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On April 15, 2013.

On April 15, 2013, “Perfect Sound Forever” label released “Graceless”, the debut SULK album. It was recorded 2012 – 2013, at “ICP Studios” in Brussels, Belgium, “Gun Factory” in London, and was produced by Ed Buller and Marc Waterman.

Personnel:

  • Jon Sutcliffe – vocals
  • Tomas Kubowicz – lead guitar
  • Andrew Needle – rhythm guitar
  • Jakub Starzyński – bass guitar
  • Bhairav Gupta – drums
  • Paul-Édouard Laurendeau – engineer
  • Antti Joas, Jonas Verwijnen – mixing

Track listing:

  1. Sleeping Beauty
  2. Flowers
  3. Diamonds In Ashes
  4. The Big Blue
  5. Marian Shrine
  6. Back In Bloom
  7. Wishes
  8. Down
  9. If You Wonder
  10. End Time

 

 

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On September 11, 2015.

On September 11, 2015, “Stylus Records” label released “Keep the Village Alive”, the ninth Stereophonics studio album. It was recorded 2011 – 2014, at “ICP Studios” in Brussels, Belgium, “Stylus Studios” in London, and was produced by Kelly Jones and Jim Lowe.

Personnel:

  • Kelly Jones- lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Richard Jones- bass guitar
  • Adam Zindani- guitar, backing vocals
  • Jamie Morrison– drums
  • Sam Yapp, Javier Weyler– drums
  • Mikey Rowe – Wurly
  • Jim Lowe – additional Hammond, programming
  • Neil Cowley – additional piano
  • Tony Kirkham – additional piano, Hammond
  • Rosie Danvers – cello
  • Helen Hathorn – violin
  • Emma Owens – viola
  • David Arnoldwith Kelly Jones – orchestral arrangements
  • Nicholas Dodd – orchestration

Orchestra

  • John Bradbury – leader
  • Eos Chater, Dorina Markoff, John Bradbury, Johnathan Strange, Oli Langford, Christina Emanuel, Tom Pigott-Smith, Jackie Hartley, Peter Hanson, Ralph De Souza, Johnathan Rees, David Woodcock, Debbie Widdup, Natalia Bonner – violin section
  • Reiad Chibah, Julia Knight, Sue Dench, Nick Barr – viola section
  • Nick Cooper, Chris Worsey, Adrian Bradbury, Frank Schaefer – cello section
  • Pete Smith – tuba
  • Roger Argente – bass trombone
  • Andy Wood – tenor trombone
  • Phillip Eastop, Mike Murray, Corinne Bailey, Martin Owen – French horns
  • Daniel Newell, Jason Evans, Andy Cowley, Amos Miller – B♭ Trumpet
  • Eos Chater – violin
  • Gay-Yee Westerhoff – cello
  • Nick Barr – viola
  • Craig Silvey – mixing
  • Paul Edouard-Laurendeau – studio assistant
  • Greg Calbi – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks written by Kelly Jones.

  1. C’est la Vie
  2. White Lies
  3. Sing Little Sister
  4. I Wanna Get Lost With You
  5. Song for the Summer
  6. Fight or Flight
  7. My Hero
  8. Sunny
  9. Into the World
  10. Mr and Mrs Smith

 

On January 22, 2016.

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On January 22, 2016, “Suede Ltd.” label released “Night Thoughts”, the seventh Suede studio album. It was recorded in 2014, and was produced by Ed Buller and Neil Codling. The album was accompanied by a feature film, directed by Roger Sargent.

Personnel:

  • Brett Anderson– vocals
  • Mat Osman– bass guitar
  • Simon Gilbert– drums, percussion
  • Richard Oakes– guitars
  • Neil Codling– synthesizer, piano
  • Andy Hughes– engineer
  • Paul-Edouard Laurendeau – engineer
  • Cenzo Townsend– mixing
  • Joel M. Peters – assistant engineer
  • Tony Cousins – mastering
  • Oli Langford – strings arrangement, violin, viola
  • Danny Keane – cello
  • Tom Fry – double bass
  • James Mainwaring – baritone saxophone

Track listing:

  1. When You Are Young – Brett Anderson, Neil Codling
  2. Outsiders – Brett Anderson, Neil Codling
  3. No Tomorrow – Brett Anderson, Richard Oakes
  4. Pale Snow – Brett Anderson, Neil Codling, Richard Oakes
  5. I Don’t Know How to Reach You – Brett Anderson, Neil Codling, Richard Oakes
  6. What I’m Trying to Tell You – Brett Anderson, Neil Codling, Richard Oakes
  7. Tightrope – Brett Anderson, Neil Codling
  8. Learning to Be – Brett Anderson, Richard Oakes
  9. Like Kids – Brett Anderson, Richard Oakes
  10. I Can’t Give Her What She Wants – Brett Anderson, Richard Oakes
  11. When You Were Young – Brett Anderson, Neil Codling
  12. The Fur and the Feathers – Brett Anderson, Richard Oakes, Neil Codling