Tellison reveal video for new single, ‘Wrecker’, bowling shirts and a tour

By Ben Tipple

Tellison will release ‘Wrecker’ as their next single, alongside the brand new b-side ‘Black Rhyme’.

Taken from their ‘Hope Fading Nightly’ LP, ‘Wrecker’ follows singles ‘Tact Is Dead’ and ‘Boy’, and will see release on the 11th December through Alcopop! Records.

“‘Wrecker’ is an autobiographical song about breaking things, relationships, people,” front man Stephen Davidson explains. “It’s a letter to the past, an admission of guilt and an apology all rolled into one. It’s about the quiet violence that carelessness and lack of action can wreak on relationships. How people can slowly fall out of love over months and years through a thousand tiny failures to care, to pay attention to one another, to remember why you fell in love in the first place.”

In true Tellison and Alcopop! Records style, the band have also released 4 bespoke bowling shirts. All are handmade, and finished with a Alcopop! Bowling Congress patch of 2015. They also also individually monogrammed, and don a ‘Wrecker’ insignia.

If that wasn’t enough, Tellison are also hitting the road in March and April 2016. Phew.

MARCH 2016
27 LEEDS The Wardrobe
28 CAMBRIDGE The Portland Arms
30 EDINBURGH The Mash House
31 BIRMINGHAM The Sunflower Lounge

APRIL 2016
01 MANCHESTER Sound Control
02 BEDFORD Esquires
03 BRISTOL Stag & Hounds
06 OXFORD The Wheatsheaf
07 LONDON The Garage

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