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1. Radiator
2. Night Creature
3. I Can't Let Go
4. It Doesn't Seem Right
5. Going Nowhere
6. Surprise
7. There's a Sense
8. Yeah!?
9. You Know Why
10. Zealot


Criminal Records announce the singing of Weekend Recovery, ahead of the release of their album 'False Company' on 12th February. The band will join The Kut, The Exits and Argonaut on the roster, and become the first label release of 2021.

A garage rock band formed in 2017, Weekend Recovery have already created quite the buzz. Championed by Radio X, Kerrang! Radio, Planet Rock, Amazing Radio, BBC Introducing Kent and NME Presents, the band initially signed to a new independent label for the release of their record.



However mid-way through the release campaign, the pandemic struck, causing their record deal and label to collapse. However, instead of notifying the band, the label went silent - leaving the band with an album in production and a mountain of invoices to pay.



After launching their own crowd funding campaign, the band finally struck a deal with established UK independent, Criminal Records, to bring the record out in the way it was intended.



"We are delighted to announce that Weekend Recovery has officially joined the roster. We are all about the high energy anthems at Criminal Records and look forward to spinning the band’s purple 12" this spring"
.


 


// FEEDBACK //



 

'Some really nice swampy garage rock' Johnny Doom, Kerrang Radio

'I really do like the riffage in that, Weekend Recovery's new single Going Nowhere, but they certainly are going somewhere!' John Kennedy Radio X



'High energy, catchy, love it.' Abbie McCarthy, BBC Radio Kent



 'A fantastic new tune.' Charlie Ashcroft, Amazing Radio

 'Weekend Recovery deal in garage rock with knock-out choruses.' Planet Rock Magazine 'Ones to Watch' 2020.

 

// RESCHEDULED UK TOUR DATES //



 

22.04 Oporto, Leeds


23.04 Sidney & Matilda, Sheffield

24.04 Poco Loco, Kent


25.04 New Cross Inn, London



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Weekend Recovery - False Company (Digital Album)

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RADIATOR 2:36

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NIGHT CREATURE 2:38

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I CAN'T LET GO 2:31

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SURPRISE 3:51

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THERE'S A SENSE 2:58

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YEAH!? 3:03

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YOU KNOW WHY 2:37

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ZEALOT 3:23

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1. Radiator
2. Night Creature
3. I Can't Let Go
4. It Doesn't Seem Right
5. Going Nowhere
6. Surprise
7. There's a Sense
8. Yeah!?
9. You Know Why
10. Zealot


Criminal Records announce the singing of Weekend Recovery, ahead of the release of their album 'False Company' on 12th February. The band will join The Kut, The Exits and Argonaut on the roster, and become the first label release of 2021.

A garage rock band formed in 2017, Weekend Recovery have already created quite the buzz. Championed by Radio X, Kerrang! Radio, Planet Rock, Amazing Radio, BBC Introducing Kent and NME Presents, the band initially signed to a new independent label for the release of their record.



However mid-way through the release campaign, the pandemic struck, causing their record deal and label to collapse. However, instead of notifying the band, the label went silent - leaving the band with an album in production and a mountain of invoices to pay.



After launching their own crowd funding campaign, the band finally struck a deal with established UK independent, Criminal Records, to bring the record out in the way it was intended.



"We are delighted to announce that Weekend Recovery has officially joined the roster. We are all about the high energy anthems at Criminal Records and look forward to spinning the band’s purple 12" this spring"
.


 


// FEEDBACK //



 

'Some really nice swampy garage rock' Johnny Doom, Kerrang Radio

'I really do like the riffage in that, Weekend Recovery's new single Going Nowhere, but they certainly are going somewhere!' John Kennedy Radio X



'High energy, catchy, love it.' Abbie McCarthy, BBC Radio Kent



 'A fantastic new tune.' Charlie Ashcroft, Amazing Radio

 'Weekend Recovery deal in garage rock with knock-out choruses.' Planet Rock Magazine 'Ones to Watch' 2020.

 

// RESCHEDULED UK TOUR DATES //



 

22.04 Oporto, Leeds


23.04 Sidney & Matilda, Sheffield

24.04 Poco Loco, Kent


25.04 New Cross Inn, London



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