Teenage Fanclub

Scottish indie-pop survivors are still purging on and will be releasing a new record June 8, 2010 via Merge Records.  The track “Baby Lee” comes from the upcoming album titled Shadows.  Remnants of early 90s power pop still exist in their veins and in the track.  They will also be supporting it in the UK this spring.  Make sure to see these living pop legends live!

05.01.10 @ Koko in London, England
05.27.10 @ Academy 2 in Manchester, England
05.28.10 @ Leadmill in Sheffield, England
05.30.10 @ Academy in Dublin, Ireland
06.01.10 @ The Warehouse in Aberdeen, Scotland
06.02.10 @ ABC in Glasgow, Scotland
06.03.10 @ The Picture House in Edinburgh, Scotland
06.04.10 @ The Cockpit in Leeds, England
06.06.10 @ Academy in Bristol, England
06.07.10 @ Academy 2 in Birmingham, England

MP3: “Baby Lee


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