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Little Fish preps debut full-length

on November 11, 2009, 5:17pm

After much anticipation, U.K. indie band Little Fish has finally announced that its debut album, Baffled and Beat, will be released in early 2010 through Custard/Universal-Motown Records.

If you don’t know, the Oxford duo is comprised of guitarist singer/songwriter Juju and drummer Nez and offers a sound described as “raw seductive impulse revealed through mesmerizing vocals, raucous guitars and driving drums.” How can you not be intrigued?

The group has already released a three track digital EP, titled Darling Dear. Their followup debut album has no specific release date or tracklisting yet. As of now, the only released information states that it will be out in early 2010 and was produced by rocker Linda Perry, who runs the Custard record label. We’ll of course keep you update when more details become available.

The band recently played its first shows in New York at the CMJ Music Festival. They are currently in the middle of their fall U.K. tour, mixing club dates with opening for the Eagles of Death Metal.

Little Fish 2009 Tour Dates:
11/14 – London, UK @ Proud Galleries
11/18 – London, UK @ Islington Academy *
11/19 – Brighton, UK @ Club NME – Jam
11/28 – Dudley, UK @ JB’s #
11/29 - Middlesbrough, UK @ Empire #
11/30 – Liverpool, UK @ O2 Academy #
12/01 - Portsmouth, UK @ The Wedgewood Rooms ^
12/06 – London, UK @ Notthing Hill Arts Club

* = w/ Sons of Albion
# = w/ Eagles of Death Metal
^ = w/ Juliette Lewis

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