Let's Get Lost Something's Burning Like A Daydream She's So Fine Since Then American Spring Walk On Water Twisterella 1000 Miles Natural Grace At The End Of The Universe I Don't Know Where It Comes From Taste Birdman How Does It Feel To Feel? Drive Blind Chelsea Girl Support from Planet Bee
Leave Them All Behind Like A Daydream Unfamiliar Here And Now Dreams Burn Down Going Blank Again Vapour Trail Perfect Time Chrome Waves Taste Chelsea Girl Nowhere Seagull Beneath Drive Blind Decay Supported by Juipter
Lannoy Point Charm Assault Seagull Weather Diaries Taste Pulsar From Time to Time Like A Daydream Dreams Burn Down Cali Home Is A Feeling Twisterella Lateral Alice All I Want OX4 Vapour Trail Drive Blind Rocket Silver Symphony Close My Eyes Leave Them All Behind Chelsea Girl
Lannoy Point Charm Assault Seagull Unfamiliar Cali Weather Diaries Twisterella Kaleidoscope Rocket Silver Symphony All I Want Taste Vapour Trail Drive Blind White Sands Leave Them All Behind Chelsea Girl Above setlist courtesy of @mshinfischer
How Does It Feel To Feel? (The Creation) Ocean Way, Los Angeles, USA (George Drakoulias) Released on single of same name, and 'Carnival of Light' LP
Mouse Trap Chelsea Girl Twisterella Polar Bear Seagull Sennen Cool Your Boots Black Nite Crash OX4 Dreams Burn Down Time Of Her Time Chrome Waves Paralysed Taste Vapour Trail Drive Blind Like A Daydream Leave Them All Behind Supported by Tuff Love
Below is an email sent out to all subscribers of the band's mailing list in April 2015. Tomorrow Never Knows - April 2015 Last time we played there, in May 1990, it was the humble Co-Op Hall. It's been through a number of name changes since - Oxford Venue, Zodiac, Carling Academy - as well as a lot of structural changes resulting in two live music rooms worthy of gracing any city in the country. As the Co-Op Hall it played an important part in developing the opportunities available to local Oxford bands and came along just at the right time for us. We'd sold out the 200 capacity Jericho Tavern for the first time in June 1989 and with the Co-Op Hall opening up as a 500 capacity music venue just 9 months beforehand, it meant that there was now another opportunity for local bands to aspire to. So it seemed only right for our first show in 20 years to be taking place in the room that had been so key to us. We'll be back there this Sunday (April 5th), just ahead of our tour dates in California which take in two Coachella Festival appearances as well as shows in San Francisco, Pomona, San Diego (dates below) and.... ...we are happy to say, a return to The Roxy in LA on Wednesday April 8th. Well you didn't really think that the first time we would be walking on stage to play together in the US would be in front of thousands of people at Coachella, did you? The Roxy too has a special place in our past as we played two shows there in 1991 on the co-headline tour we did of North America with Lush. Moreover, one of the shows was recorded and released a few years back by Rhino/Warners as part of a special 2xCD 20th Anniversary Edition of Nowhere. They say good things come in threes... ..and so here are the details of the third club show we'll be play in the coming months. After the New York show at Terminal 5 in June sold out so quickly, we decided we would try and squeeze another show into our schedule in the New York area. Et voila. We have booked the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn on Monday June 1st. By the way, the Oxford show is an early one as we have a plane to catch the following morning! We reckon we'll be on stage just after 8pm and there will be no support act on that show. In LA we have Eagulls supporting and in Brooklyn we have Penguinsrising (there's almost as theme developing here). All shows have a limit of two tickets per person. Hurry, hurry, hurry - these shows will sell fast. The Oxford show is on sale now LA goes on sale at 3pm (PST) today Brooklyn has a pre-sale that is live at Noon (EST) today, with the remainder on sale at Noon (EST) on Friday (3rd) If you don't manage to get tickets for the LA show then each of the other Californian shows this month have some tickets still available: Monday 13th: The Warfield, San Francisco - tickets Tuesday 14th: Fox Theater, Pomona - tickets Thursday 16th: Humphreys Concerts By the Bay, San Diego - tickets And if all else fails, you can catch us live on air on for a Morning Becomes Eclectic session on KCRW on the morning of the LA Roxy show (April 8th). Fancy a little taster from rehearsals? Here's (some of) Seagull. signing off with a little bit of trivia for you... The Play EP was released 25 years ago tomorrow (April 2nd) and later that week entered the charts at number 32, becoming our first Top 40 hit.
The 15th episode of Resonance saw a solo show from Andy this week.
Leave Them All Behind Taste Not Fazed Sennen Like A Daydream Twisterella OX4 Time Of Her Time Making Judy Smile Nowhere Vapour Trail Mouse Trap Close My Eyes Chelsea Girl Drive Blind Support from Family Cat
Kiss The Stone records CD - KTS069 Seagull Taste Dreams Burn Down Vapour Trail Chelsea Girl Drive Blind Vapour Trail Perfect Time Today Seagull (overload) In A Different Place Nowhere Total Running Time 58:44 All songs by Ride Recorded live in USA 1990 & Europe 1991 KTS Records - made in Italy The first Ride bootleg to appear on CD, a combination of the 'Kaleidoscope' promo and 'Meltdown' bootleg Tracks 1-5 - Wembley Arena, London 19/01/91 Tracks 6-10 - Town & Country Club, London 08/03/91 Tracks 11-12 - Roxy, L.A. 10/04/91
All I Can See Chelsea Girl Hit Me like A Train Drive Blind Intro-154 Close My Eyes I'm Fine Thanks Ride Mind Fuck Burning Up (Madonna) I Wanna Be Your Dog (The Stooges) Supported by FBI
Leave Them All Behind Like A Daydream Polar Bear Seagull Sennen Cool Your Boots Black Nite Crash Twisterella OX4 Dreams Burn Down Time of Her Time Chrome Waves Paralysed Taste Vapour Trail Drive Blind Nowhere Mouse Trap Chelsea Girl
Seagull All I Can See Taste Dreams Burn Down Like A Daydream Silver Paralysed Furthest Sense Perfect Time Drive Blind Chelsea Girl
One-off acoustic gig in Worthing supporting by ex-Creation Records label mates Pete Fij (Adorable) & Terry Bickers (The House of Love). Lannoy Point Howard Hughes (first time live) Twisterella Cold Water People (first time live) Keep It Surreal (first time live) From Time to Time Weather Diaries Home Is A Feeling Lateral Alice Pulsar Impermanence Chrome Waves Sennen All I Want Drive Blind In A Different Place Vapour Trail Leave Them All Behind
Polar Bear Seagull Taste Dreams Burn Down Like A Daydream Vapour Trail In A Different Place Perfect Time Unfamiliar Nowhere Chelsea Girl Drive Blind Decay With Lush
Moonlight Medicine 1000 Miles From Time To Time Natural Grace Only Now Birdman Crown Of Creation Endless Road Magical Spring Rolling Thunder I Don't Know Where It Comes From Rolling Thunder #2 Let's Get Lost Don't Let It Die At The End Of The Universe Sleeper Creeper II New Age (The Velvet Underground) Walk On Water (unreleased) Sunshine (inst - looped) (unreleased) Instant Korma (unreleased) Sawmills, The Manor, RAK, Abbey Road, Sound City and Sunset Sound (John Leckie) 'Carnival of Light' sessions. A section of 'Sleeper Creeper II' was used as the outro to 'From Time to Time' on the album. 'Sunshine' and 'Walk on Water' were re-recorded for 'Tarantula'. 'Only Now' was remixed and released, with a different vocal, on the 'Volume 12' compilation. 'Magical Spring' remixed by Andy Bell at Sunset Sound, L.A. 03/94 New Age was released on the 'Firing Blanks' compilation
Jump Jet Future Love Leave Them All Behind Charm Assault Chrome Waves 15 Minutes Shadows Behind The Sun Repetition Lannoy Point End Game All I Want OX4 Taste Kill Switch Drive Blind In A Different Place Vapour Trail In This Room Seagull Gig poster Support was from The Soft Cavalry featuring Rachel Goswell from Slowdive with Steve Queralt playing bass.
Leave Them All Behind Taste Not Fazed Cool Your Boots Like A Daydream OX4 Perfect Time Twisterella Drive Blind Making Judy Smile Nowhere Vapour Trail Chrome Waves Mouse Trap Dreams Burn Down Time Of Her Time Support from Verve
Eight Miles High (The Byrds) European Son (The Velvet Underground) Paralysed (unreleased demo) Stampede (unreleased demo) Ocean Smiles (unreleased demo) Smile (unreleased demo) Baby, Baby (unreleased demo) European Son (S.E.X.) (unreleased demo) 26-30/03/90 - Falconer Studios, Chalk Farm, London (?) Demos for the debut album, plus recordings for forthcoming compilations 'Through The Looking Glass - 1966' and 'Heaven and Hell Volume one - A tribute to the Velvet Underground'
Two more dates added for November, posters for both events are below. Clockenflap festival in Hong Kong and the Neon Lights Festival in Singapore.
First single from RIDE's sixth album 'This Is Not A Safe Place due for release on August 16th 2019. The press release states: "Ride are back with a brand new single, "Future Love", taken from their forthcoming new album, "This Is Not A Safe Place". " "Following the success of "Weather Diaries" the band returned to the studio with producer Erol Alkan to make their sixth LP. The album was mixed by Alan Moulder with Caesar Edmunds at Assault & Battery in London. Of this new single Andy Bell said, "Future Love is a song about the beginning of a relationship, when everything feels possible."