dimanche, octobre 24, 2004

Tim Booth

James Frontman Goes Solo

By Paul Cashmere

24 October 2004

Former James frontman Tim Booth will make his solo debut in the USA in January 2005.

Booth left James three years ago, shortly after the release of their 'Pleased To Meet You' album, effectively ending the group.

Their hits included 'Sound', 'Sit Down' and 'Laid'.

Booth took the last three years off but recently went back into the studio to record his album 'Bone'. In that time, he dabbled in acting, writing and the occasional DJing.

'Bone' is described as "seductively poppy and a bit dancier" than pervious James records. "There's some dark lyrics on there," says Tim, "but ultimately, I'm an optimist. I like my happy endings."

The release of the album means Booth is back on the road. He recently toured the UK and Europe and performed at T in the Park.

KOCH will release the record in America on January 25. It is already available in Australia and the UK.

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