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Killing Eve In America!

Co-written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge(Fleabag) and Emerald Fennell, Killing Eve is back with season 2, initially screened in the States but due to start in the UK on 8 June.   The soundtrack includes one of the most popular hits in Cherry Red's catalogue, 'Kids In America' by Kim Wilde.   We represent Kim's first three albums (originally issued on RAK).

The June Brides’ Nest

The June Brides were a quietly influential mid-80s Indie band who pre-empted the whole C86 movement with a string of memorable records.   Their 1985 Indie hit 'No Place Called Home' (issued on Marc Riley's In Tape label) can be heard in TV series The Nest, a new UK drama described as "thrilling and provocative" by theBBC.    It's been created by Sue

Andy Pawlak’s Secrets

Tyneside singer-songwriter Andy Pawlak's debut album, Shoebox Full Of Secrets, was a critic's favourite back in 1989.  But despite acclaim and airplay for singles 'Mermaids', 'Secrets' and 'Mother's Day', it failed to cross over.   Since then, it's become a cult classic and Cherry Red are proud to now

No Strangers to Folk Rock

Released on the Grapefruit label on 29 March, Strangers In The Room is a new 3-CD box set devoted to the UK Folk-Rock boom of the late 60s and early 70s. Cherry Red control the rights to many of tracks, from acts on John Peel's

Live Rocks!

Cherry Red have recently acquired the rights to a juggernaut full of rare live Rock recordings from the past. Part of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal, Jet Records' band Girl were clearly influenced by Glam Rock with their blonde image - we now

Zior & Monument

Cherry Red are now the proud representatives of three legendary rarities from the early 70s Progressive Rock boom.   Originally issued on the Nepentha label in 1971, Zior's sole eponymous LP hinged around the talents of multi-instrumentalist Keith Bonsor, with productions duties from Peter Lee Stirling

Metal Spider

Formed in Liverpool in the mid-1970s, Spider were a popular heavy rock band who recorded three albums across the early 80s, which sat midway musically between the boogie twelve-bar blues of Status Quo and the histrionic power of the new wave of British heavy metal

Spencer Davis’ Souvenir

The Souvenir is a new Anglo-American drama film starring Tilda Swinton, Tom Burke and Honor Swinton Byrne, which was premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on 27 January.   The plot concerns a shy film student finding her voice as an artist while navigating a turbulent courtship