The House Of Love return with 'She Paints Words in Red' album in 2013Posted on 16/12/12
On December 5th 2012 The House Of Love already announced that a new album was in the making. Now they also revealed the title: "She Paints Words in Red". The album was recorded with the original 3 members Guy Chadwick (vocals, guitar), Terry Bickers (guitar) and Pete Evans (drums) accompanied by bassist Matt Jury.
The band which with the Fontana released "The House of Love" (partially produced by Daniel Miller actually) released a monument in UK's music history, returns after a studio silence of no less than 7 years. Their newest album, "She Paints Words in Red", will be out in Spring 2013 on Cherry Red Records.
"She Paints Words in Red" will be the band's 6th album, and not 5th as some media stated in the past few days. The confusion is made due to the fact that the band's debut album was also titled "The House of Love" just like the follow-up.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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