All The Damn Kids – Echoes

Release date: December 2010 (Elvis Lives)

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The band everyone is talking about have been busy polishing their artillery, and are back with the follow up to their well received debut single ‘The Book Stops Here’. ‘Echoes‘ is a throbbing piece of indie-pop brilliance (and incidentally was one of the demo tracks which helped forge a name for the band in their early days).

Also check out the video, produced by the very talented Sarah Keeling.

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All The Damn Kids – The Books Stop Here

Release date: 17th May 2010 (Elvis Lives)

“brilliantly well-crafted unreleased indie pop from All The Damn Kids”

Jon Hillcock (NME Radio)

Currently one of the most talked about bands in Sheffield. Since forming in 2008 in their halls of residence, Will, Emily, James, Nigel and Jereth have been busy carving a name for themselves.

‘The Books Stop Here’ marks the dawning of a new chapter for ATDK, with this classic, anthemic indie pop song. It’s short, sharp and slick with an uplifting chorus and a strong female harmony from Emily: “We don’t know where we’re going but it’s ok”. This debut single looks set to earn the band an even bigger army of followers!

Check out their MySpace to hear more.

ATDK have kindly made their tracks free to download. Why not listen to them below, then download them from our SoundCloud.

All The Damn Kids – The Books Stop Here video!

Here’s the video for All the Damn Kids excellent single The Books Stop Here! directed by Sarah Keeling. See what you think. Alternatively, you can still listen to the single here or hear much more from ATDK on their myspace.

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Happy New Year From Ask Me PR!

Building on the success of their much lauded debut single ‘Live and Live Lonely’, My Albatross release their new single ‘Rich Man’s Daughter’ early in 2010. This time the boys couple their trademark alt rock guitars with Beach Boys-esque rock and roll harmonies. The haunting B-side ‘I Don’t Love You’ features a different arrangement of band members ,and is sure to surprise and amaze you in equal measure.
 
Fresh from recording their new single with The Earlies, Blind Atlas look set to make waves with Take a While. Expect to hear lots more from the Anglo/ American alt-rockers early in the year.
 
 
 Also… prepare yourself for some exceptional and unique bands from the Ask Me roster. We are thrilled to be working with Ben Heyworth AKA This Morning Call, Singer/ songwriter Twin Thea and the band Sheffield is literally ‘buzzing’ about…  All The Damn Kids! Definitely a big year at Ask Me PR!