The Sundowners and Edgar Jones & The Joneses are heading out on a national co-headlining tour in support of their upcoming albums on cult Liverpool label Skeleton Key Records.
They reach The Lexington on 1 May, with support from Cut Glass Kings. Tickets are available here.
Indie five-piece The Sundowners recorded their second LP ‘Cut The Master’ at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool with a series of collaborators including James Skelly and Rich Turvey (The Coral, She Drew The Gun, Blossoms) as well as Andy Votel, who co-produced two songs and assembled the interludes between album tracks. It’s set to be released on 21 April.
A regular mainstay of the Liverpool scene for over 20 years, Godfather of Scouse-Psych Edgar Jones returns from illness with ‘The Song of Day and Night’. Set for release on 14 April, the LP is being billed as his best since 2005’s acclaimed ‘Soothing Music for Stray Cats’. Jones got his big break when, as an 18 year old, he was picked to be the bassist for Echo and the Bunnymen’s Ian McCulloch. Since then he’s formed several groups, including The Stairs, and guested as a bass player for the likes of Paul Weller and Johnny Marr.