The Rails – Call Me When It All Goes Wrong

Labels:Thirty Tigers
Number of Tracks:1
Total Time:00:03:02
From the Album:Call Me When It All Goes Wrong
Available Date & Time: Jul 17 2019 09:30:00 EDT
Impact Date: Aug 05 2019 00:00:00

The Rails 

"Call Me When It All Goes Wrong"

Impacting August 5

From the album Cancel The Sun

Available August 16

Paste Session


Written by the Rails and produced by Stephen Street, best known for his work with The Smiths and Blur, the album marks a welcome return for these fine purveyors of 21st century folk and it’s the first new music since the 2017 release of their Other People album.

There’s something different about The Rails on their brilliant third album. It’s not just the sound of the record, which is harder, tougher and rockier than ever before. Cancel The Sun is melodic and immediate, and brings together the musical pasts of Kami Thompson and James Walbourne in a record that sounds like a pure version of themselves.

The single ‘Call Me When It All Goes Wrong’ signals a revitalized, tougher guitar pop edge and marks “a big step forward for us,” Thompson says. “We were freed up by working better together to draw in our influences.”

What makes The Rails so special are their trademark harmonies, evident throughout the album. “We sing together, and we can’t wait till the other one joins in,” Walbourne says. “That is something that's great and very natural, and we can telepathically do it now, which is a great thing to be able to do with someone. I don't get that from anyone else.”.

They will be touring the US in August opening for Rufus Wainwright and also appearing at AmericanaFest in Nashville in September before heading back to the UK for a headlining tour in October.




Tour Dates:


7/31 – The Lexington – London, UK
8/1 – Cambridge Folk Festival – Cambridge, UK
8/18 – Beautiful Days Festival Escot Park- Devon, UK
8/20 – Ridgefield Playhouse – Ridgefield, CT w/ Rufus Wainwright
8/22 – The Birchmere – Alexandria, VA w/ Rufus Wainwright
8/23 – The Jay and Linda Grunin Center – Toms River, NJ w/ Rufus Wainwright
8/24 – South Orange Performing Arts Center – South Orange, NJ w/ Rufus Wainwright
8/27 – Joe’s Pub – NYC, NY
8/29 – Landmark On Main Street – Port Washington, NY w/ Rufus Wainwright
9/10-15 – AmericanaFest – Nashville, TN
10/20 – Deaf Institute – Manchester, UK
10/21 – King Tuts- Glasgow, UK
10/22 – Cluny – Newcastle, UK
10/23 – Phase One – Liverpool, UK
10/24 – Trades Club – Hebden Bridge, UK
10/25 – Railway – Winchester, UK
10/27 – Hare and Hounds – Birmingham UK
10/28 – Louisiana – Bristol, UK
10/29 – Oslo – London, UK




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