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Friday
Feb042011

True Confessions from The Undertones

True Confessions: Singles = A’s + B’s
Released: April 4th 2011
Cat No. SALVOMDCD21

It's been 33 years since The Undertones ripped a Derry-shaped hole in the public consciousness with 'Teenage Kicks', a perfectly-crafted pop/punk-straddling tour de force and John Peel's favourite ever song. Though their debut set the bar impossibly high, the hits didn't stop with it: True Confessions catalogues all of the band's singles from Teenage Kicks to Jimmy Jimmy; My Perfect Cousin to Here Comes The Summer and more, together with all their fantastic B-sides.

The album includes a 16-page full colour booklet with liner notes from Paul Lester and track-by-track comments from band member Michael Bradley.

The 32 tracks on the record include Teenage Kicks, Here Comes The Summer, Jimmy Jimmy, My Perfect Cousin, The Love Parade and many more

The Undertones - UK Tour Dates

31/03/2011 Glasgow, King Tuts
01/04/2011 Birmingham, O2 Academy 2
02/04/2011 York, Fibbers
07/04/2011 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
08/04/2011 Southampton, The Brook
09/04/2011 Plymouth, White Rabbit
10/04/2011 Bristol, Thekla
14/04/2011 Liverpool, O2 Academy 2
15/04/2011 Manchester, Academy 3
16/04/2011 London, The Garage

For all press enquiries please contact James Parrish at Prescription PR at james@prescriptionpr.co.uk.

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