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I am. Bring your cardigans and corduroys.
but I'm skint and I'll be seeing them at ATP anyway. I'll see how much money I have left on Sunday evening.
for Tenniscoats. the rumour that worlds end girlfriend was playing was mighty annoying.
Never gonna happen.
and I'll be bringing my Deerhunter tee and two-tone brogues.
If im not too tired from the DiS football and I find someone to go with
So, yeah, maybe
Rather lovely show; full collaborative set with Tenniscoats. They played all but two songs from the new album, Tenniscoats got a song to themselves, then they played one song each from Illumination/The Last Great Wilderness, and two surprise oldies (I won't spoil it for you).
Definitely worth going, but if you're expecting an hour and a half of back-to-back indiepop hits, you will be very disappointed.
has Glasgow's set list if anyone wants an idea of what is likely to be played.
and will no doubt see more of a greatest hits set at ATP.
but cardigans and cords are what i normally wear anyway.
quite interested to see tenniscoats too as i missed them earlier this year.
I hope there aren't too many cardigans and thick rimmed glasses.
By the way - can't find a rip of the album anywhere - very disappointing. I hope there are copies tonight.
I really like the new album, but I did expect a little more than just three songs that weren't from it, and perhaps some more Tenniscoats stuff. I dunno, it never really got going for me, and I could never really smile and let myself get into it when the drummer looked like she had the most massive grump on.
You went to a different gig, right?
but she was giving really bad glares towards the Tenniscoats lady.
I loved that Katrina seemed to be leading the band, and that the majority of the crowd was there without hearing the new record and really appreciated it just the same as another gig.
Can't wait now to get the new record.
The songs are generally fantastic and even when they hit the odd dud the charm of the seven of them won through.
(Who were the "other" tall white chaps, the flautist and guitarist?)
Is this what The Pastels will do at ATP? I'm not complaining - I can see others bitching about the hits....
And the other two guys were probably John Hogarty (guitar) and Tom Crossley (flute).
and it was definitely John Hogarty and Tom Crossley.