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Not Forgotten: Goldfrapp – Black Cherry

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GOLDFRAPP’s fourth album, Seventh Tree, is to receive a coloured vinyl reissue next March via Mute/BMG. The album, originally released in February 2008, which featured singles such as the widescreen piano pop of”Caravan Girl”, the smouldering confession of “A&E” and “Caravan”, has been out of pressing for a long while now and commands prices north …

There’s something always ok in the world when Goldfrapp are in it, and so the news that Mute / BMG have announced the long-awaited vinyl reissue of Goldfrapp’s third album, Supernature – out on 15 May 2020 is very welcome indeed. The additional news that the new edition of the album will be available on …

From the opening electronic beats of “Crystalline Green”, it was obvious that Goldfrapp’s sophomore album was not going to be a retread of their well received debut. Gone is the epic glacier of sound that represented Felt Mountain, with Black Cherry being something more, a tinnier and grimier sound more attuned to the body (specifically …

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Out today is the  Deluxe Edition of Goldfrapps recent Tales of Us album. As well as the original tracklisting it features the audio from the live special the band took part in, Live From Air Studios. Originally broadcast alongside the short film, Tales of Us, it formed part of a global cinema event back in …

My father used to drag us around the countryside. He was (and still is) the kind of father that knows the names of all the plants, all the ferns, all the birds. He found us dock leaves when we stung ourselves (why dock leaves? Couldn’t it be a more readily available in hedgerows placebo, you …