A short update from one of our favorite foreign import labels…

John Coffey – debut on Sally
The Lionheart Brothers – new album
– The Hot Stewards – still going strong
The Spirit That Guides Us – tour

John Coffey
Have you ever created something beautiful, and then shot it to pieces? Then watch this!
The boys of John Coffey are about to release their awesome debut album Vanity, an awesome rock album that will put a smile on your face, especially if you like the old tstgu, Selfmindead and At The Drive-In. Come and check them out when they present their new album at the Ekko in Utrecht on the 22nd of October. Order your tickets here.
Pre-order
the album now and receive a free poster!

The Lionheart Brothers
Some of you probably already know but last year the Lionheart Brothers released one of their best records ever (as we may believe our A&R manager Minco) called Dizzy Kiss. We finally managed to get a few copies on cd and vinyl. Order the album now at youmakemusic.com.

The Hot Stewards
THS big in Japan? Check out this video. Still they are willing to talk with the Dutch broadcasting company, the NCRV in good old Zwolle, check out this lazy but funny interview with William and Roger Steward.

The Spirit That Guides Us
Next month, tstgu will do on another short tour in Holland and Germany. The Dutch shows will be with together with Face Tomorrow and John Coffey. Check tstgu’s myspace for tourdates.

Love,
Sally

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