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I Am Kloot's latest or related album is Let It All in
Which is released on 2013-01-29 from record company 1-2-3-4-GO!.
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Graham Coxon, Stereophonics, Mick Hucknall and I Am Kloot re-record The Beatles first album - Source: NME Graham Coxon, Stereophonics, Mick Hucknall, and I Am Kloot are just some of the artists to appear on a re-record of The Beatles ' debut album 'Please Please Me'.
I Am Kloot 10-date April tour and new single 'Some Better Day' - Source: Music-News.com On the eve of their February tour, and following the phenomenal critical and commercial success of their sublime new LP 'Let It All In', I Am Kloot are pleased to announce a further run of 10 dates across the UK in April 2013.
I Am Kloot - Let It All In - Source: The Four Oh Five Three years ago I Am Kloot struck upon the perfect formula; the Manchester outfit brought in fellow Lancastrians Craig Potter and Guy Garvey to help on production duties, with the resulting record Sky At Night earning the band awards across Europe as well as a Mercury Prize nomination in their native UK.
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I Am Kloot are a band formed in Manchester, England in 1999 by John Bramwell (guitar/vocals), Peter Jobson (bass) and Andy Hargreaves (drums), notable for their twisted, witty lyrics. Their Debut single To You on Ugly Man Records was produced by and featured backing vocals by Guy Garvey, lead singer of Š•lbow. Debut album Natural History was released in the United Kingdom in March 2001 on Wall of Sound offshoot We Love You, followed by I Am Kloot in September 2003 on the Echo label. Disputes and issues with the label began to arise towards the end of the promotional campaign for their sophomore album, when Echo said that Proof would be a single. Artwork had been agreed and a tracklist too, they had even gone so far to commission a video by Krishna Stott featuring Christopher Eccleston (who would later star in the new Doctor Who television series) contributing a powerful scene. But Echo shelved these ideas and ended up issuing the single as a download only, although a few copies were issued in Europe on the PIAS imprint. Their third LP Gods And Monsters was released in April 2005, again on the Echo label but issues with the label again cancelling a single at short notice, this time I Believe, leading to the band leaving the label, citing a lack of financial support. Later that year they issued a limited edition single entitled Maybe I Should released November 21st, following their biggest ever headlining gigs in the UK, culminating in a show at the famous London Astoria venue. Learn more about I Am Kloot