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9 thoughts on “ The Nightshift - Some Velvet Morning - Silence Will Kill You (CD, Album)

  1. Some Velvet Morning are a London based indie / alternative rock band. They have released 2 albums so far, "Silence Will Kill You" in and "Allies" in They have released 2 albums so far, "Silence Will Kill You" in and "Allies" in
  2. Some Velvet Morning first released 'Silence Will Kill You' in The album spawned two radio hits - 'Losing My Mind' and 'Propaganda'. Several tracks on the album were produced by Goldplay's Grammy award winning producer Rik Simpson. Until now the album was only available CD and digitally.
  3. ‘Silence Will Kill You’ 10th Anniversary Vinyl June 28th, Our debut album, ‘Silence Will Kill You’, was first released in Until now the album was only available on CD and digitally. Now on the 10th anniversary, we are releasing the album on limited edition # vinyl.
  4. GRTR!’s Dave Atkinson catches up with indie/alternative power trio Some Velvet Morning ahead of their upcoming headline gig at London’s iconic Scala venue next month. Desmond Lambert (vocals & guitar), Gavin Lambert (bass & vocals) and Rob Flanagan (drums) field the questions. What do the next few months hold for the band?
  5. Nov 29,  · Starline Entertainment is tuning up worldwide sales for the movie 'Kat And The Band', starring Ella Hunt and McFly's Dougie Poynter. The original music for the film is written and performed by Some Velvet Morning.
  6. Silence Will Kill You, an Album by Some Velvet Morning. Released 9 October (catalog no. RBE; CD). Genres: Indie Rock, Psychedelic Rock/5(2).
  7. Explore releases from Some Velvet Morning at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Some Velvet Morning at the Discogs Marketplace.
  8. Oct 15,  · London trio Some Velvet Morning release Silence Will Kill You. Wyclef Jean releases The Carnival II: Memoirs of an Immigrant. Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Levon Helm's new one is .
  9. Some Velvet Morning, formed by the Lambert brothers from North London, are influenced as much by 80s synth-pop as the guitar melodies and counter-melodies of U2’s The Edge. “A lot of bands start out the art school way,” says Des, “with a certain purpose.

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