David Woodcock

David Woodcock

David Woodcock by David Woodcock sleeve
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Release notes: Early orders of CD from Blow Up shop come with signed lyric postcard while stocks last
  1. Same Things
  2. Open Secret
  3. Splinters
  4. Relatively Single Man
  5. The Adventures Of You And Me (1)
  6. End Of An Era
  7. Beggars Can't Be Choosers
  8. The Girl I Used To Know
  9. Just A Friend
  10. Memories
  11. Springtime In New York
  12. I Forgot To Miss You (1) Late Night At The Railway Hotel
Cat. No: BU089
UK Release Date: 04 August 2014
Formats: CD / Digital
Status: Out Now

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"David Woodcock is a talent. Every observation is honed to perfection. Brilliant" ★★★★ IAN MCCANN, RECORD COLLECTOR

★★★★ SHINDIG!

"Part Stiff Records, part Brit Pop. A reckless Stephen Duffy or an Essex Jarvis Cocker" STEVE LAMACQ, BBC 6 MUSIC

"Fabulous stuff. A very talented fellow" MARC RILEY, BBC 6 MUSIC

"Literate, melancholic and uplifting, [a] big-hearted gem of an album"
4/5 THE SUN

STEVE LAMACQ 'NEW FAVOURITE BAND',
BBC 6 MUSIC, AUG. 2014

"Biting lyrics and catchy pop tunes: watch this space"
7/10 VIVE LE ROCK

"A debut brimming over with promise" SCOOTERING

"David Woodcock's debut album is a wonderful thing"
'ALBUM OF THE DAY' RN BREAKFAST, ABC AUSTRALIA

About This Release

The self-titled debut album from David Woodcock - buy now with limited signed postcard (exclusive to Blow Up shop) and all good retailers! 

Includes the singles 'Open Secret', ‘Same Things’ and ‘Beggars Can’t Be Choosers’, which have had strong radio support from key UK tastemakers, Steve Lamacq – "A great little pop record" – (BBC 6 Music), John Kennedy (Xfm X-posure Hot One) and Gary Crowley (BBC London + Amazing Radio)

David's songs are steeped in the classic British song writing tradition epitomised by the likes of Ray Davies, Steve Harley and Ian Dury. Lyrics filled with humour, pathos, wry observations and a riotous energy – in David’s music there’s certainly an air of Ian Hunter rockin’ it up with Mott The Hoople, Vivian Stanshall as a drunken Harry Nilsson, Pete Doherty with a clean bill of health or Damon Albarn in young, cocky scamp mode. Live, David works the room to the max. He gives us tales of lost love, lust, jealousy, memories, regrets and of living life to its messy limits and all the consequences that entails. On record the energy remains. Turn it on, pour a drink and revel in the world of David Woodcock!