Alongside a post about new UK tour dates for Winter 2022, Electric Six have announced that they will be releasing a new album titled ‘Born to be Ridiculed’. Look out for more information soon.
You can now watch the promo video for Electric Six’s cover of ‘Yah Mo B There’, ahead of the release of their upcoming album ‘Streets of Gold’.
Dick Valentine has announced details of his sixth solo album, ‘Parrot People’, which is due out digitally on December 24th 2020, and can be ordered as a CD copy directly through his Instagram account.
Potential song titles include:
- ALLES KLAR FOR THE ENERGY PEEPS
- AND IT FEELS
- FEAR FOOTAGE
- FINGERPRINTS ON YOUR SOUL
- GREASING UP THE MONOLITH
- I AM PART OF THE PROBLEM
- I LOVE YOU I STEAL YOUR GAS
- NINE COURSE MEAL
- PARROT PEOPLE
- PHILISTINE WALTZES
- SLOW NIGHTS
- THE STRAIGHTJACKET SISTERS
- WHY YOU WAGING WAR ON ME, DIVIDER?
Electric Six have announced their third and final livestream event of 2020 called “It’s The Most Wonderful Time…Of The Least Wonderful Year”
Tickets can be bought now on electricsix.com.
Electric Six have announced two new albums for 2021: a covers album entitled ‘Streets of Gold’ and an as-yet untitled album of new material. We’ll post more as we get it.
Dick Valentine has announced a new solo album coming soon, entitled ‘Fear Footage’. More as we get it!
Electric Six have covered the song ‘Eye in the Sky’ by the Alan Parsons project for an upcoming compilation album. You can listen to it below.
Following the success of their first live streamed concert Electric Six have announced a follow-up with a hallowe’en theme for Friday 16th October. Click here to find out more.
You can now listen to the demo of a new track from the band on their Soundcloud page, with an isolation-filmed video for it promised soon.
ITV’s new Saturday night entertainment show The Masked Singer sees celebrities dress up in huge disguises to sing songs. When a mystery celebrity walks on stage as a chameleon (I’m not making this up, honest), Electric Six song ‘Danger! High Voltage’ plays.
(There are lots of adverts, and it’s only on for fifteen seconds though)