Comes with download code/immediate download and fika (peach tea and a caramelised apple cake recipe selected by Red Shoe Diaries) in a handmade 10” screen printed sleeve. Limited to 300 hand numbered copies.
Includes unlimited streaming of When I Find My Heart...
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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edition of 300
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Red Shoe Diaries are five friends from Nottingham, UK, who write pop songs for messed-up grown-ups.
Since before they knew how to talk to girls, guitarist Ashley and singer Thomas have been writing songs and playing music together, and now, years down the line, these teenage bedroom rumblings have matured into a sophisticated blend all of their own.
The missing links were added gradually, with long time college friend, Michael playing drums and adding musical direction. Singer Leanne came next, introducing herself at an early gig as “what you need”. They needed bass too, and Rob didn’t have one yet, but he had what they wanted, so, he got this guitar and he learned how to make it talk.
They were complete. So they started gigging more seriously, playing with the likes of The Wave Pictures, Ballboy, Allo Darlin, Nouvelle Vague, A Sunny Day in Glasgow, and playing at festivals such as Indietracks, Edinburgh Popfest and Summer Sundae. They were also given the opportunity to play in Paris, France, all in a busy 2010.
One previous self-released EP has received much praise and built the band a still-growing reputation and strong fan-base. Now, having lots of new songs under their collective belt, 2011 saw them record a five track EP, soon to be released on 10” vinyl.
“Nottingham favourites Red Shoe Diaries make sophisticated indie pop that joins the dots from Jacques Brel to Darren Hayman in epic, Morricone-esque broad strokes. Possibly the most exciting glittery-literary indie pop band to come from Nottingham since Tindersticks”. - Fists
“Outside of The Melons Nottingham hasn’t really had a great pop band. But that might change with Red Shoe Diaries getting everyone’s hearts a flutter” - A Layer of Chips