Eels return to Sage Gateshead to celebrate new album release
Eels will take to the stage at Sage Gateshead on 26 July as part of a North American and European tour to celebrate the release of the new album ‘The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett’. The full-length release by creative singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and Eels frontman, Californian Mark Oliver Everett, is being described as “an extraordinarily vivid and intimate document of personal struggle.”
The album, released on 21 April, is available for pre-order in a deluxe 26 track 2 CD edition and a double 12 inch clear vinyl edition (with 13 bonus tracks on vinyl as well); both editions include a free download.
‘The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett’ marks the 11th full-length release for Eels, whose debut ‘Beautiful Freak’ was released in 1996. Q Magazine hailed Eels as: “One of the most prolific, adventurous and moving songwriters of the past decade.”
In addition to the recordings, Everett has embarked on a number of non-musical projects as well including his acclaimed book ‘Things the Grandchildren Should Know’ and the multiple-award winning ‘Parallel Worlds, Parallel Live’s’ documentary film about Everett and his quantum physicist father, Hugh Everett III, broadcast on the BBC.
For more international Americana music at Sage Gateshead, the SummerTyne Americana Festival takes place from 18th – 20th July. The unmissable line-up includes accomplished blues musician and Hollywood action hero Steven Seagal, a remarkable double bill featuring soul legends Booker T. Jones and Bettye Lavette and The Jayhawks plus lots lots more.
For further information, please contact:
Michele McCallion, Marketing & Communications Manager, Sage Gateshead
E. email@example.com T. 0191 443 4567 M.07826 552945
Sage Gateshead is an international home for music and musical discovery located in the North East of England. Its local, national and international concert programme runs all year round and incorporates all kinds of music.
It is home to Royal Northern Sinfonia, Orchestra of Sage Gateshead, and the Folkworks programme as well as providing a much broader performance programme. Sage Gateshead offers an extensive Join In and Make Music programme that enables everyone of every age or ability to become involved in music. In addition to the work in Sage Gateshead itself, 70% of the work of the programme takes place outside of the venue and in the communities.