The ‘Ho Hey’ hitmakers celebrate the beauty of love in the visuals for their latest single.
Hi third LP with Island Records (A&M in the U.S), the record propelled the young singer-songwriter into superstardom in the early 1970s.
From unsung talent to international star, the film ‘Searching For Sugar Man’ resurrected the legend of the once-forgotten singer-songwriter Sixto Rodriguez.
The trek will feature twelve dates, kicking-off in Maidenhead on Thursday, October 14,
A combination of the COVID threat and lack of UK governmental support has forced the band to postpone the event until next year.
Released digitally, the new EP is now available through Decca Records.
The new children’s book is being published in time to celebrate the iconic song’s 50th anniversary.
The new clip offers a poignant message of hope for 2021.
Proceeds from the song, and its poignant video, will benefit NIVA’s Emergency Relief Fund.
The new book will focus on the star's early years and his work with Fairport Convention and with former wife, Linda Thompson.
The song is accompanied by a striking stop-frame animated video from acclaimed director Chris Hopewell, Jacknife Films and Black Dog Films.
The campaign aims to raise money for grassroots music venues at risk of closure owing to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The newly-reimagined track will also feature on the upcoming 'Tea For The Tillerman²' album, due for release on September 18 via UMe.
‘I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight’, ‘Hokey Pokey’ and ‘Pour Down Like Silver’ will all be back on wax in September.
The duo accompanied the video with an announcement for a charity livestream on August 7, with proceeds going to Indigenous non-profit, Honor the Earth.