You can meet Jez, Jimmy and Andy on Saturday.
The Hot Press Signing Tent acts just keep on coming! Confirmed for Saturday at 6.30pm are mighty Mancunians – and hopeless Planxty fans – Doves.
The chaps are playing the O2 stage later that night at 10.05 pm.
The Doves are ringing in the holiday season with a concert in Dublin.Read More
Doves have had vintage years before, but none where they’ve hit the highs as consistently as they have in 2005.Read More
Stuart Clark chats to alt-popsters Doves.Read More
With the recently released Some Cities completing a trio of gorgeously layered masterpieces, Doves are the band many take for granted. Brilliance is expected, and we have become accustomed to excellence from the Manchester trio. If there was anything unexpected about their set at a sold out Olympia, it was that we may have forgotten beforehand just how special they really are.Read More
If there was anything unexpected about Doves set at a sold out Olympia, it was that we may have forgotten beforehand just how special they really are. It didn’t take long for one's memory to kick into gear.Read More
Some Cities rages with a certain urgency, the sounds of a stolen car ride, charging from the outset with ‘Some Cities’, a thumping, forceful track that impressively kicks off proceedings. However, after this, the album is ripe with lush, pastoral texture, and is Doves’ most uplifting and thoroughly confident work to date.Read More
Following on from their Mylo-fuelled invasion of Cork city, Heineken Green Room Sessions are bringing the Doves to County MayoRead More
Following in the footsteps of Joy Division, The Smiths and The Stone Roses, Mancunian rockers Doves have continued the tradition of musical excellence for which their hometown is internationally renowned. With their new opus Some Cities in the offing, vocalist Jimi Goodwin here discusses apocalyptic weather, urban decay and those abandoned recording sessions with Madonna’s producer.Read More
With their new album set for February release, Doves have scheduled live dates in Dublin and BelfastRead More
Grouse Lodge Studios will host the creation of the new William Orbit-produced Doves albumRead More
They ooze a confidence seldom seen before, certainly not on their rather haphazard visits to these shores over the years.Read More
With the last broadcast up for a Mercury and Slane just around the corner, Jimi Goodwin of Doves is happy to enthuse about Planxty, U2, The Streets and Sean O'Hagan. Just don't call his band "the new Radiohead"Read More
Doves - Mercury nominees, authors of the lovely The Last Broadcast, and consisting of one part "sensitive artist" to two parts "greedy bastards" - to play Dublin in mid-NovemberRead More
Thankfully for them, the Manchester three-piece deliver on the promise of their debut, as their sophomore effort is brimming with the kind of timeless guitar tunesmithery that marked their earlier workRead More
For much of the past decade one of the most common mantras heard was from unreconstructed Rock bands claiming that there'd always been a dance element to their music.Read More