Geoff Lloyd of Absolute Radio in London spoke to The Charlatans about their history as a band, if they ever came close to splitting up, their eleventh studio album, ‘Who We Touch’, working with Youth on the project, and how they are at saving band materials. Watch the interview via YouTube below.
The Charlatans are out with the music video to their new single ‘My Foolish Pride’, released September 20th on download and limited 7″. Pre-order at recordstore.co.uk. The Charlatans new album ‘Who We Touch’ is out now on standard release and a deluxe 2XCD version with a bonus CD of early versions, out-takes, alternate takes and mixes. Watch the video via YouTube below.
Tim Burgess, lead singer of The Charlatans, performed an exclusive live acoustic rendition of his track ‘Black Heart, Blank Mind’ from the NME ‘Love Music Hate Racism’ cover-mount CD, free with the UK music mag’s latest issue. Burgess described the lyrics, which was embedded in his performance. Watch it via YouTube below.
The Extra Venue’s All Back To Mine features The Charlatans UK offering a tour of their Manchester, England hometown. They hit their favorite record shop, pub, and their first recording studio while recalling early days of the group. They wrapped up with an acoustic performance of ‘Blackened Blue Eyes’. Watch it via Yahoo! Music UK & Ireland below.
The Charlatans UK performed in concert on Friday (May 12) at the Manchester Carling Apollo in Manchester, England. Check out pictures from WireImage.
The Charlatans performed their new single ‘Blackened Blue Eyes’ on ‘Top Of The Pops’, aired Sunday (April 16). Watch a 30-second clip from the performance at BBC.co.uk.
‘Popworld’ featured The Charlatans on The Big Ones on Saturday (April 8). Guitarist Mark Collins talked about his family tree, running into perverts, wearing black underpants, while singer Tim Burgess discussed eating tongue sausage, getting sweaty, and big moustaches. Watch the interview here.