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Debut album from The Roseville Band

by Ben Davis on 16 December, 2008 | 2 comments

The Roseville Band

The Roseville Band will be heading straight into the studio once the yuletide festivities have died down.

Starting from January 14th they will be recording sessions for their debut album at The Filter Rooms in Wrexham with in-house producer Dom McCready and esteemed producer Lance Thomas, who has previously worked with PJ Harvey, Ladytron, The Farm and Twisted Charm.

Their debut album release will be managed by the London based music consultants Tri-tone, who work with a number of high profile acts and labels – Badly Drawn Boy, The Coral, Calexico, Justice, EMI and B-Unique to name a few.

2008 has been a busy year for The Roseville Band. In March they released their download only double-single ‘My Town Is Your Town / Mission’, which achieved ‘download band of the week’ on XFM Manchester. The subsequent tour earned them invites to play an acoustic show at the Glastonbury Festival and the Nozstock Festival amongst others. In September they released their ‘Where Have You Been’ EP, which resulted in plays on regional and national radio and saw them dubbed as ‘the Welsh Kings of Leon’ by the NME.

You can catch The Roseville Band with Camera, Craig Williams, JKLMNO and Heal The Last Stand on Boxing Day at Central Station. A DJ set from Ben and Steve of Camera follows the bands, which will then be followed by the Indie Rock ‘n’ Roll club night. Doors are 8pm, tickets are £6 adv (available via www.seetickets.com or from Central Station).


The Roseville Band MySpace
The Roseville Band website
Central Station

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Ben Davis

Email: ben@wrexhammusic.co.uk

Ben is the founder of wrexhammusic.co.uk.
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  1. Will we get the horns?

    That’s what I want to know.

    This is good news, though. They were one of the best bands I saw in ’08.

  2. great news. can’t wait to hear the end results. good work. x

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