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Badly Drawn Boy Unveils Video & Tour Details

| On 16, Sep 2010

BADLY DRAWN BOY, aka Damon Gough, releases his new single ‘Too Many Miracles’ on October 3rd.

A beautiful animated video to the track, created by Willy Mason’s brother Sam Mason, can be watched here:

The single is the first to be taken from his forthcoming new album ‘It’s What I’m Thinking Part 1 – Photographing Snowflakes’, due for release the same week on Damon’s own new label, One Last Fruit.

‘Too Many Miracles’will be available to download at all the usual places on October 3rd but will also be available as 500 limited edition prints (reportage style shots covering a recent afternoon spent with Gough in his neck of the woods – Didsbury, near Manchester) the week before, each carrying a unique photograph of BADLY DRAWN BOY. Collect the set!  On the back of each print will be instructions on how to download the single.  This will be available from independent UK music retailers on September 27th. As part of the download package with the print, fans will get an exclusive version of “Shake The Rollercoaster”, a track that originally appeared on BDB’s first EP, re-recorded recently when Gough was putting his new album together.

The iTunes download single includes a remix of “Too Many Miracles” by Tim and Sam’s Tim and the Sam Band with Tim and Sam, one of a number of acts from the North West of England who will feature on “It’s What They’re Thinking”. This album is a version of the forthcoming BDB album that has been created to promote up and coming talent from and around Damon’s home town, and will be available in the limited edition deluxe box set of the new album, which can be pre-ordered now from

BADLY DRAWN BOYalso embarks on a full UK tour in October. The dates are;

Tuesday        5th London, Rough Trade, 7pm
Wednesday    13th Stockton, Arc Theatre
Friday           15th Nottingham, Albert Hall
Saturday       16th Scarborough, Spa Theatre
Sunday         17th Holmfirth, Picturedrome
Monday         18th Birmingham Town Hall
Wednesday    20th Glasgow, Old Fruit Market
Thursday       21st Manchester, Royal Northern College Of Music
Monday         25th Bristol, St Georges
Tuesday        26th Brighton, Duke of York’s
Wednesday    27th London, Bloomsbury Theatre
Thursday       28th London, Bloomsbury Theatre