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THE RETURN OF PURESSENCE
By CA09 March 2011

Much-loved local indie veterans Puressence release their fifth studio album "Solid State Recital" on Thursday 12st April with a launch gig at Manchester Ritz the same night, and you can pre-order a signed copy of the album plus gig ticket together for just 20 courtesy of Townsend Records on the link below - you can also buy extra tickets there for 15.

Featuring tracks such as 'Waters Edge', 'Solid State Recital', 'Destiny', 'In Harms Way', 'Another World' and 'Burma' the album is currently only available as part of this exclusive event, customers will simply collect their albums upon arrival at the venue. You can listen to a preview of 'Burma' via tha band's website.

Support at the Ritz show will come from South Yorkshire's finest psychedelics Exit Calm, with Loop-Aznavour opening proceedings. Exit Calm should be no strangers to regular MM readers (just use the search button and you'll find we've been effectively stalking them for years - they are very good though) whilst Loop-Aznavour is David Cordwell, a musician from Bury, who records songs and makes videos in his home studio and "is currently learning to play the theremin". Let's hope he's got that nailed by April. Puressence will also be playing in London the night before (20th April) at the Borderline, and tickets for that are available via Seetickets.


Resources:
Puressence
Exit Calm
Loop Aznavour
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