Well as we know PRR are a very studio-intensive band. I guess all this time where we haven't heard too much they've been in the studio or perhaps at a tea house eating crumpets, who knows.
Anyways, they always to a Reading show and usually a London one too, at the start or end of a European tour. I would expect a UK tour to be in any 'worldwide plans', though InsideOut will no doubt send them on a very major European tour. Which is good, because the beer is very cheap in Europe.
Post by blondeambassador on Oct 1, 2007 17:14:02 GMT
Well spotted Tim, I'm impressed...I'd seen the Rocktoberfest thing- shame it's at the opposite end of the country on a Monday night! Hope the tour includes plenty of nice places...sofar PRR have led us to Paris, Berlin, Copenhagen and Gothenburg, I wonder where else they'll have up their sleeves! (Though yes, a London date certainly wouldn't go amiss...or a Leeds one come to think of it!)
Post by blondeambassador on Oct 2, 2007 13:56:18 GMT
Hmmm...I'd reckon Deus Ex Machina is about as new as it'll get, can't see them pulling out a load of new stuff for that gig- writing it for an album is one thing but PRR getting it together ready to play live with backing tracks etc usually takes a fair while.
Yeah, easy on there squier! I doubt that they can even play all of the LAST record live yet!!! Let alone a new one! I have never heard a band play the same set so many times! Surely even THEY must be bored of it by now!! The other thing I was wondering is that surely if they have signed to InsideOut (as Paul's myspace says) there would have been some kind of announcement? Let us 'fans' know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel after being dropped by Sony! Reassurance! Also noticed Chloe's belated birthday greeting to Paul via Myspace message! I thought they were meant to be in the studio! (nervously bites fingernails...)
Post by blondeambassador on Oct 3, 2007 14:57:03 GMT
I'm gonna take the positive angle (as always...) and say I wouldn't let that worry you too much, from what I've gathered about the way PRR record, it's rarely all four of them at the same time. Also, drum tracks are often done separately as they have to be done in a decent studio with a drum room. They are on insideout's artist list...don't know if they've always been there though because The Dark Third was released under it or whether that is artists actually signed to them.
Alright! go easy on me...I only 'suggested' that Southampton might be a breaker for some new stuff. I didn't reckon with supersleuth Harkins raining on my parade It's just when I hear a band say 'We're in the studio', I imagine a band well...in a studio, doing studio-like things. Doesn't Blondeambassador have their ear like she used to? If so, tell us what's happening
Chances are the announcement about labels hasn't been made because they don't what part of InsideOut they will be on. Last I was told it depended on the record they produced as to if they'd be on InsideOut or it's new sub-label Superball Music, which Oceansize last album came out on. Oceansize are doing well out the label funds wise though, they are doing a six week UK/Europe tour, and have a PROPER tour bus for once. Got to a decent studio with a great producer, made a music video and live DVD with a slighty exended music video budget. So if that's anything to go by PRR should do ok once the albums sorted...