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Spokes - We Can Make It Out - out on Counter Records



Spokes We Can Make It Out
Spokes - We Can Make It Out
(7"/Download) Counter Records COUNT034 /COUNTDNL034, 2010-11-15

Euphoric, heartfelt and utterly beautfiul, Spokes present We Can Make It Out, the first single from their forthcoming debut album, Everyone I Ever Met. Effortlessly blending together elements of shoegaze, folk and post-rock, its bittersweet joyfulness will purge your system of cynicism for a week. Its unique collective-choral vocals typify the energy of the forthcoming album as a whole. Ninja labelmate Yppah turns in a driving remix with a little more emphasis on the rhythm before Where Do I Sleep, an exlusive non-album track, takes the tempo down and shows just how intricately and beautifully the Spokes collective can make music. We Can Make It Out comes with a superb video by director Dan Lowe who himself has already achieved notoriety with a promo for Field Music which was nominated by RADAR for best budget video last year alongside luminaries such as Spike Jonze. This five piece based in Manchester are set to be one of the cult finds of the forthcoming year.

Spokes We Can Make It Out
Spokes - We Can Make It Out
(7"/Download) Counter Records COUNT034 /COUNTDNL034, 2010-11-15

Spokes - 'We Can Make It Out' (Yppah Remix) by Ninja Tune & Big Dada

Tracklisting 7":
A1. We Can Make It Out
B1. We Can Make It Out (Yppah Remix)

Note : Limited edition white label 7 inch

Tracklisting promo CD/Download :
01. We Can Make It Out (radio edit)
02. We Can Make It Out (Yppah Remix)
03. Where Do I Sleep ?
04. We Can Make It Out (album version)

Links:
Spokes :
spokesmakemusic.blogspot.com
myspace.com/spokessound
facebook.com/pages/Spokes/118723337803
twitter.com/Spokes_
Yppah :
ninjatune.net/ninja/artist.php?id=127
myspace.com/yppah
Counter Records :
counterrecords.com
http://www.myspace.com/counterspace
facebook.com/group.php?gid=8648025398
youtube.com/user/counterrecords


Press Release:
Euphoric, heartfelt and utterly beautfiul, Spokes present "We Can Make It Out," the first single from their forthcoming debut album, "Everyone I Ever Met". Effortlessly blending together elements of shoegaze, folk and post-rock, its bittersweet joyfulness will purge your system of cynicism for a week. Its unique collective-choral vocals typify the energy of the forthcoming album as a whole.

Ninja labelmate Yppah turns in a driving remix with a little more emphasis on the rhythm before "Where Do I Sleep," an exlusive non-album track, takes the tempo down and shows just how intricately and beautifully the Spokes collective can make music.

"We Can Make It Out" comes with a superb video by director Dan Lowe who himself has already achieved notoriety with a promo for Field Music which was nominated by RADAR for best budget video last year alongside luminaries such as Spike Jonze.

This five piece based in Manchester are set to be one of the cult finds of the forthcoming year.

Press:
"Spokes are yet another band freeing Manchester from Courteenersitis and deal in pastoral indie with a post-rock veneer that builds to glorious climaxes." (NME)
"Great rewards surely await the angelic Spokes" (Clash Magazine)
"It's incredibly easy to fall in love with an album when it takes in elements of slow-core, shoegaze, folk and pop music so effortlessly" (Boomkat)
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