You can now watch the making of “Belfast – Place Of My Soul” filmed at Start Together Studios in the Oh Yeah Music Centre in Belfast. Read more about the collaboration here.
TTB: Your new song features Terri Hooley, Snow Patrol’s Nathan Connolly & your brother Iain Archer. How did this collaboration come together? Can you tell us about the writing / recording process? Paul: Such an honour and a privilege to have Terri, Nathan and Iain all together on this new single about our inspiring, magnificent… Read More ›
Burning Codes to release new single “Belfast – Place Of My Soul” featuring Terri Hooley, Nathan Connolly & Iain Archer
Delighted to confirm that our new single – ” Belfast – Place Of My Soul ” featuring Mr. Terri Hooley of Good Vibrations Records and the godfather of Irish punk, indeed the man who released the wonderful ” Teenage Kicks ” by The Undertones, and the incredible Mr. Nathan Connolly of close friends and brothers… Read More ›
Nathan and some familiar friends (including Dave Magee of Little Matador, Iain Archer, Tim Wheeler of Ash, and Duke Special) are set to play a benefit show for Terri Hooley this Sunday, December 28, with additional special guests to be announced. The show is 18+, and tickets are £10. The event will be held at Limelight… Read More ›
Snow Patrol’s official site has just announced that Gary will be playing an acoustic benefit show shortly before Christmas. From the site: Gary will be performing a solo acoustic show 23 December (doors at 6pm, show at 6:30pm) at Bangor Abbey in Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland. He will be joined by Nathan Connolly and Iain Archer,… Read More ›
The lovely Paul from Burning Codes just posted about some exciting collaborations on his facebook page. Their next album will be called ‘Hope is Our Lightning’ and will be out next November. We will continue to keep you up to date, in the meantime go here for Burning Codes’ official website that features a blog and here to ‘like’… Read More ›
Snow Patrol are to stage a huge homecoming concert for their Northern Ireland fans later this year, the band’s lead singer Gary Lightbody has revealed. In an exclusive interview with the Belfast Telegraph the Bangor-born frontman said plans are under way to organise a show in the latter half of the year.
Iain Archer just twittered this: Just played impromptu lap steel with snow patrol at Shepherds Bush Empire. Sometimes skin of yer teeth is the best skin ya can wear…