Wiretap Records have released the third installment in their charity compilation series, Attention! A Wiretap Records Charity Compilation.
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London-based indie punks Burnt Tapes have been good enough to give you fine folks an exclusive first look into their recording process on their latest video. The tune selected for visualisation treatment is titled “Don’t Make Me Play Bocelli”.
The track is the second single from the much-anticipated album, Never Better, which is scheduled for release on February 22 via Lockjaw Records (UK/EU) and Wiretap Records (US). Pre-orders for the full-length effort are live now over at the Lockjaw Records website. You can also get your name in line for the spangly blue vinyl when its ready to ship here.
Burnt Tapes’s vocalist and guitarist, Phil Georgoulopoulos, had the following the say about the band’s debut album:
“It’s the first release that more closely represents who we want to be as a band, and I’m really excited to finally share it with everyone… You can expect a lot more self-deprecation and regret.”
The visuals for “Don’t Make Me Play Bocelli” were captured by Luigi Sibona at The Ranch Studios and you can check out the videographer’s work below.
Burnt Tapes’s previous multi-track release was the 2017 EP, Alterations.
NY’s Sketchy have released a split with London’s The Burnt Tapes on 7-10 Split Records and Disconnect Disconnect Records. You can pre-order the flexi of the split here and get an immediate download or stream it below.
Sketchy’s last release was 2015’s “I Wanted This To Go Different.” The Burnt Tapes last release was an EP in 2014 called “Wasted History.”