Cream rises to the top and momentum built quickly; with two tours already under their belt, Three Children of Fortune began 2004 with the release of their debut limited edition EP ‘Graveyard Days’ on ORG Records. Their sound defies their years, and they immediately won fans in the form of Radio One’s Steve Lamacq, Mary Anne Hobbs and XFM’s John Kennedy – who made their record Single of the Week.
The band followed this with additional support slots with live favourites Agent Blue and Bitch Alert, before bringing 2004 to a triumphant close with a support slot with Biffy Clyro at John Kennedy’s celebrated Xposure night.
TCOF welcome in 2005 with the release of their eagerly awaited single ‘Scarlet Fever’ on March 21st through Perfect Songs/Noise Underground. ‘Scarlet Fever’ will be available on CD only and features the previously unreleased ‘Flesh & Bone’ and the stunning video to ‘Scarlet Fever’.
The band will also be back on the road, including a string of live dates with Queen Adreena. Dates are as follows:
Tuesday 8th – London Metro
Tuesday 15th – London Garage, Upstairs at the Garage (XFM/Glasswerk Festival)
18th – Northampton Soundhouse (supporting Queen Adreena)
19th – Oxford Zodiac (supporting Queen Adreena)
21st – Cardiff Barfly (supporting Queen Adreena)
22nd – London ICA (supporting Queen Adreena)
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