Interview and Live Show
After appearing on the new Coco Electric album track "Tip Of My Tongue", George is going to join the band on stage at the "White Ink" album launch at the Lexington, Islington, on the 29th of July. Last week the highly regarded music journalist, J Saintil, interviewed George for The Glass Magazine. Click here to see the interview in full. More collaborations afoot with the Plastic Avengers due in September. The Avengers recorded house classics for labels such as NRK, 20:20 Vision, Glasgow Underground, Moody, and more in the late 90's. It seems the sultry baritone of Mr Demure has brought them out of retirement. To get a glimse of whats in the pipeline, click here.
At last, it's here. Pop to the shops or download, tell your friends. The Drifter is released! Available from all the usual suspects and, if you buy the good old fashioned CD, two bonus tracks too. A new video for the Liza B-side and CD bonus track Golden Brown will be up on this site, Youtube, Vimeo, and Myspace before the world cup is over. And if you want to listen to choice cuts from the album and selected nuggets from Georges back catalogue - click here.
New Single - Forthcoming Album
After a recent signing to the mighty Mahuta Recordings, George's new single Liza is due for release on 3 May 2010. The single is an ode to a great, insane Hollywood icon and is backed by George's cover of The Stranglers' Golden Brown.
It will also be the first single from his second LP The Drifter, due for release on 26 May 2010. Aside from Liza and the title track, the LP is produced by George and mixed by Luke and Liam May (Medicine8, Black Daniel). With a fuller sound and rich performances the LP is already gaining favourable attention.
Check the player on your right for previews of some of the LP.
With a scattering of live dates in London, outsider art music videos, podcasts and remix swaps abound, keep an eye here for imminent forthcoming news.
The Camden Head
George is performing a some choice tracks from his new album at The Camden Head alongside Black Daniel, The Boicotts and The Electric Red Drive. For a sneak preview to his forthcoming live shows (for only £1) make your way to The Camden Head, 100 Camden High Street, London, NW1 0LU on Saturday 6th of March, 8pm.
Some Kind Of Love
Settling down into 2010 and George ponders the question of love via his deep crates of music. There's a spot of imaginary busking, armchair philosophy and an exclusive track from that forthcoming LP, "The Drifter". The album, due for release on April 26th, was mixed by Luke and Liam from Black Daniel and is going to be released on Mahuta Recordings. The title track and first single, “Liza”, were produced by Marcas Lancaster and there’s a return from Demurettes of old as well as fresh blood. Free downloads, exclusives and news forthcoming as that ever important release date gets nearer.
Seasons Greetings. Click on the upside down Christmas tree to your left to download a high rez mp3 of “How Life Is”. Or click on THIS to download my latest podcast. Podcast X. Only a hint of yuletide reverie but more than generous dash of ‘merry’. Enjoy the forthcoming ‘daft days’ and have a very happy new year!
Well the nights are getting longer, days are getting colder and George is soo close to finishing the new lp it hurts. Watch this space for more news on this as it happens. Also – and completely out of the blue – George has been nominated for best dressed musician along with Calvin Harris, Biffy Clyro, Glasvegas, Codeine Velvet Club and The Aliens at this year’s Scottish Style Awards. You couldn’t make it up. Click on the picture to see. Also in the nominees list for scottish fashion goddess is George's long time muse Laura Lees. Laura embroidered the sleeve for "Boomtown Medallion" and is in the process of designing and embroidering the sleeve for George's new lp.
As of this month George has been taken under the wing of the fabulous Tummy Touch Music Group. Home to the likes of Tim 'Love' Lee, Crazy Girl, The Phenomenal Handclap Band not forgetting Tom Vek and even, once upon a time, Groove Armada, this, is very good news indeed. Watch this space.
Summer's begun with Georges third show for Diesel U Music Radio with guests Dot Allison (One Dove, Babyshambles) and Fred Deakin (Lemon Jelly). Recording of new material is under way throughout July for George’s second LP for August Day and his collaboration with Chicken Lip’s Stevie Kotey is set for release on Bear Funk Recordings around November.
Scottish Fashion Designer of the Year nominee Laura Lees has begun the task of designing the sleeve and stage wear for George’s forthcoming LP and 2010 Tour and the summer 09 edition of Demure’s Diaries is complete and ready for your listening pleasure. To cap it all off, click on the image above and download George’s cover of The Doors “People Are Strange” for free. Enjoy!
Spring's sprung and George has been enjoying the pace whilst spending a little time in the studio playing guitar for Riz Maslen (a.k.a. Neotropic) on her forthcoming lp “Equestrienne”. Writing with Roy Brown for their joint project is in full flow and two of Georges vintage podcasts have been uploaded to Jellycast as a precursor to two brand spanking new ones in June and July. More album and collaboration news afoot in the next few months and exclusive demo’s of new material to be uploaded here in June.
Click the link below to access Jellycast Demures Diaries site, scroll down the left hand grey menu & choose a show (Realplayer).Demures Diaries
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