Annie is releasing a five-track bonus EP entitled “All Night”. The “All Night” EP will be available to purchase with Don’t Stop.
“All Night” EP Tracklisting:
1. All Night (produced by Paul Epworth)
2. I Know Ur Girlfriend Hates Me (produced by Richard X)
3. Anthonio (produced by Richard X)
4. I Can’t Let Go (with Fredrik Saroea from Datarock on guest vocals)
5. Sweet (produced by Brian Higgins/Xenomania)
In support of this new album, Annie is traveling stateside for some special DJ gigs. She’s been DJing since the late ‘90s and for these shows, she’ll spin some of her own tracks and remixes, as well as current favorites.
Annie Tour Dates:
Thu. Nov. 12 — San Francisco, CA @ Popscene
Tue. Nov. 17 — Los Angeles, CA @ Cinespace
Thu. Nov. 19 — Brooklyn, NY @ N8 Space
Annie Signs To Smalltown Supersound and announces the release of her long awaited sophomore release “Don’t Stop.” Don’t Stop reunites Annie with Timo Kaukolampi and Richard X – collaborators from the first album, Anniemal – and Paul Epworth joins the fun. The full info is below.
Annie’s Don’t Stop is out 11/17/09 on Smalltown Supersound.
Don’t Stop Tracklisting:
01. Hey Annie
02. My Love Is Better
03. Bad Times
04. Don’t Stop
05. I Don’t Like Your band
06. Songs Remind Me Of You
07. Marie Cherie
08. Take You Home
09. The Breakfast Song
11. When The Night
12. Heaven And Hell
Four years ago Annie came into our hearts with the sexiest song about bubble gum ever with her hit song “Chewing Gum.” But, the problem with a lot of the electro pop stars out there is that this song could of easily been released back on her debut album “Anniemal.” I will be honest the songs got a great hook and a very slamming little beat mustard up by the legendary Richard X. Annie also sings in this quiet higher pitched vocal than she did on her previous albums. The song still has the charm and sex appeal that Annie delivered on her debut album. I just hope the album will give us a little more variety and mixture.
By John Siwicki
Guillemots have not disappointed in the singles game “We’re Here” “Made Up Love Song” and “Trains To Brazil” were all top tunes. But given “Annie” is the fourth single off the album it just fails to meet the standards set by the other tunes or does it? The first two and half minutes of the song are just so cheesy. Yet, if you give the tune some time it develops into something so wacky by the end. The last minute or so you expect to see Fefe dancing in a conga line during the video. Musically, its one of the most interesting track they have done calling in on all of the rich influences that makes up the band. Lyrically, it won’t smash any barriers but I believe ever word out of Fefe’s mouth and he does so much with so little. Let’s take a look at the last few lines