and then at Rise Records in Bristol on the following day.