We’re thrilled to announce the fantastic lost debut album from The Cheek will be the second release from The Lost Music Club!
The Cheek (formerly Cheeky Cheeky and The Nosebleeds) are Woodbridge’s finest indie export. With a frantic live reputation and a cult following, their debut album was due in 2010 but never surfaced. The bloated major label machine that picked up the teen five-piece for a six-figure sum seemed to be spluttering to the end of its overblown life. As the music industry changed, got used to the Spotify take over and streaming grew exponentially, their major label home stripped back and bid them adieu. Their album, Lovers’ Quarrel, had not been heard since, but now takes its place as lostmsicclub02 and will be available for the first time.
Lovers’ Quarrel and download
Lovers’ Quarrel is a prime example of why we set up this label. It’s a phenomenally strong debut that shows off fantastic lost song writing talent that deserves to be heard. From the dancefloor stompers of Do Nothing and Just One Night to the philosophical Goodnight, Goodnight, via the reverbed reflection of What Goes On, this is an album that should have been out years ago.
Pre order your copy here and check out a free download of Do Nothing
Lovers’ Quarrel will be released on October 27th on limited CD and all your usual digital outlets. You can pre order your copy from our shop here.
Coinciding with the release, we’re excited to say that The Cheek will be performing for the first time since 2010 at Birthdays, Dalston, on Tuesday October 28th. Tickets are £5 and available here.
See you then!