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86TVs (Self-Titled) Acoustic Instore Performance & Signing Glasgow Priority Entry with Pre-Order (7pm Tuesday 6th August 2024)

Original price £11.00 - Original price £29.00
Original price
£11.00 - £29.00
Current price £11.00
Cat no. 86TVS_GLAS_7PM_CD

This is a pre-order for a CD or Vinyl & priority entry to the instore event.

We are delighted to welcome 86TVs for an acoustic instore performance and signing in support their album in support of their album 86TVs (released 2nd August 2024) at Assai Records Glasgow, on the 6th August 2024, at 7pm.

CD + 1 Priority Entry 7pm £11*

2x CD + 2 Priority Entry 7pm £22*

Gold Colour Vinyl + 1 Priority Entry 7pm £29*

Alternative Cover Gold Colour Vinyl + 1 Priority Entry 7pm £29*

Please select "Collect instore Glasgow" at checkout.


1. Modern Life
2. Tambourine
3. Days Of Sun
4. New Used Car
5. Higher Love
6. Komerobi
7. Worn Out Buildings
8. Pipe Dream
9. Settled
10. Someone Else's Dream
11. Spinning World
12. A Million Things
13. Need You Bad
14. Dreaming
15. Living Is A Drag

After making a big impression with their debut EP ‘You Don’t Have To Be Yourself Right Now’ and selling out their recent UK headline tour, 86TVs now announce that their eagerly anticipated self-titled debut album will be released on August 2nd. The band – consisting of Maccabees alumni Hugo and Felix White, their brother Will White, and drummer Jamie Morrison (Stereophonics) – launch the album with the new single ‘Tambourine’, which received its first play earlier this week from Huw Stephens at 6 Music.

‘86TVs’ is the sound of a band with nothing to prove, yet conversely with everything to prove – if only to themselves. For if you’ve done it all – topping charts, selling out multiple nights at Alexandra Palace, headlining festivals, winning awards – you really need to believe in what you’re doing to commit to starting all over again from scratch. Joy and escapism sparks from every moment, from the rousing yet tender four-way vocal harmonies to songs that span the spectrum from ragged post-punk to skeletal introspection. An exciting new era is rapidly gathering momentum.