Patchwork Grace release new single and video
Nottingham rockers Patchwork Grace are set to release a new single titled “To The Disco” from their forthcoming album, Vincent on December 12th.
The song is the first new release from the band in 12 months and the first to feature new bassist Scott O’Connor who joined about a year ago.
To the Disco was recorded at Outhouse Studios in Reading during sessions for the new album Vincent. The album was produced by John Mitchell who has recorded and mixed YouMeAtSix, The Blackout, Alterbridge and Funeral For A Friend amongst others at Outhouse Studios. Jon Astley (Tori Amos, the Who, David Bowie) mastered the tracks.
Vincent was self-funded and the money that Patchwork Grace won when they were voted the UK’s nest unsigned female-fronted band by listeners to Kate Laswler’s Kerrang! Radio drive-time show helped fund the album.
Vocalist Tori Tea said: “it’s exciting to be finally letting people hear what we’ve been working on for the past 12 months. This track will give everyone an idea of what to expect from Vincent. We worked really hard to ensure that our sound was unique and that we didn’t sound like just another ‘run of the mill’ alternative rock band. Working with both John Mitchell and Jon Astley, who both have fantastic pedigrees, allowed us to produce something that is truly special.”
The band play the following shows in 2011:
Tuesday November 29th Dublin Castle Camden Town, London
Saturday December 3rd Frog & Nightgown Worksop
Wednesday December 7th The Vic Inn, Derby
To The Disco will be available from December 12th via the MGR label distributed by Nova on all digital download sites. For more on Patchwork Grace, visit www.facebook.com/patchworkgrace