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Weekend Recovery are back with a brand-new album 'Esoteric'. Mixing equal measures of in-yer-face vox, overdriven guitars and straight-talking lyrics, it's this mix that's seeing the Sheffield indie-pop trio into editorial playlists on Apple, Deezer and YouTube alongside shows at Kendal Calling, Bingley Weekender and sell out dates including Corporation Sheffield.The first cuts from the record 'Chemtrails' and 'No Guts All The Glory' hit the airwaves with a bang, amassing plays on BBC Radio 1 Introducing (Gemma Bradley, Nels Hylton), BBC 6 Music (Steve Lamacq, Chris Hawkins, Fresh on the Net), Radio X (John Kennedy), Kerrang! Radio (Johnny Doom), Amazing Radio (Charlie Ashcroft, Shell Zenner, Frankie Francis), Absolute Radio (Frank Skinner), Planet Rock (Wyatt Wendels), BBC Sheffield (Christian Carlisle, Ellie Colton), BBC York (Jericho Keys), RTE 2 Ireland and as far as KEXP, Seattle and national USA station Sirius XM (Rodney Bingenheimer).The latest single 'No Saint' features Joel Arthur from local bandmates Hydeout and represents the harder edge in their third studio album. Out 26th May on Criminal Records, the album releases on digital, CD and coloured 12" vinyl.
Weekend Recovery are back with a brand-new album 'Esoteric'. Mixing equal measures of in-yer-face vox, overdriven guitars and straight-talking lyrics, it's this mix that's seeing the Sheffield indie-pop trio into editorial playlists on Apple, Deezer and YouTube alongside shows at Kendal Calling, Bingley Weekender and sell out dates including Corporation Sheffield.The first cuts from the record 'Chemtrails' and 'No Guts All The Glory' hit the airwaves with a bang, amassing plays on BBC Radio 1 Introducing (Gemma Bradley, Nels Hylton), BBC 6 Music (Steve Lamacq, Chris Hawkins, Fresh on the Net), Radio X (John Kennedy), Kerrang! Radio (Johnny Doom), Amazing Radio (Charlie Ashcroft, Shell Zenner, Frankie Francis), Absolute Radio (Frank Skinner), Planet Rock (Wyatt Wendels), BBC Sheffield (Christian Carlisle, Ellie Colton), BBC York (Jericho Keys), RTE 2 Ireland and as far as KEXP, Seattle and national USA station Sirius XM (Rodney Bingenheimer).The latest single 'No Saint' features Joel Arthur from local bandmates Hydeout and represents the harder edge in their third studio album. Out 26th May on Criminal Records, the album releases on digital, CD and coloured 12" vinyl.
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Weekend Recovery
Artist: Weekend Recovery
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Chemtrails
2. Dangerous
3. In the Crowd
4. I Don't Like You Anyway
5. Esoteric
6. The Knife
7. Her
8. No Guts All the Glory
9. No Saint
10. Insanity
11. The Fall
12. Oh Well
13. Departure Days

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Weekend Recovery are back with a brand-new album 'Esoteric'. Mixing equal measures of in-yer-face vox, overdriven guitars and straight-talking lyrics, it's this mix that's seeing the Sheffield indie-pop trio into editorial playlists on Apple, Deezer and YouTube alongside shows at Kendal Calling, Bingley Weekender and sell out dates including Corporation Sheffield.The first cuts from the record 'Chemtrails' and 'No Guts All The Glory' hit the airwaves with a bang, amassing plays on BBC Radio 1 Introducing (Gemma Bradley, Nels Hylton), BBC 6 Music (Steve Lamacq, Chris Hawkins, Fresh on the Net), Radio X (John Kennedy), Kerrang! Radio (Johnny Doom), Amazing Radio (Charlie Ashcroft, Shell Zenner, Frankie Francis), Absolute Radio (Frank Skinner), Planet Rock (Wyatt Wendels), BBC Sheffield (Christian Carlisle, Ellie Colton), BBC York (Jericho Keys), RTE 2 Ireland and as far as KEXP, Seattle and national USA station Sirius XM (Rodney Bingenheimer).The latest single 'No Saint' features Joel Arthur from local bandmates Hydeout and represents the harder edge in their third studio album. Out 26th May on Criminal Records, the album releases on digital, CD and coloured 12" vinyl.
        
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