The Temperance Movement Announce Debut Album

British blues explosion The Temperance Movement have officially revealed the details of their upcoming debut album.

The band’s self-titled debut is due to be released on September 16th and features 12 tracks of soulful, bluesy rock ‘n’ roll that form one of 2013’s absolute must-have collections.

The Temperance Movement guitarist Luke Potashnick comments:

“We cut the record live in four days at the Fish Factory in Willesden, London. It has a great API Legacy desk and a Studer tape machine – that’s all we needed. This album is about friendship, good times and redemption – losing your way, then finding it – over and over. It’s very song-driven, before the drums and guitars were the songs – and they were easy to write. We wrote with open hearts and fed off the music we all loved growing up. There was no commercial agenda, just to write and perform good music that was real.”

Guitarist Paul Sayer adds:

“I’m really excited that we can now tell everyone when and where to get our album. I know there are people looking forward to hearing it and it’s amazing that it’s already in the pre-order charts. All our heart and soul went into making it and I’m immensely proud of it.”

The Temperance Movement features the following tracks:

1. Only Friend
2. Ain’t No Telling
3. Pride
4. Be Lucky
5. Midnight Black
6. Chinese Lanterns
7. Know for Sure
8. Morning Riders
9. Loves and Fighters
10. Take It Back
11. Smouldering
12. Serenity

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4 Responses to “The Temperance Movement Announce Debut Album”

  1. John Henderson says:

    Can’t remember being this excited about an album release. Seen them live in Glasgow … Awesome!
    The album is pre-ordered 🙂

  2. Nige Breown says:

    I’m gutted I missed buying the singed LP they sold out in no time please release more guys or please sign the black version I had to get before they ran out as well. Cheers enjoy the rest after touring.

  3. Paul Stygal says:

    Can’t wait to get this. Saw them a few weeks ago in Southend – great band, great songs!

  4. John Ferguson says:

    Saw the boys in Inverness a couple weeks ago. Best new band I’ve heard in years.
    Wishing them every success on their road to stardom. Keep rocking guys………

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