New album + exclusive ltd. edition Tunng & Tinariwen live DVD

Full Time Hobby – one of Society of Sound’s favourite labels – are releasing the second album by Tunng.

‘…And Then We Saw Land’ will be available to buy from 1.03.10 and will be available on CD, LP, MP3 and FLAC (lossless audio) and pre-orders are available now from the Full Time Hobby online store. Click here to view and purchase.

The album also comes with a range of exclusive bundles, all of which are unavailable anywhere except the FTH store. See below for the various options and images.

- limited edition Tunng & Tinariwen live at Koko, Camden DVD (filmed 26/03/09)
- exclusive Tunng t-shirt (printed on Earth Positive shirts)
- exclusive Tunng tote bag

All orders will also contain a link to download a FREE four minute album teaser MP3, mixed together personally by Mike from the band. To preview this album teaser, simply head to the Full Time Hobby YouTube channel, where there’s also an exclusive preview clip of the Tunng & Tinariwen DVD.

To celebrate the release of ‘…And Then We Saw Land’, Tunng will be embarking on a short tour of the UK (with new FTH label mates Erland & The Carnival in tow) at the end of March. Dates all below.

March 2010
23 Band On The Wall, Manchester
25 The Garage, London
26 Arnolfini, Bristol
28 Concorde 2, Brighton

The first single from ‘…And Then We Saw Land’ will be the track ‘Hustle’, out on 7″ / download on 22/02/10.

Click one of the following links to purchase from our friends at Norman Records, Piccadilly Records or Rough Trade.

3 Comments

  • David says:

    Most curious – I have all the previous Tunng albums so I was pleased to find the tracks from the new one available to download. I downloaded initially from the e-mail link via my netbook. This isn’t the way to hear music at its best so I copied them to my media PC. MediaMonket wouldn’t play then properly at alI – tracks jumped, other played for just a few seconds. Bizarrely I can play them from the Media on the netbook (ie.e across the neetwork) on MediaMonkey.

    I downloaded the tracks afresh on the media PC – same result. The LSO sample was also very iffy.

    Charlie Winston and Creole Choir downloads absolutely superb. Peter Gabriel also OK but despite being a fan of PC from his Genesis I’m bored to tears with this album.

  • SusannaGrant says:

    Hi David,
    Thanks for letting us know and we’re looking into this, as these tracks should work perfectly well, just like the other ones.
    Kind regards,
    Susanna

  • Alex says:

    Not to be pedantic, but it’s their third album.

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