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22Apr

The Great Perhaps available now from iTunes and Rough Trade

  you can buy our new album, the great perhaps, now from iTunes all over the world. it's also available on cd from the wonderful rough trade shop. a week before it's available from anywhere else and they'll happily post your cd anywhere in the world. the vinyl version of the album is not released until the beginning of may. buy it from rough trade here the album is also…

 

you can buy our new album, the great perhaps, now from iTunes all over the world.

The Great Perhaps - The Boy Least Likely To

it's also available on cd from the wonderful rough trade shop. a week before it's available from anywhere else and they'll happily post your cd anywhere in the world. the vinyl version of the album is not released until the beginning of may.

buy it from rough trade here

the album is also available from our own website on cd and vinyl.

www.theboyleastlikelyto.co.uk

we've also got tote bags and signed copies of our cd for sale on our bandcamp page because a few people have written to us saying they didn't get a chance to pledge.

theboyleastlikelyto.bandcamp.com/

we hope you like the album!

with love from

the boy least likely to

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18Apr

The Great Perhaps streaming exclusively on Pitchfork

 you can now listen to our new album, the great perhaps in full on pitchfork. i know we've said it before, but i don't know where we would be without pitchfork. everything changed for us when they reviewed the best party ever, and seven years later it's just as amazing to be on there. the first album hadn't even been released outside of england when marc hogan reviewed it on pitchfork, and it completely opened up the world for us. without them writing about it we might never have been to all the amazing…

 you can now listen to our new album, the great perhaps in full on pitchfork.

i know we've said it before, but i don't know where we would be without pitchfork. everything changed for us when they reviewed the best party ever, and seven years later it's just as amazing to be on there. the first album hadn't even been released outside of england when marc hogan reviewed it on pitchfork, and it completely opened up the world for us. without them writing about it we might never have been to all the amazing places and done all the amazing things we got to do in the boy least likely to. pitchfork is one of the greatest places to go to hear new music and we're so excited that it'll be the first place that a lot of people will be able to hear our new songs.

so here it is. our brand new album, the great perhaps, exclusively on pitchfork. a week before it's available on itunes and in rough trade and two whole weeks before it's released anywhere else in the world.

listen to it on pitchfork here

we hope you like it.

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08Mar

Women Of The World - A song for International Women’s Day

It's International Women's Day and to celebrate we've recorded a version of the Ivor Cutler song Women Of The World. Originally released by Ivor Cutler and Linda Hirst on Rough Trade in the early eighties, the song is a feminist plea for women to assume power in an attempt to undo the damage done by patriarchal society before it's too late. Women Of The World is only available to buy from our Bandcamp page for a limited time and all the proceeds go to The Fawcett Society and Chime For Change. As it's a charity single, we…

It's International Women's Day and to celebrate we've recorded a version of the Ivor Cutler song Women Of The World. Originally released by Ivor Cutler and Linda Hirst on Rough Trade in the early eighties, the song is a feminist plea for women to assume power in an attempt to undo the damage done by patriarchal society before it's too late.

Women Of The World is only available to buy from our Bandcamp page for a limited time and all the proceeds go to The Fawcett Society and Chime For Change. As it's a charity single, we made a video for it. Except instead of a video of us singing in the studio holding our headphones, we've made a video of archive footage of the women's movement as well as a roll call of our own personal feminist heroines. You can watch the video here.

The artwork, which features rabbits with placards in the colours of the Women's Social and Political Union, is inspired by the Gloria Steinem article I Was A playboy Bunny.

Happy International Women's Day

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