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Jerkcurb is going to release his debut album ‘Air Con Eden’ this September

He's also got a new UK tour planned for later this year.
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Published: 11:17 pm, June 19, 2019
Jerkcurb is going to release his debut album ‘Air Con Eden’ this September

South east London songwriter Jerkcurb is going to release his debut album ‘Air Con Eden’ this autumn.

Due on 13th September, it’s preceded by new single ‘Timelapse Tulip’, which you can check out below.

Of the accompanying video, he says: “My only pretence was I wanted it to be set in one apartment, someone’s life shown over a period of time, told through snapshots, small details. Bert [director Gilbert Bannerman] took this idea to somewhere I never would have anticipated. It was completely new territory for everyone - which made it so exciting.”

Jerkcurb is also touring the UK later this year:

OCTOBER
11 Rough Trade, Bristol
13 YES, Manchester
14 Headrow House, Leeds
15 Hug and Pint, Glasgow
17 Chats Palace, London

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