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TELLISON hit the road next week, in support of the release of ‘Collarbone’ out November 22nd!

| On 27, Oct 2010

TELLISON are finally set to release their first new material in a year with brand new limited 7” single ‘Collarbone’ and a digital EP (free when you pre order the 7”) featuring the single, new tracks ‘Mountain Mode’ and a demo version of ‘Experience’, remix of new album song ‘Edith’ and a Rolo Tomassi remix of ‘Collarbone’. The EP and single will be released in November 22nd through Big Scary Monsters (Andrew WK, Pulled Apart By Horses, Men) but available to pre-order online from…..now!!! Following their recent main support slot with Get Cape across his UK headline tour, TELLISON head out on their own headline tour, 5 small and intimate dates starting next Tuesday the 2nd Nov at The Lexington in London (all dates below). The band will also be performing at an in-store show at Banquet Records in Kingston on the day of release (Nov 22nd).

More details to come soon.

UK November headline dates (local supports apart from London):

Tuesday 2-NOV, LONDON – The Lexington (support from Robbie Redway, The Attika State and My First Tooth) / Weds 3-NOV, BIRMINGHAM – The Flapper

Thursday 4-NOV, LEEDS – Bar Santiago / Friday 5-NOV, GLASGOW – Captains Rest

Saturday 6-NOV, MANCHESTER – Night and Day

After a year of writing and a summer of recording (and playing Truck Festival), TELLISON have recently completed their second album with producer Peter Miles (The King Blues, Frank Turner, Futures), where they relocated to an old stately home in Scotland and made a mess for a month. The album is amazing. You will love it.

Live wise, over the last 2 years the band have covered the length and breadth of the UK building up a rabid fan-base, touring extensively as a headline act, along the way playing shows and joining tours with the likes of Good Shoes, I Was A Cub Scout, Walter Shriefels, Gallows, Emmy The Great, Mumford and Sons, Noah & the Whale, Frank Turner, Biffy Clyro, Bombay Bicycle Club, Sam Sparro, Johnny Foreigner, Esser, Tubelord, Rolo Tomassi and MC RUT