June 2002 and the doors to the Saint Etienne Disco open. The most extensive Saint Etienne Discography found on the web. Every item includes both picture and info if possible. All items are placed based on time period and catalog number. So if you don't see it at first please do look around. Its probably logically buried somewhere. We'd like to thank Saint Etienne and all the Saint Etienne Fans for making this site possible. Please feel free to contact us with info that is missing from this site and we will add it in. Please also contact us to challenge any of the information you find in this site. We want it to be as accurate as possible. Please contact josh with additions.

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Merchandise Links Acknowledgements

Click here to join the Saint Etienne Disco Facebook Group (Opened December 25th, 2016)


2017 News

August



August 15
Source: Facebook

Xmas 2017 tour dates announced

OK, so it's only August but we're planning ahead. Christmas just isn't Christmas without the Saint Etienne Christmas shows, so this year we'll be playing a string of dates across the UK in celebration of the festive season. Come and join us in Holmfirth, Glasgow, Manchester, Bristol, London or on the south coast at Bexhill. All tickets go on sale at 9am this Friday via the links below.

We'll be bringing you news of some special guests very soon.

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August 14
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Saint Etienne

December Tour Dates

Sat 02 Manchester O2 Ritz
Sat 09 London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

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August 12
Saint Etienne recently started releasing Special Editions of all their early albums. Finisterre was the seventh Special Edition released on 2XCD. With this release and having access to a scanner the Finisterre section of the Disco has been significantly updated. Check it out.

Finisterre Section


August 11
Source Facebook:

Saint Etienne

European Tour Dates

We’re pleased to announce a string of European shows this autumn. We’ll be visiting Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Germany and Spain during October and November. Full details of cities, venues and links to buy tickets are listed below.

We’re not forgetting the rest of Europe and hope to fill the gaps during early 2018.

We will also be bringing you news of a 6 date UK Christmas tour early next week.

Looking forward to seeing you at one of the following……

October

Mon 23 Copenhagen - Pumpehuset
Tue 24 Gothenburg - Stora Teatren
Wed 25 Stockholm - Kagelbanen

November

Sun 05 Helsinki - Korjamma
Mon 06 Berlin - Columbia Theatre
Tue 07 Madrid - Sala Butte
Wed 08 Barcelona - Razzmatazz

Source Twitter:

What Hi-Fi

Saint Etienne's Bob Stanley: pop polymath and non-musician

I had a chat with @WHFplaylist about hi-fi, minidiscs, that sort of thing

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August 10
Source Twitter:

BBC

The Erotic Songs lost in translation

Many musicians have tried to interpret the French legend Serge Gainsbourg’s songs – but no one more successfully than his lover and muse Jane Birkin, writes Cath Pound.

Interviewed Jane Birkin, Jarvis Cocker and Bob Stanley about interpreting Serge

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August 7
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Saint Etienne announce ‘Dive’ EPs via Brooklyn Vegan (listen to the Greg Wilson & Derek Kaye remix)

Also the singles went on sale today in the Saint Etienne Store

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Purchase CDs


August 6
Saint Etienne recently started releasing Special Editions of all their early albums. Sound Of Water was the sixth Special Edition released on 2XCD. With this release and having access to a scanner the Sound Of Water section of the Disco has been significantly updated. Check it out.

Sound Of Water Section


August 2
Source Facebook:

The second single from the new album is about to be released on September 8th called Dive on 12 Inch and 2 X CD Single

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August 1
Although The Misadventures Of Saint Etienne Album/Soundtrack has not been reissued the Disco has been updated. Check it out.

The Misadventures Of SE Section
Saint Etienne recently started releasing Special Editions of all their early albums. Continental, considered a compilation, was the fifth Special Edition released on 2XCD. With this release and having access to a scanner the Continental section in the compilation section of the Disco has been significantly updated. Check it out.

Continental Section
Saint Etienne recently started releasing Special Editions of all their early albums. Good Humor was the fourth Special Edition released on 2XCD. With this release and having access to a scanner the Good Humor section of the Disco has been significantly updated. Check it out.

Good Humor Section
Saint Etienne recently started releasing Special Editions of all their early albums. Tiger Bay was the third Special Edition released on 2XCD. With this release and having access to a scanner the Tiger Bay section of the Disco has been significantly updated. Check it out.

Tiger Bay Section
Saint Etienne recently started releasing Special Editions of all their early albums. So Tough was the second Special Edition released on 2XCD. With this release and having access to a scanner the So Tough section of the Disco has been significantly updated. Check it out.

So Tough Section
Saint Etienne recently started releasing Special Editions of all their early albums. They started with Foxbase Alpha, aligning with the 25 Anniversary of that album. With this release and having access to a scanner the Foxbase Alpha section of the Disco has been significantly updated. Check it out.

Foxbase Alpha Section

July

July 28
Concert - Port Eliot Festival

St Germans, Saltash, Cornwall, UK

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July 21
Source Twitter:

Heavenly Records are auctioning their So Tough silver disc to raise money for the Grenfell fund

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July 20
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Record Collector, #469, August 2017 article by Bob

Includes Bob's column on (possibly) the earliest concept album by Mel Torme

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Exclusive Video Premiere: Heather

Interview Magazine

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July 17
Bob will be playing a selection of fine records from 1969 on @sohoradio, Monday, 2 til 4.

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July 10
Source: Facebook SE Disco Page

Brand new single Dive is getting released and an insider shares photos of the test pressings of a 2 CD set

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July 8
Brand new album by the Warm Digits released on August 4th, 2017 has a track called Growth Of Raindrops and features Sarah Cracknell

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Sarah Cracknell Collaborations

June

June 29

Source Twitter and Facebook:

The Quay Sessions - Glasgow with Roddy Hart

To round off the current series of The Quay Sessions in style, join Roddy Hart down by the River Clyde for a live broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland.

Performing on the night will be Saint Etienne. The trio of Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs racked up a string of indie-dance hit singles in the 1990s including Nothing Can Stop Us, He’s On The Phone and You’re In A Bad Way. Their blend of 1960s pop with a modern electronic sensibility shines bright as ever in their brand new album Home Counties.

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June 28

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The Video for the first single Magpie Eyes is released.

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In Issue 10 of Mundial Magazine, the guys spoke with Bob Stanley about Saint Etienne's new album & non-league love affairs.

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June 26

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Monocle #105

nice piece on 'Home Counties' in the new issue of Monocle

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June 25

Source Twitter:

Classic Pop Magazine #30

There’s also something for the indie fans among you as we chat to all three members of St Etienne and take a look at the remarkable story of Creation Records.

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June 23

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Home Counties Merchandise

Now Available in the Saint Etienne Shop

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June 22

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Record Collector, #468, July 2017 article by Bob

Bob Stanley's unique perspectives on The Shadows

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June 21

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This Music Made Me: Saint Etienne

Each member of the band pick their three favourite albums that shaped their musical lives

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Music OMH Article



June 19

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Bob Stanley on Soho Radio Show

On today from 2 til 4. Wonderful music from 1958 and 1980

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June 15

Source Twitter:

47 plaques will be unveiled on #BBCMusicDay, recognizing pioneering musicians and venues around the UK

Bob unveiled a blue plaque for Sandy Denny on #BBCMusicDay, outside Byfield Village Hall, Northants.

Bob was also on @BBCNorthampton tomorrow from 12 with Helen Blaby.

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June 12

Source Twitter:

RadcliffeMaconieShow BBC 2:30

Happy Monday everybody, Saint Etienne @bobpetesarah pop by the show today!

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June 11

Concert

Manchester, RNCM Theatre, UK

Opener: Kero Kero Bonito

Home Counties UK Tour

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June 10

Concert

Sheffield, City Hall Ballroom, UK

Opener: Kero Kero Bonito

Home Counties UK Tour

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Setlist



June 09

Concert

Edinburgh, Queens Hall, UK

Opener: Kero Kero Bonito

Home Counties UK Tour

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June 08

Concert

Gateshead, Sage, UK

Opener: Kero Kero Bonito

Home Counties UK Tour

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June 07

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Tour Playlist

"Here’s a small selection of songs we’ve been listening to on our tour bus to while away the hours. It’s can be a long drive from Bexhill to Exeter! There’s a great feeling of camaraderie on tour, many jokes shared, political discussion, partying and a little bit of snoozing. Cameron Crowe portrays all of this really well in his film 'Almost Famous' so we felt it only fair to include 'Tiny Dancer.'" - Sarah Cracknell

Playlist

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Allmusic Interview

Saint Etienne's Sarah Cracknell Describes Her Band's Return to the 'Home Counties'

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June 06

Concert

Bexhill-On-Sea, De La Warr, UK

Home Counties UK Tour

Rescheduled to December 10, 2017

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June 5

Concert

Cardiff, Tramshed, Wales/UK

Home Counties UK Tour

Opener: Kero Kero Bonito

Rescheduled from June 03, 2017

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Those purchasing Home Counties from Glasgow's Monorail this week should receive a little something extra.....

Autographed sticker with purchase

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June 4

Concert

Birmingham, Birmingham Town Hall, UK

Opener: Kero Kero Bonito

Home Counties UK Tour

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Dusk Dubs

This week we have the pleasure of inviting Saint Etienne Official to the Dusk Dubs family as Pete Wiggs compiles a sublime selection....

"I’ve ended up going for the crepuscular end of the dusk dubs spectrum, a selection to take you from the sun passing over the horizon to a spot of campfire introspection. These are some of my favourite tracks from across the years that I find myself coming back to again and again. Hope you like my selection."
[[ Pete Wiggs ]]

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June 03

Concert

Cardiff, Tramshed, Wales/UK

Home Counties UK Tour

Rescheduled to June 05, 2017 due to UEFA Champion’s League Final

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Truck Store

Acoustic In-Store and Signing

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June 2

Concert

London, Royal Festival Hall, UK

Opener: Kero Kero Bonito

Home Counties UK Tour

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Brand new album called Home Counties is officially released today and is available on 2XLP, CD, and Cassette.

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Home Counties Section

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Yasmeen Khan was Delighted that the glorious Saint Etienne (@bobpetesarah) would be joining her today on @talkRADIO on Drive between 4-7 pm.

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June 1

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Look what started appearing in Tube stations in the UK

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Rank Your Records: Bob Stanley Expertly Appraises Saint Etienne’s Eight Full-Lengths

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Noisey-Vice Article

May

May 31

Concert - Primavera Sound Festival

Barcelona, Parc del Fòrum, Spain

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May 30

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Saint Etienne Remix of Kero Kero Bonito's song Trampolene

Can be found on the Japanese version of the Bands CD.

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May 29

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UK Tour - Manchester Sunday 11th June

We're playing one of our favourite northern venues in a couple of weeks time and looking forward to this one a lot.

We'll be playing songs from our new album 'Home Counties' (released next Friday 2nd) plus live favourites and a few surprises from our back catalogue.

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May 27

Concert - Bestivsl Presents Common People

Oxford, South Park, UK

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May 26

Concert

Hebden Bridge, Trades Club, UK

Home Counties UK Tour Warm Up Gig

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Signed Promo Poster For Sale At Gig



May 25

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Anyone fancy a brew?

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Record Collector, #467, June 2017 article by Bob

My @RecCollMag column this month is on the Girl Group compilations that changed my life, and @cha_chacharming's great new Honeybeat comp.

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Home Counties - 9/10 in Uncut

A great 9/10 review for Home Counties in the new edition of Uncut. The record will be in shops (physical and otherwise) around the world from next Friday 2nd June. Our UK tour kicks off that night at the Royal Festival Hall in London and continues

Magazine Article



May 24

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INTERVIEW: Brooklyn Vegan

Saint Etienne’s Bob Stanley talks new LP, Kane West remix, tour & more in BV interview

Photo by Rob Baker Ashton

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May 23

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Pete Paphides had Saint Etienne doing three songs LIVE IN SESSION on his soho radio show.

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THE COUNTRY ISN’T RUN BY LONDONERS...

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May 22

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Mojo Magazine

“Naturally, every song is a fully formed gem” 4/5 “Would that every pop album were this astute and poignant”

Review

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Bob Stanley on Soho Radio Show

“Getting ready for my first ever @sohoradio show tomorrow (may 22), I'll be on from 2pm til 4pm. Quite excited!”

"My first @sohoradio show is on from 2-4 this afternoon. I will be playing something by Chuck Jackson."

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Premiere: Villagers Remixes Saint Etienne's 'Magpie Eyes'

Photo by Rob Baker Ashton

Clash Magazine

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Sarah chats to Skiddle...

Saint Etienne interview: A Homecoming

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May 21

Source Facebook:

Some Product!!

Finished stock of 'Home Counties' has just arrived and is being prepared for shipping. We're absolutely delighted with the way everything has turned out and sure you will be too. Artist Scott King has done us proud.

For those of you who have already pre-ordered expect delivery during the week of May 27th.

Those who order from the Saint Etienne store will receive an exclusive art print and do-it-yourself sticker sheet. Those who order the CD/Vinyl/Cassette bundle will receive an art print signed by Bob, Pete and Sarah plus sticker sheet.

Please note these extras come free with pre-orders only and won't be available anywhere after the album is released on June 2nd. The hand stickered edition of the vinyl album is strictly limited and once sold out (we are running low already) the design will change to a version where the stickers are printed as part of the design.

All vinyl copies (limited run and standard) come with a specially designed postcard with download code for the music. We will be carrying Vinyl and CD stock on the upcoming UK tour as well as a new line of 'Home Counties' merchandise. We're really pleased with "Home Counties' and sure you will be too!! xxx

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Asunder - Written/produced by Bob Stanley

Tyneside Cinema Newcastle upon Tyne - 7:30

A film tribute to the people of the North East who lived, fought and died during the First World War, combining archive and newly recorded footage alongside an original score from The Royal Northern Sinfonia, Field Music and Warm Digits.

The screening will be followed by a live Q&A with Esther Johnson and Bob Stanley.

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May 20

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UK Tour - Cardiff date change

As many of you will know we've been forced to switch our Cardiff date pushing it back by two days to Monday 5th June.

In an official statement from the promoters...

"Due to the huge increase in traffic, road closures and unprecedented security as a result of the UEFA Champion’s League Final in Cardiff on June the 3rd it has become logistically impossible for St Etienne, their crew, production and fans to access the Tramshed for their performance. For this reason we must regrettably postpone the show… but only by two days utill Monday 5th June. All tickets for the original show remain valid for the new date. Sorry for any inconvenience caused."

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May 18

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INTERVIEW: Saint Etienne Talk Twin Peaks

Pete talks to The Quietus about Twin Peaks and the influence of Angelo Badalamenti’s music whilst a brand new track from ‘Home Counties’ gets a premier. Well worth a look and a listen…

Photo by Rob Baker Ashton

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May 16

Source Facebook:

Saint Etienne - UK Tour - June 2017

"We're about to set off on a UK tour commencing on June 2nd at the Royal Festival Hall in London."

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May 15

Source Facebook:

Magpie Eyes Confidence Man Remix

Heavenly label mates Confidence Man have just delivered a fantastic remix Magpie Eyes

Released on Spotify and Soundcloud

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May 07

Source Twitter:

Asunder - Written/produced by Bob Stanley

Phoenix Theatre Blyth - 7:30

A film tribute to the people of the North East who lived, fought and died during the First World War, combining archive and newly recorded footage alongside an original score from The Royal Northern Sinfonia, Field Music and Warm Digits.

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May 06

Source Facebook:

Saint Etienne - UK Tour - June 2017

With less than a month to the start of our UK tour we're please to announce that we'll be joined by special guests Kero Kero Bonito on all dates.

Stay tuned for news of European dates in the autumn.

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May 5

Source Twitter:

Huffington Post Article

Saint Etienne’s Pete Wiggs on How “Side Streets” Came to Him,Where He Gets His Best Ideas, and Cooking as Meditation

Photo by Rob Baker Ashton

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May 4

Source Facebook & Twitter:

Sarah Cracknell reviewed the latest releases on lamacq show on BBC6Music between 6-7pm

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April 28

Source Twitter:

Bob Stanley Djing

I'm DJing at the 2nd birthday bash for the excellent Triangle, Shipley, on Friday 28th April

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April 27

Source Twitter:

Record Collector, #466, May 2017 article by Bob

My column this month is on Dion's mid 60s years as a folk-rock pioneer, and @NortonRecords release of his lost 1965 album.

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April 26

Source Twitter:

Pop Quiz with Bob Stanley and Pete Paphides at Green Man Aug 17-20 2017

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April 18

Source Facebook:

Asunder - Heavenly Films

As an Easter Weekend weekender Bob Stanley will be hosting a rare screening of his latest film project 'Asunder' at the monthly Heavenly Films night at Regent Street Cinema in London tomorrow evening Tuesday 18th April.

'Asunder' tells the story of what happened to an English town during the First World War, with almost all of its men fighting abroad and its women and children left behind. The North East was in the front line, thanks to its shipyards and munitions factories.

Using archive and contemporary footage and audio, Asunder collages the stories of people from Tyneside and Wearside to uncover just what life was like on the home front, with bombs falling on Britain for the first time, conscientious objectors sentenced to death, and women working as doctors, tram conductors and footballers.

The narrative moves from an Edwardian golden era, in which sport grew in popularity and aircraft and cars pointed to a bright new future, to a war that horrifically reversed this progress. In the Battle of the Somme, British, French and German armies fought one of the most traumatic battles in military history. Over the course of just four months, more than one million soldiers were captured, wounded or killed in a confrontation of unimaginable horror.

Narrated by Kate Adie, with a soundtrack composed by Mercury-nominated Field Music and Warm Digits.

The film will be followed by a Q&A with director Esther Johnson and writer/producer Bob Stanley.

“… and then all the world began to roar.” Private William Finlay, Durham Light Infantry Regiment and Lincolnshire Regiment.

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April 17

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Saints Alive!!!

We're seting out on a UK tour to coincide with the release of our new album 'Home Counties' this June. Tickets are on sale now and selling fast so please be quick if you want to catch one of these. We'll be playing songs from the new record plus plenty of hits and misses. Looking forward to seeing you all in June!! xxx PS.....If you've not heard any of the new album check out the songs 'Heather' and 'Magpie Eyes' previewing on Youtube and Spotify now.

The album is available to pre-order with some *limited and exclusive extras from our online shop now

We hope to see you all at our shows in June. They promise to be a lot of fun. Love Bob, Pete and Sarah xxx

PPS.....new picture courtesy of Rob Baker Ashton

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April 13

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De La Warr Pavilion - June 6th (Rescheduled to December)

We've always wanted to play De La Warr Pavilion on the south coast and finally getting the chance on our 'Home Counties' tour in June. It's a stunning sea front Art Deco building built in 1935. One of the first modernist public spaces built in the UK it's situated in Bexhill on Sea close to Brighton and Hastings and worth a trip for the architecture alone.

Tickets are onside now from the link below and we'll be announcing details of some very special guests shortly.

"The Paris of the 60s, the Berlin of The 70s, the Stockholm of the 90s, his sweet municipal dream"

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April 11

Source Facebook:

Magpie Eyes

Here's the first single from our forthcoming album 'Home Counties' entitled 'Magpie Eyes'.

We'll be bringing you a proper video soon but in the mean time have a listen here - we hope you like it!!!

Here's what Pete says about the song.....

"the title was inspired by a book about Creation records ‘my Magpie Eyes are hungry for the prize' which in turn was taken from 'Up the Hill Down The Slope' by The Loft. I often find myself being so deep in thought that I'm not really listening to what my children are saying to me and I extrapolated guilty feelings over that into the story of someone who for a combination of personal ambition and commuter journey time ends up missing out on his kids growing up and not really knowing them or the 'Herberts' they might be hanging out with."

The album is available to pre-order from our shop (and other outlets) now but those who order directly from us will receive an exclusive art print and sticker sheet not available elsewhere. Those buying the bundle will receive an art print signed by Bob, Pete and Sarah.

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April 10

Source Facebook:

"Magpie Eyes"

"Tune in to Steve Lamacq on 6 Music from 4pm this afternoon to hear the first ever spin of our new single. Let us and Steve know what you think?"

Source Twitter:

"Our new single Magpie Eyes gets its first play on Steve Lamacq's @BBC6Music show this afternoon. It'll stop you in your tracks, it will."

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March

March 30

Source Facebook:

How We Used To Live Film

Regent Street Cinema, London, UK

Screening of How We Used To Live, followed by a Q&A with director Paul Kelly and writer/author Travis Elborough hosted by author Cathi Unsworth. Presented by Heavenly Films.

How We Used To Live is a unique celebration of post-war London by acclaimed director Paul Kelly, created through a compelling use of rare footage drawn from the BFI National Archive.

With a narration by Ian McShane and an original score composed by Saint Etienne, How We Used To Live is alluringly impressionistic, poetical and political. Perhaps the most joyful, creative and entertaining offering to come from this unique film making collective.

Preceded by the short film Weather The Storm, 36mins (2017) The stark beauty of Shetland in winter provides the perfect backdrop for a couple in search of reconnection. Soundtracked by Skylark and the Scorpion (aka Nick J. Webb and Petra Jean Phillipson).

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March 29

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Record Collector, #465, April 2017 article by Bob

My @RecCollMag column this month is on Consett-via-Detroit legend Ruth Copeland. Silent Boatman is just astonishing

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March 28

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Wings Across America

We're pleased to bring you details of our US tour happening in late September, early October. These will be the first shows we've played in America for 5 years.

We apologise that we can't get round the country a bit more - especially Canada - and hope that some of you can make the trip out to see us. We'll be playing brand new material from Home Counties plus a good selection of songs you'll know from our back catalogue. Yes, we'll be bringing merchandise and we look forward to seeing you in the fall.

Here are the dates in full....

September

Sun 24 Boston - Somerville Once Ballroom
Mon 25 New York - Bowery Ballroom
Tue 26 Brooklyn Music - Hall Of Williamsburg
Wed 27 Washington DC - U Street Music Hall
Fri 29 Chicago - Park West

October

Mon 2 Seattle - Neptune
Wed 4 San Francisco - The Fillmore
Thu 5 Pomona - Glass House
Fri 6 Los Angeles - The Fonda Theatre

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March 25

Source Facebook:

Port Eliot

We're VERY excited to be playing Port Eliot Festival this July. If you've not been before we recommend it. The UK's finest small festival by a Cornish mile.

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March 24

Source Facebook:

"Home Counties UK Tour"

8 June 2017 UK dates set

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March 23

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"A sneak preview of our Home Counties album"

Source Facebook (Mar 22):

"Heather"

"A first listen from the forthcoming Saint Etienne album"

SaintEtienneDisco:

The new track Heather is posted on Youtube

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New Cover Photo

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The Eccles British Library Writer's Award Festival
We hope to be joined by all 12 of the holders of the Eccles British Library Writer's Award for a one-night mini literary festival celebrating their work and reflecting on their engagement with the Library's collections. The authors will be in discussion with Philippa Thomas (BBC World). The event will be divided into two parts: the first reflecting on Culture, Science and American contexts with Bob Stanley; Will Atkins; Olivia Laing; Erica Wagner; Andrea Wulf and Sheila Rowbotham. The second will consider Literary explorations of America with Hannah Kohler; Alison MacLeod; Sarah Churchwell; Ben Markovits; John Burnside and Naomi Wood.

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March 22

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New Cover Photo

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New Saint Etienne album, Home Counties. Details to follow very shortly.

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Announcement: Home Counties Pre-Order Details; UK Tour Dates; Song Heather released on Soundcloud

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Concert Announcement: Saint Etienne play the Port Eliot Festival, Saltash Cornwall July 28, 2017

Concert Announcement

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Concert Announcement: Saint Etienne Live at the Trades Club, Hebden Bridge May 26, 2017

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March 21

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"Stand By For Action"

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Announcement of new album



March 11

Source Twitter:

Bob was selling records at the Saltaire Record fair

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March 03

Source Facebook:

"Test Pressing. I wonder what this white label TP that arrived this morning might be?"

SaintEtienneDisco:

Test Pressing of new album Home Counties to be released on June 2, 2017

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BB6 Radio - Katie Puckrik stands in for Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie, looking back at the year 1994. She was joined by lead singer of 90s band St Etienne Sarah Cracknell

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January 15, 2017

Just a reminder that a brand new compilation compiled by Saint Etienne called Bob Stanley And Pete Wiggs Present English Weather is released on January 27, 2017 on Ace Records. Compilation is available on both CD and 2xLP.

The autumnal sound of Britain at the turn of the seventies, looking out through wet window panes to a new decade with a mixture of melancholy and optimism for what might come next. With the Beatles gone and the pound sinking, a new and distinctive sound emerges, led by flutes and mellotrons.

You can now pre-order this fab CD or vinyl record set directly from Ace Records here. The item has been added to the CD Compiling and Liner Note Production By St Etienne section of the site. We will update it as we get more information.

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