Thursday, September 10, 2009

Fantasy land for Late Of The Pier

CASTLE Donington band Late Of The Pier's debut album, Fantasy Black Channel, has picked up the Neptune Prize music award.
The album was voted by readers of website Drowned In Sound as the best that didn't get a nomination for this year's Mercury Prize, won by Speech Debelle's Speech Therapy.
A spokesman said: "Congratulations gents, especially as you're one of the albums we assumed would make the Mercury list.
"We'll be in touch about taking you out for a fish 'n' chip supper and hopefully you can tell us about the forthcoming album, eh?"
Runners up were Rolo Tomassi with Hysterics and Grammatics' album Grammatics.

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