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    Portishead - New Release announced

    According to member Geoff Barrow their fourth record is already in progress,. "We're going to start writing and if all goes well it could be [out] in a year's time," he told the BBC.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/8275835.stm


    While we wait here's the video to "We Carry On" from their last release "Third".

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNg9SQxip5A[/ame]

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    See the video here:

    http://www.amnesty.org.uk/content.asp?CategoryID=11755

    Portishead have released a brand new track - 'Chase the Tear' for Amnesty International.

    It's now available as an exclusive download single from 7 digital with all earnings going towards Amnesty's human rights work.

    First aired on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show on 9 December, the track is out just in time for international human rights day on 10 December.

    And if you were wondering - 'Chase the Tear' is a reference to a paper tear-style 'tear', not a tear from an eye!

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    I like it. Thanks for sharing

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    Quote Originally Posted by geloge View Post
    I like it. Thanks for sharing
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mksoVUC8SIY[/ame]

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    Whee! More Portishead is always a good thing.
    you are at the top of my lungs ♥

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    Quote Originally Posted by Royal Heart View Post
    Whee! More Portishead is always a good thing.

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vg1jyL3cr60[/ame]

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    I don't know what happened to that new release but I just bought tickets to a show in October 2011 and I can't wait to see Portishead live

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    I've seen both Portishead and Beth performing her solo album.

    You're in for a treat.

    Portishead:

    07-15 Meco, Portugal - Super Bock Super Rock Festival
    07-23-24 London, England - I'll Be Your Mirror Festival
    10-01-02 Asbury Park, NJ - I'll Be Your Mirror Festival
    10-04-05 New York, NY - Hammerstein Ballroom *
    10-07 Montreal, Quebec - Jaques Cartier Peir *
    10-09-10 Toronto, Ontario - Sound Academy *
    10-12 Chicago, IL - Aragon Ballroom *
    10-15 Mexico City, Mexico - Corona Festival *
    10-18 Los Angeles, CA - Shrine Auditorium *
    10-21 Berkeley, CA - Greek Theatre *
    10-23 Seattle, WA - WaMu Theater *
    10-24 Vancouver, British Columbia - PNE Forum *
    10-27 Denver, CO - 1st Bank Center *

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    Portishead to Start Work on New Album in January 2012


    Portishead's Dummy will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its release in 2014 – but the band's founder and producer Geoff Barrow isn't interested in marking the occasion, as recent reissues by Nirvana, Pearl Jam and U2 have done.

    "I'm a musician, I want to move forward. I don't want to spend my time thinking about that B side we never released because we're not dead and we can still produce music," Barrow tells Rolling Stone. But Barrow's reluctance to revisit the highly influential album goes well beyond not wanting to look back: He has avoided talk of the album for nearly two decades because he was turned off by its success.

    "When people say it's the record of the decade or that time I never believe it's in there particularly for the right reasons," Barrow says. So he's looking ahead with a rare U.S. tour that kicks off at ATP's I'll Be Your Mirror festival (which the band curated) on October 1st and thoughts of a new album – though, as he joked, "That could be 10 years."

    What prompted the tour now?

    We never played [2008 album] Third in the States. We only played Coachella so when we got asked to do ATP it seemed like that was our opportunity to go back out and actually play Third to people who haven't seen it. And we started getting calls from festivals in Europe and we haven't played festivals in Europe since 1998 as well, so we thought, "Okay, let's spend a little bit of time and go and enjoy ourselves." And it was actually incredibly enjoyable, which makes a change for us.

    But you've been able to still play live and still have the following.

    Yeah, we have. Our band's like 20 years old, we're kind of out of the norm really. We're in this privileged position I never thought we were gonna get to where people want to come and see us – we don't want to over-tour so people aren't gonna get sick of us.

    Would you do any sort of special reissues for Dummy?

    No, unfortunately special editions have been a dirty word because they've just basically been a tool of the industry to try and squeeze more money out of the fan or the music buyer. We absolutely battled and fought and pulled our hair out on Dummy to make a record. I can't see what use there is to release material that we didn't think was worthy for the record. We never have much bonus material – it's not like there's me playing acoustic guitar and Beth [Gibbons] singing on it for a song that didn't make it, it doesn't exist. We would only do that if we were maybe forced into it by some label contractual thing.

    Have you already started the new album?

    No, we haven't. I'm going to start in January, I don't know when Beth's gonna start or when Adrian [Utley] is gonna start, but I'm gonna get my head together for January basically to start writing. Historically that could mean fucking 10 years. [Laughs] We're only ever going to release something that we feel comfortable with or else it's not worth releasing basically.

    So you are realistic about the timeline?

    Of course, we'll release it when it feels like we've got something to say. I think most probably any one of us would prefer to go and take up some van driving job than release an album that we didn't feel comfortable about.

    So it may be a minute again.

    If I could do it in a couple of weeks then I'd love to. The pressure it'd take off my wife is huge, but it's less likely too. I can only speak for myself and usually it only comes around when I'm really, really infused with music I hear around me. If I hear music around me that freaks me out and actually scares me into wanting to test myself, then usually I'm pretty progressive and come up with stuff. If I don't hear stuff around me then usually it takes quite a while.

    What was the last thing then that had that effect on you?

    "Temporary Secretary," by Paul McCartney on McCartney II. It could just be a sound, it could literally be two notes that work against each other.

    How has the music on Third changed for you revisiting it three years after it came out?
    On our first tour after we released Third, the tour we played in Europe, there was definitely an uncertain feel about playing the old material next to the new material. And now it actually feels incredibly on the same path, like playing "Mysterons" next door to "Machine Gun" or "Sour Times" next to "The Rip." I think it's gonna be interesting to play to U.S. audiences because there are a lot of people who haven't seen us for a long time. When we played our second album I thought we were quite difficult as a band then.

    Was there a moment where you became aware of how influential Dummy had become?

    I purposely avoided any conversation about Dummy with anybody because in the States and in mainland Europe it had the connotations of kind of trendy England music industry dinner party bullshit. What Dummy turned into was not what we intended it to be. It was assimilated by a dinner party kind of crowd and stuck on the background or put on by people coming down from pills as well. For me, it was avoiding that thing – the words "Dummy," "sophisticated," "European," "soundtrack," "aren't we clever," "jazz" aspect of it – because that was the complete opposite of where we'd come from, what our influences were, but it just rolled into that thing. So when people say it's the record of the decade or that time I never believe it's in there particularly for the right reasons. And if it was just a load of coke-snorting pricks, then that, to me, doesn't mean anything.

    Every artist deals with it though with a successful album, once the music is out there you can't control who adapts it as their own.
    Oh no, you can't control it, of course. And I never really expected to, but I think behind the coolness and trip-hop and bullshit I've met a lot of people that have been incredibly been touched by it. And people who lived in the middle of fucking nowhere who heard a record on a radio whilst they were working on the other side of the world and you just kind of go, "Wow, that's when you really realize that you've done something to be proud of." But I'm sure lots of bands have [that problem].

    Do you have any hint of the sound coming up?

    No, but I really want to enable Beth to write the songs that she wants to. I think our sounds are fairly strong now and we've opened up a door that doesn't have many boundaries. I just want now to write really good music for Beth to sing on to and write songs, that's ultimately my goal. Regardless of sound, if you can write something that enables somebody to write really beautiful songs then you can't go wrong.

    http://www.rollingstone.com/music/ne...nuary-20110920

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    Portishead will perform on Jimmy Fallon this Wednesday, October 5th!

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    Portishead Play 'Fallon': First TV Performance In 13 Years

    Suddenly-not-elusive British band, Portishead, played their first American TV performance since 1998 last night on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon": a rendition of their most recent single, "Chase The Tear."

    They also performed their more famous hit, "Mysterons," which was made available as a web exclusive.

    The group has been known for appearing in fits and starts, with long hiatuses in between, though recently they've been back in the limelight (or, rather, an ethereal dark, blue-ish light) with a series of performances and announcements. This past summer the band curated the All Tomorrow's Parties festivals in London, and also announced a mini-tour that will kick off in Toronto on October 9.

    The "Chase The Tear" single was recorded as a benefit for Amnesty International in 2009, and Fallon stated that a few hundred signed copies will be available at the Independent Label Market in Brooklyn this Saturday.

    WATCH their 'Fallon' appearance below:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/1..._n_998377.html

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    Quote Originally Posted by miaedu View Post
    I've seen both Portishead and Beth performing her solo album.

    You're in for a treat.

    Portishead:

    07-15 Meco, Portugal - Super Bock Super Rock Festival
    07-23-24 London, England - I'll Be Your Mirror Festival
    10-01-02 Asbury Park, NJ - I'll Be Your Mirror Festival
    10-04-05 New York, NY - Hammerstein Ballroom *
    10-07 Montreal, Quebec - Jaques Cartier Peir *
    10-09-10 Toronto, Ontario - Sound Academy *
    10-12 Chicago, IL - Aragon Ballroom *
    10-15 Mexico City, Mexico - Corona Festival *
    10-18 Los Angeles, CA - Shrine Auditorium *
    10-21 Berkeley, CA - Greek Theatre *
    10-23 Seattle, WA - WaMu Theater *
    10-24 Vancouver, British Columbia - PNE Forum *
    10-27 Denver, CO - 1st Bank Center *

    * with Thoughtforms
    The Last show by Portishead in North America was awesome. Beth's voice was pristine and the band was flawless.

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    Heard a rumor they will be touring in 2012. possibly opening for Radiohead in the US.

    Portishead Live Crew 2011

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8hdqhYy-qM&feature=player_embedded[/ame]

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    Hello from Portishead HQ,

    We'll be playing the following live dates in 2013, tickets are available on the links below:

    Portishead Live Dates 2013

    10th March - Luxembourg ROCKHAL
    12th March - CAPRICES festival in Switzerland
    14th-16th June - HULTSFRED
    14th-16th June - NORTHSIDE
    23rd June - BEST KEPT SECRET

    http://www.portishead.co.uk/home/

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    Portishead's Beth Gibbons Plots First Solo Album in 11 Years

    Portishead's Beth Gibbons is prepping a new solo album for Domino Records, the label announced today. Via her own website, the English singer and songwriter shared a very, very brief statement, "It's great to be with a British Independent and I love working with Laurence [Bell, label co-founder]". She is currently on the road with her old band — dates for the trip-hop legends can be found below.

    While Gibbons of course appeared on Portishead's excellent 2008 comeback LP Third, her last solo outing came with 2002's Out of Season, a collaboration with Talk Talk bassist Paul Webb under his Rustin Man guise. She also contributed to last year's Jneiro Jarel and (MF) DOOM album Key to the Kuffs, while producer-DJ Geoff Barrow has kept busy with Beak>, Quakers, his Invada label, and the occasional tiff with a dead person.

    No further details regarding Gibbons' album have been announced as yet.

    Portishead tour dates:

    June 14 - Hutsfred, Sweden @ Hutsfred Festival
    June 16 - Aarhus, Denmark @ Northside Festival
    June 18 - Berlin, Germany @ Zitadelle*
    June 19 - Prague, Czech Republic @ Tipsport Arena*
    June 21 - Scheeßel, Germany @ Hurricane Festival
    June 22 - Tuttlingen, Germany @ Southside Festival
    June 23 - Hilvarenbeek, Holland @ Best Kept Secret Festival
    June 25 - Krakow, Poland @ Tinning Plant of ArcelorMittal
    June 28 - Somerset, England @ Glastonbury
    July 26 - Benidorm, Spain @ Low Cost Festival

    http://www.spin.com/articles/beth-gi...m-domino-tour/

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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    while we wait for that next Portishead or Beth Gibbon's new solo.

    “Portishead singer Beth Gibbons has contributed vocals to UK metal band Gonga‘s cover of Black Sabbath‘s “Black Sabbath”. Fittingly, their version is called “Black Sabbeth”. The video matches the song to visuals from—go figure—Black Sabbath, the 1963 Mario Bava-directed horror movie.”

    GONGA - Black Sabbeth


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    Re: Portishead - New Release announced

    the PS22 Chorus cover "Sour Times" by Portishead

    https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=9sQV1GNJ70k

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