The Reform Club Live - 30-second sample (Click to Play)
The "Yesterday and Tomorrow" tour:
23rd January: The Snowdrop, Lewes
5th March: The Con Club, Lewes
11th March: The Hope: Newhaven
25th March: The Pump House, Brighton
8th April: The Borderline, London
21st May: The Hearth, Lewes
27th May: The Park View, Brighton
24th June: The Snowdrop, Lewes
23rd July: The British Legion, Seaford
26th August: The Pump House, Brighton
1st October: Hurst Festival, Hurstpierpoint Village Centre
28th October: The King's Head, Lewes
10th December: British Legion, Seaford
28th January: The Snowdrop, Lewes
4th March: The View, Golf Club, Seaford
25th March: The King's Head, Lewes
8th April: British Legion, Seaford
29th April: Pump House, Brighton
17th June : The King's Head, Lewes
15th July: The Snowdrop, Lewes
More to follow......
November 2015. The Reform Club gather in Kent to shoot a promo video for a song called "Give War a Chance"
November 2015. New Album "Never Yesterday" is scheduled for release on January 16th 2016.
October 2015. The Independent signposts the new album. www.independent.co.uk
August 2015. The Reform Club sign exclusively to Angel Air Records www.angelair.co.uk
August 2015. Somewhere in Sussex, The Reform Club shoot footage for a track called "Teapot Lane".
August 2014. The Reform Club go back to the studio to record their second album. Simon Scardanelli to produce again.
March 2nd 2015
ANIMAL COUNTDOWN: THE NEW EP FROM NORMAN BAKER
The EP, which was recorded during the sessions for the new album by The Reform Club album, does not feature any other members of the band and is a very different sound and feel from The Reform Club. The four tracks are all acoustic, and deliberately sparse, with a nod to blues and jazz.
The title track, Animal Countdown, highlights the plight of endangered species, something Norman cares deeply about. It comes with a video, released on Youtube on the same day. Norman says: “It is shocking, and heartbreaking, to witness the sharp decline in numbers of wonderful animals like tigers and elephants. There is a real danger they may become extinct in my lifetime, bar a few in zoos. The world needs to act now to stop this happening.”
Will Travers, OBE, President of the Born Free Foundation, met Norman many years ago, and is impressed by his consistent commitment to wildlife issues. He said: “Norman is an example to us all. If we care about the plight of the natural world we can all make a difference by using our talents and a little bit of our time to show our compassion.”
Philip Mansbridge, UK Director of IFAW, said: “It’s great to see an MP so engaged in the issue of wildlife protection and fantastic to see him spreading the animal welfare message in such a creative way. We wish him every success with the EP!”
Animal Countdown is available to download on iTunes and will also be available to view on YouTube. The hard-hitting video, which has been created by independent film producer Mark Atkins to accompany the track, features footage supplied by the Born Free Foundation, which is based in Horsham.