Friday, January 10, 2014

Black Submarine album delayed until March 9

In a recent update, Black Submarine announced that their debut release date will be delayed by one month.
With the run up to Christmas, we have been up against it with trying to fulfill press schedules and video production for our first promo release 'proper', Here So Rain, (soon to be available for digital download on the 2nd March), and subsequent requests for press and promo to give this its deserved exposure means we need a little more time to prepare for our album release "New Shores."
We have therefore, with a lot of consideration, decided to push the album release date back by a month to the 9th March (physical release available 10th March). We're sorry to ask you to wait a little longer, and as a way of showing this anyone whom has pre-ordered the album from Pledgemusic will be first to see the video for the new song, which is available to watch on that platform now.
No-one apart from us and our nearest and dearest has seen this yet, so we're glad to share it with you all first, as a thank-you for your support.

For everyone else the video will go live here or here abouts this time next week. We have just released another 30 tickets for London on Feb 6th at Wilton's Music Hall, and 35 left for Manchester on the 5th at The Deaf Institute. And, we have just put a Bristol show on sale on the 3rd Feb at The Louisiana. Get tickets here
Also of note are the new physical release dates, which are as follows: Worldwide - Monday 10th March, with the following exceptions: US, Canada, Mexico, Italy-Tuesday 11th March. Japan and Sweden - Wednesday 12th March. Australia, NZ, Benelux, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark and Ireland - Friday 7th March.

We really appreciate everyone's patience on this matter and look forward to seeing you all at our forthcoming gigs in February. It goes without saying that anyone unhappy with the extra month's wait is entitled to a full refund, and anyone who has ordered the album with a ticket for one of the gigs will still receive their ticket for the gig. Thanks for your patience and understanding and Happy New Year to you all.
Si, Dav, Mig, Nick and Amelia
PS: Big Thanks to John Kennedy on XFM for being the first person to play Here So Rain on Radio.