Louis Eliot & The Embers – Keeping it rural this Christmas: new single 25th of the 12th

Here’s my official press release for the new Louis Eliot and The Embers single – 25th of the 12th.
It’s the only Christmas record you have to own this year. Available now to download from iTunes – the perfect pressie.

Louis Eliot & The Embers – Keeping it rural this Christmas
New single
– 25th of the 12th

“Louis Eliot’s sharp lyricism and easy song writing serves him well” NME
“True pop genius” The Times

‘Tis the season when the pop charts are decorated with X(mas) Factor fluff and plastic confectionary.
But, fear not, because Louis Eliot and The Embers are keeping it real and rural this Christmas with the release of their new single 25th of the 12th – available now on iTunes.
Think The Byrds putting their jangle to Kirsty McColl, or Sir John Betjeman on lyric duties for The Faces. (“Tupperware skies over slate and granite towns. Meet me down by the early English church, the frozen ground, the silent silver birch…”)
Add a cracker of a chorus that makes you feel like you got just what you always wanted, and there you have it – an irresistible slice of pastoral steam-powered pop to warm your winter spirits.

New album Kittow’s Moor out on Feb 8th, 2010.

For more information, please contact info@louiseliot.com  or Sean Hannam – hannamsean95@googlemail.com

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One comment on “Louis Eliot & The Embers – Keeping it rural this Christmas: new single 25th of the 12th

  1. Anonymous says:

    The only Xmas single worth listening to this year – on iTunes now.

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