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Trampolene’s Jack Jones announces debut solo album with new single, ‘Breathe’

Trampolene frontman Jack Jones has announced details his self-titled debut solo album, as well as sharing new single ‘Breathe’.As well as fronting Trampolene and working as a poken word poet, Jones is also a member of Pete Doherty’s band The Puta Madres. Now, he’s set to make his solo debut.According to a press release, the album will see Jones “put away his guitar” to embrace a new contemporary sound while delivering his usual “hard-hitting state of the nation poems of existential fear and loathing”.He’s also shared the Barnaby Fairley-directed video for new single ‘Breathe’, which features Jones donning astronaut gear as crowds swirl around him.
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Here’s every song in ‘Camden’, the Disney+ documentary
Camden landed on Disney+ this week, but which songs from the area’s history are included on the show?The show, which is executive produced by Dua Lipa, goes behind the scenes with some of the world’s biggest artists, revealing untold stories of how Camden in London shaped their lives and careers.Per a description, the four-part series explores “Camden’s rich history” through “archive footage, observational filming and interviews” with the likes of Chris Martin, The Libertines, Yungblud, Little Simz and Nile Rodgers.“Hearing from world-renowned musicians as they relive their Camden experiences; from their very first gigs to sell-out concerts, the highs and lows of nights out and a youth spent discovering music,” it adds.In a statement, Lipa said: “Executive producing the new original documentary series that celebrates the very place I started all of this is such a major full circle moment for me!“Camden will always have a special place in my heart and I’m humbled to share that with some absolute icons.”Asif Kapadia (Amy) is the series director, while the individual episodes are directed by Toby Trackman, Yemi Bamiro and Sarah Lambert.In a three-star review of the series, NME wrote: “With Chris Martin noting that Coldplay’s early days revolved around six pubs in the area (“If you could guarantee you’d bring ten people, they’d let you play”), and Little Simz highlighting the importance of free artist development schemes at The Roundhouse, Camden implicitly feels like a love-letter to endangered independent venues.”“The question is: with Disney+ memorialising it in a documentary, does authentic “non-conformist” Camden risk becoming an ersatz rock ‘n’ roll theme park?”The show’s four (roughly) four hour episodes include a
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Watch the trailer for new ‘Camden’ docuseries, starring Noel Gallagher, Dua Lipa and more
Camden has been shared – you can watch it below.The show, which is executive produced by Dua Lipa, will go behind the scenes with some of the world’s biggest artists, revealing untold stories of how Camden in London shaped their lives and careers.It is due to premiere on Disney+ around the world and via Hulu in the US next Wednesday (May 29).Per a description, the four-part series will explore “Camden’s rich history” through “archive footage, observational filming and interviews” with the likes of Chris Martin, The Libertines, Yungblud, Little Simz and Nile Rodgers.“Hearing from world-renowned musicians as they relive their Camden experiences; from their very first gigs to sell-out concerts, the highs and lows of nights out and a youth spent discovering music,” it adds.Lipa has now shared a trailer for Camden, soundtracked by The Libertines’ classic song ‘Don’t Look Back Into The Sun’.“Camden – so full of life and music,” says Coldplay frontman Martin. Noel Gallagher then says that the area has “got a heartbeat” and a “vibe”, adding: “It’s got an energy to it.”The video goes on to show Lipa browsing a local record shop while talking about the late Camden icon Amy Winehouse, before Pete Doherty recalls a past run-in with Liam Gallagher.A post shared by DUA LIPA (@dualipa)Later, we see Lipa in Camden to record music early on in her career.
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Dua Lipa, Chris Martin, Nile Rodgers and more feature in first-look images of Disney+ series ‘Camden’
Disney+ has revealed new images for the upcoming documentary series Camden, which will feature the likes of Dua Lipa, Chris Martin, Mark Ronson, Boy George and more.Premiering on Disney+ exclusively in May, the docuseries, which is executive produced by Dua Lipa, will go behind the scenes with some of the world’s biggest music stars, revealing untold stories of how their lives and careers were shaped by Camden.The new images released today (April 26) feature Dua Lipa, Coldplay‘s Chris Martin, Little Simz, Nile Rodgers, Boy George and Yungblud. Also confirmed to feature in the series are Pete Doherty and Carl Barat of The Libertines, Mark Ronson, Questlove, Black Eyed Peas, Soul II Soul’s Jazzie B, Chuck D and Sister Bliss from Faithless.The upcoming series is produced by Lightbox, the production company founded by Academy-Award-winning producer Simon Chinn and Emmy-winning producer Jonathan Chinn in association with Day One Pictures, the production company co-founded by Amy Winehouse’s original manager Nick Shymansky and Radical22.Asif Kapadia is the series director, while the individual episodes will be directed by Toby Trackman, Yemi Bamiro and Sarah Lambert.Check out the first-look images of ‘Camden’ below.Camden is a four-part series and will premiere exclusively on Disney+ in May 2024.
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The Libertines still want to break America: “Trouble is, Pete’s been banned there for the past 20 years”
The Libertines have revealed that they still have the ambition to break America, despite frontman Pete Doherty being “banned” from the country for two decades.The British indie icons reflected on the success of their career over the past 20 years during a new interview with The Sun (via Music News), and revealed that there is still a part of them that wishes they could take their music across the pond.The discussion came in light of their recently released album, ‘All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade’, which was their first full-length LP in nearly a decade and the follow-up to 2015’s ‘Anthems for Doomed Youth’.Opening up about their hopes to take the album into the States, Carl Barat opened up about the struggles they have faced with the prospect over their career. “Trouble is, Pete’s been banned there for the past 20 years,” he said, explaining how Doherty’s well-documented struggles with addiction have led to various legal issues, and prevented the band from heading Stateside.He continued, going on to share how, although the frontman’s sobriety may help them overcome their previous obstacles, they still have no idea what size their audience would be outside of the UK and Europe.“We don’t know what we’re worth ticket-wise — it could be Madison Square Garden or a local bar,” he pondered.
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The Libertines announce autumn 2024 UK and Ireland tour
The Libertines have announced a 2024 UK and Ireland tour kicking off in September – find all the details below.The band will be embarking on a 16-date tour in support of new album ‘All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade‘ (out March 15), opening at Dublin’s 3Olympia Theatre on September 23, before continuing onto UK shows in Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool and more.Pete Doherty, Carl Barat and co. will then play two nights at London’s Roundhouse on October 30 and 31, before performing their remaining shows in early November, concluding at the Albert Hall Manchester on November 7.Fans can pre-order the new album here to get ticket pre-sale access from 9am GMT on Wednesday (February 21), while general sale tickets can be purchased from 9am GMT Friday (February 23) here.A post shared by The Libertines (@thelibertines)SEPTEMBER23 – Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre24 – Belfast, The Telegraph BuildingOCTOBER3 – Birmingham, O2 Academy4 – Norwich, UEA5 – Cambridge, The Corn Exchange7 – Cardiff, Great Hall8 – Bristol, O2 Academy18 – Glasgow, Barrowland Ballroom19 – Liverpool, Mountford Hall21 – Nottingham, Rock City22 – Leeds, O2 Academy30 – London, Roundhouse31 – London, RoundhouseNOVEMBER4 – Sheffield, The Octagon5 – Newcastle, NX7 – Manchester, Albert HallThe Libertines spoke to NME in October last year about ‘All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade’, with Barat explaining that they were all “facing in the same direction” for this record.Doherty elaborated: “All we want to do is write beautiful songs.
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