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16 December 2008

our new single is out now



the daily telegraph might have cruelly written us off in the race for the christmas number one, but we haven't given up hope. our new single came out yesterday. if anyone did want to buy it then you can get it from itunes and amazon in america, and if you live in the uk you can have fun downloading it from the new amazon mp3 store or from emusic, or you could wait for itunes to put it up over here, which will hopefully happen any moment now. oh, and if you live in america you can buy the video from itunes too. hooray!

we played in london last night. we had a really lovely time. a big christmas thank you to everyone that came along to see us. i was quite expecting no one at all to turn up in the middle of the christmas party season, so it was amazing that so many people came.

for anyone that couldn't make it, we played the first snowflake live for the first time, and now we probably won't play that again for another year. and we did a cover of the shakin stevens song 'merry christmas everyone', which i enjoyed doing so much that i wanted to do it again and forgot myself slightly while we were playing 'be gentle with me' imagining that we were going to play it again. i hope everyone that came had as much fun as we did. i can't wait for the full tour next year when the new album comes out.

i'll write again tomorrow. today i am just letting you know you can buy things.

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click on the button to download the song from itunes usa

The Boy Least Likely To - The First Snowflake - Single - The First Snowflake

click on this button to download the video

The First Snowflake


and you can download the song from amazon and emusic in the uk but i can't work out how to make links for them and i've got lots of other things to be getting on with. sorry.

Comments

the daily telegraph doesn't know what it's talking about. you guys have the best song on that list

Merry Christmas!

Posted by: glottis | 16 December 2008

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