A Tour And A Limited Run Vinyl Both Announced
1000 Special Edition Double LP’s of “Well, Well, Well” will be released!
Their debut album will turn 15 years old in 2021, and to celebrate, Milburn have announced a UK tour for this year, as well as the release of their debut on vinyl, which will be a first for this album!
Sides A & B will hold the original standard issue album, which they released in 2006 on CD. Disc 2 (Sides C & D) will be B sides, bonus tracks and a selection of Live recordings from their homecoming show at the Leadmill, Sheffield in 2006.
Lead singer Joe Carnall says; “I get at least one request a week on social media for Well Well Well to be released on vinyl. I think many of our fans see it as a hole in their collection so it will be nice to help them complete the set. That album means so much to people” he explained. Asked why the record wasn’t released on wax the first time around, Carnall admitted that he “genuinely didn’t know. 2006 was perhaps the early days of the ‘vinyl revival’ and so maybe the record company thought it wasn’t worth the effort – idiots.”
To coincide with the release of the Special Edition LP, the band will embark on a 3 date UK tour of their favourite venues. The band are set to play the debut album in full, along with other tracks from their back catalogue! Those who have pre-ordered the album by 9am on Wednesday 7th July will have 2 days to purchase priority tickets before they go on general sale at 9am on Friday 9th July. Tickets will be available HERE.
The venues you can catch the band at are:
23.10. 21 – Leadmill, Sheffield
03.11. 21 – Scala, London
06.11. 21 – O2 Ritz, Manchester
Carnall also says that the band can’t wait to get on stage together again. “Nothing comes close to live music. It will be one of those sets where I’ll hardly have to sing. It’s going to be electric – particularly after the shit show of the past 18 months.”
In addition, the band have commissioned a one-off t-shirt design in memory of their dear friend Anthony Allen. All profits from its sale will go to charity.