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The Chills 2014 EU Tour T-Shirts

The Chills 2014 EU Tour T-Shirts

Now available from Fire Records

Fresh off of the back of the bands European tour last month, we're more than chuffed to announce that we have 3 great t-shirts for sale. They are as shown above, only with the igloo 'Tour T-shirt' has the tour dates on the back. We have them in sizes S,M & L. Snap them up before they're gone.

We also have a number of The Chills' LPs and CDs for sale from our site, have a look below for more info!

Listen to 'Night of Chill Blue' here

And buy the Double CD or Triple

LP here

We also have the fantastic live album 'Somewhere Beautiful' it was the first release to cement the partnership between Fire Records and The Chills, it's also a collaboration with acclaimed contemporary artist Shane Cotton.

"Somewhere Beautiful" is a triple LP set of live recordings featuring lavish packaging and a print of Cotton's artwork.

All songs on the three LPs were performed by The Chills and recorded at a private party on New Year's Eve 2011, in Central Otago, New Zealand. Each portfolio contains a unique art print inscribed with lyrics by Martin Phillipps of The Chills. Music and art are brought together in this contemporary object, where text intertwines with image in order to generate the sensational and the unexpected.

The collaboration between The Chills and Shane Cotton came about via Conceptio Art and David Telpitzky, who brought the two artists together. Shane painted the diptych "Rolling Moon" as a response to the live performance featured on this record.

Listen to ‘Find Your Own Way Home’ here

Buy direct from Fire Records here

Stand By is released in conjunction with the bands European tour, it is a reissue of their 2004 tour only EP. Now it’s been remastered with the addition of the previously unreleased tracks 'Find Your Own Way Home' and a special cover of Neil Diamond's 'Solitary Man', this exclusive tour only release automatically signs you up to ICE, the International Chills Enthusiasts fan club. Alternatively you can sign up directly by contacting icefanclug@gmail.com for goodies

Here is the track list, the Neil Diamond is great honestly!

1 Liberty Or Love
2 February
3 Bad Dancer
4 Falling Off Your Throne
5 Little Boy
6 Torturing Me
7 True Romance
8 This Time Tomorrow
9 Find Your Own Way Home (Previously Unreleased)
10. Solitary Man (Neil Diamond Cover)

Copyright © 2014 Fire Records, All rights reserved.

ENDS

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