The Fratellis - Half Drunk Under a Full Moon + Ticket To Out Store
The Fratellis - Half Drunk Under a Full Moon + Ticket To Out Store

The Fratellis - Half Drunk Under a Full Moon + Ticket To Out Store

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Pre Order Released 02/04/21Vinilo Record Store Present The Fratellis - Half Drunk Under a Full MoonLive Album Out Store The 1865 Southampton 10.9.21Age Restrictions – all ages, under 16's to be accompanied by an adultDoor/Start Time – 7pm / 11pm curfewA message from the band:We are delighted to announce this very intimate album launch show for Vinilo Records’ customers to celebrate the release of The Fratellis’ new album 'Half Drunk Under A Full Moon'. The Fratellis have a very special request to make to fans desperate to see the band live again- “We will be giving all profits from this 8 date U.K. tour to independent record stores and The Fratellis’ road crew, who have been unable to work for over a year. Some of the crew have been with us since day 1 way back in 2005 so we are asking fans to buy these incredible cheap album bundles (cheapest are only £3.49 more than a gig ticket!) rather than individual gig tickets so we can help support Vinilo Records and our wonderful crew. Thank you, and we can’t wait to see you all in a real venue with real, actual people in the same room! Love always, The Fratellis x” please read our event terms and conditions here If you thought you knew The Fratellis, think again. ‘Half Drunk Under A Full Moon’, the Glasgowband’s sixth album, is a kaleidoscopic delight full of surprises. Yes, there are twists on the stompingsing-alongs with which the trio first found fame, but there are also lush, hook-filled pop songs steepedin brass and strings like ‘Need A Little Love’, a song so sweet and immediate it’s as instantly familiaras an old friend. "So good... cascading melodies, a symphony, the sound we want to hear. This is as good as it gets."-Chris Evans, Virgin Radio