Black Rivers were live in session on Dermot O’Leary yesterday (Sat Oct 25th) where they performed a brilliant live version of The Forest, a track taken from the debut album. It sounds fab live! They also did a beautiful version of the vastly underrated track Everybody’s Gotta Learn Sometime.
To listen to the session, click here.
The second Black Rivers single Voyager 1 is now available to purchase at all good digital outlets in the UK. Overseas from what I can tell, only iTunes has it!
Thanks to gibbo for throwing the punches to get the setlist!
The Manchester Evening News reviewed the gig. The general feeling is that its a good start, the new songs sound good though Jez is still getting used to being the ‘frontman’, though I’m sure that will come as they get more shows under their belt.
To read the review, click here.
Applescal has remixed Voyager 1, sounds pretty good too..
May I point you in the direction of an excellent debut lp that was recently released by Trojan Horse of Salford.
It is a genuinely excellent album, well worth checking out. They will win the award for the best artwork of the year, if you get a copy you will know what I mean.
In other news, Black Rivers are out on tour this week. Hope to bring you some coverage of the shows as I get it. Jez was recently interviewed by 5mag? Some interesting comments.. Doves are currently on ‘ice’ as we know, the name Black Rivers is taken from a lyric by the Fall!
To read the full interview, click here.
Today Black Rivers announced the details for their debut lp which is coming out February 16th 2015, the fab looking album cover pictured above.
1. Diamond Days
2. The Ship
3. The Forest
4. Harbour Lights
5. Voyager 1
6. Beyond The Pines
7. The Wind That Shakes The Barley
8. Age Of Innocence
9. Coral Sea
10. Deep Rivers Run Quiet
Visit Black Rivers official website for all the pre-order links, they got some signed copies available. They also announced they will be supporting Noel Gallagher in the UK and across Europe.
Jimi with his band once again performed in Liverpool as part of the Camp Furnace fest. As always Gibbo was in attendance, so we have him to thank for the pics & setlist! Kingdom of Rust was played for the first time this year. You can watch the performance on youtube here. Note a special guest appearance from Jimi’s manager Dave.
Setlist from the show..
Black Rivers setlist from their first show at Manchester Gullivers July 31st. You can win the signed setlist, by heading over to their facebook.
An excellent shot of Black Rivers live at the Liverpool Shipping Forecast by No Music No Life. Head over to the No Music No Life website for a complete album of excellent pics from the gig. Ta to Gibbo for the tip!
Jimi was also in action this weekend, along with Black Rivers at Kendal Calling. They played the fest on separate days so there was no chance at a cheeky reunion!
For one of the more unusual promo stunts.. Jimi & Jake pictured performing on a Virgin train on their way to Kendal Calling! For more pics, visit diymag.com
Black Rivers live at Gullivers in Manchester July 31st 2014 Pic by @FLC1889
Andy & Jez Williams aka Black Rivers started life in their new band earlier this evening with the debut live performance in Manchester. Kicking off with the instant fan favourite The Ship, the band went to play five further new tracks. No Doves material was played.
Lisa Gray of the Manchester Evening News was there, read her favourable review here. The band move onto Liverpool tomorrow (Friday) night.