Swansea To Hornsey (Anniversary Edition)
Due to unprecedented demand TRAMPOLENE (the Welsh group, not the bouncy thing spelled with an ‘i’!) will re-release their classic debut album ‘Swansea To Hornsey’ (Anniversary Edition).
On the same day singer, guitar slinger and lead Tramp, Jack Jones, will publish his first novel, also entitled ‘Swansea To Hornsey’. Says Jack Jones:
“The album and the book is ‘Swansea To Hornsey’ as it should have been. We couldn’t find anyone to publish the book the first time round. I always wanted to give fans the ultimate experience of listening to the album & reading my book. I was gob smacked when Peter (Doherty) said he loved the book so much he was gonna start a publishing company and put my book into the world…not something you hear every day. We edited it together as we drove across Europe…getting to know each other even deeper. It was a magical time, and now this all feels like a surreal dream. The album has been going for silly money on eBay & fans are always asking for it to be re-pressed…so we thought f**k it, let’s make it happen.”
‘Swansea To Hornsey’ was recorded at Ray Davies’ Konk Studios in London’s Muswell Hill (the ‘Hornsey’ of the title) and produced by Jack Jones & engineer Josh Green and mixed by Cenzo Townshend (Jamie T / Everything Everything).
The album includes the singles ‘Alcohol Kiss’. TRAMPOLENE have released four albums - ‘Swansea To Hornsey’ (2017); ’Pick A Pocket or Two’ (2018); and two Official Independent Album Breakers No. 1’s and top 10 Independent Chart albums ’Love No Less Than A Queen’ (2021) and ‘Rules of Love & War’ (2023). Band personnel: Jack Jones - vocals/guitar, Wayne Thomas - bass/vocals and Mr Williams - drums/Keyboards/Violin/vocals.
What the press said on the original release of ‘Swansea To Hornsey’ in October 2017:
“Intersperses poetry with rock in a way few artists dare to do today…their reference points are as versatile as any release this year - Patti Smith, Oasis, Dylan Thomas, Peter Doherty…Jones bleeds on these songs.” The Independent (’10 Best Albums of 2017’)
// “ A swaggering debut that demands to be played loud.” GQ // “Beautifully crafted songwriting.” **** The Sun
// “Brilliant debut from indie gutter poets…these passionate postcards from the edge demand attention.” **** Q Magazine
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