Nobody Knows Anything

by Alex Highton

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Panic
4.
Sunlight Burns Your Skin
5.
She Had This Sister
6.
Kills
7.
The Evil That Men Do
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Fear
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I Only Asked You To Try
10.
Somebody Must Know Something
11.
Nobody Knows Anything
12.
Mephisto
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Here's my new album "Nobody Knows Anything".

"It’s another remarkable collection of stories and muses from a genius of songwriting" - BBC Introducing.

Out in Holland & Belgium Oct 13th & in the UK / Rest of the world except USA via The Gare Du Nord record label on the Nov 24th.

Out in the USA Spring 2015 on Working Dad Records.

credits

releases 13 October 2014

All songs by Alex Highton
Strings Arranged by Alex Highton
Horns Arranged by Alex Highton & Andrew McNew

Produced by David "Bear" Dobson
Mixed by Richard Boal
Mastered by Ian Button

Featuring Jonny Bridgwood, Robert Rotifer, Bonnie Dobson, Laura J Martin, Nancy Wallace, Howard Monk, Jonners Czerwik, John Howard, Tove Hansen, Claire Hollocks, Brian Ebert, Andrew McNew, Kyle Etges, Peter Lyons, David "Bear" Dobson, Nick "The Dentist" Williams, Patricia Highton, Molly Highton, Rosie Highton & The Stetchworth Kitchen Choir.

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Alex Highton Cambridge

"World Class" - The Guardian
"Restores your faith in the genre" - Tom Robinson BBC6 Music

Written in the "wilds" of Cambridgeshire "Woodditton Wives Club" chronicles his move from the city to country. Arecord replete with tales of rural S&M, mental, emotional and economic collapse, and ultimately salvation through love and family.

He's working on his next album. It's quite different to this one
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