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Gabriel Bruce LP for October
NME reports that Sleep Paralysis, Perfect Weather and Dark Lights, Shine Loud are among the other numbers that will be contained within the record.
Fans of the singer will be pleased to hear that he has revealed that the LP is due to hit the shelves before the year is out, with the date of October 22nd having been inked in for its release. The record has been given the title Love In Arms.
But those who fancy getting know this singer's work a little better before his LP arrives can grab themselves a complimentary EP via the singer's website.
According to NME, the lead singer of Twenty Nothing band Spector, Fred MacPherson, has said that he is friends with Bruce and that the signer is 'brilliant'.
"He makes really dark, bleak organ music, which when you hear it, you think would mean he'd never get a deal – but he has and he really deserves it, he's brilliant," said MacPherson.
Published by AW.Posted on 15 Aug 2012 16:40 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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