Tindersticks to celebrate 21st anniversary at Vicar St

Plus details of several other exciting projects...

As they prepare to mark the 20th anniversary of their eponymous debut record, Tindersticks have announced details of their Irish return.

The long-running Nottingham outfit will celebrate their own 21st birthday with a gig at Vicar St on October 24, with new album Across Six Leap Years scheduled for release on October 11.

Further plans to mark the band's milestone are afoot, with singer/writer Stuart A. Staples set to release the book Singing Skies with his wife, painter Suzanne Osborne. The book features her work from A Year In Small Paintings and also marks the first time that Stuart’s songs have been written down.

A busy year will also see the band unleash Les Salauds a new soundtrack album for the renowned film director Claire Denis.

 

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