Glastonbury on the box
18th June 2016
If you’re not joining us at Glastonbury this year, tune in to BBC Four’s James programme on Friday 7:30-8pm to watch 30 minutes of highlights from the set.
It’s worth keeping an eye and an ear on media coverage of the festival in general, as we don’t always get a heads up when the band will feature. Add James to your ‘favourites’ line up on the BBC’s Glastonbury micro-site too, apparently you’ll get updates through the site and it may minimise the risk of missing out on James content they share.
We have also had confirmation that Tim will be chatting with Chris Evans live on air at the festival site on Friday morning – tune in to Radio 2 at or around 8:30am.
Virgin Radio Takeover
14th June 2016
Tim and Jim will be on air with Virgin Radio from 10am-1pm on Sunday 19 June, helping choose songs and chatting about their selections over the course of the 3-hour programme.
You can listen on DAB radio or online.
Tim will also be a guest on Edith Bowman’s Breakfast Show on Thursday 23 June, appearing sometime between 9-10am.
UPDATE: If you missed the Sunday Takeover broadcast you can listen again here.
(For the sake of clarity, Tim and Jim have only chosen the songs they discuss—the rest of the programming is Virgin’s.)
Radio 2 Maida Vale session
3rd June 2016
Delighted to confirm the band will be joining Jo Whiley at the historic Maida Vale studios for a live session on Wednesday 15th June. Tune in to her programme on BBC Radio 2 from 8-10pm, you can listen on 88-91 FM, DAB or online.
Presenting our new music video: Girl At The End Of The World
23rd May 2016
Tim says, “Kris’s ‘To My Surprise’ video is already an official selection for the Annercy International Film Festival, it’s up against adverts created on a hundred times his budget. Once again he works miracles for us, creating this video of beauty on the budget of a lyric video (Monopoly money), made from the generosity of his spirit and sticky back plastic. It contrasts the release of the departed with the grief of those left behind and is beautifully cast, acted and danced.”
NOTTINGHAM POSTPONED – So very sorry!
21st May 2016
We are so sorry to announce that one of the band has taken ill and our show at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall tonight will need to be rescheduled. We intend to reschedule for later this year.
The band appreciate your understanding and support on this disappointing end to an incredible tour.
Ticket holders will be contacted ASAP with further details, please refer to your point of purchase for any refunds required.
In the meantime, feel free to send Tim good wishes for a speedy recovery on Twitter via @RealTimBooth.
Our show at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Saturday which we sadly had to postpone, has now been rescheduled for Tuesday 6th December 2016. All tickets for the original date are valid for 6th December and ticket holders will be contacted by their ticket agent. We apologise for the unwelcome news that there wasn’t availability to reschedule this show for a weekend. Please refer to your point of purchase if a refund is required. The band appreciate your understanding and look forward to a special show in Nottingham in December.
Note from Tim to gig attendees
13th May 2016
We had a little incident at the gig last night which Tim has written a few words about, please take a moment to read his blog if you’re coming along to one of the shows.
On the continent
11th May 2016
If you’re thinking of booking travel, you may wish to hang on until the end of the week, as there is one more possible date up in the air at the moment…
UPDATE: We’ve now confirmed the third and final show in this series: Le Trabendo in Paris on Friday 17th June. Tickets on sale now, visit the Live page for links.
We’ll also be doing the VIP Soundchecks at these three shows and you can buy a separate upgrade to use along with your concert ticket. These are available from the web shop.
Within striking distance of London on Saturday?
28th April 2016
The band are beavering away in rehearsal rooms preparing for the Girl At The End Of The World Tour which kicks off on Monday, and they’ve decided to throw the doors open for a couple of dozen fans on Saturday night… They’ll be performing an informal rehearsal set of about 60-90 mins before an audience of a few friends/family/business associates plus 20 fans who’ve been lucky enough to win tickets to this once in a lifetime experience.
Wanna come? Here’s how you can be in with a chance. Send us a photo that shows, in your own way, you’ve got nothing but love for the band. You need to feature in the photo but otherwise it’s up to you how you express it. Surround yourself with your James collection. Show us your James tattoo. Model your favourite James t-shirt. A piece of art inspired by their music. Show us your kiddies named in honour of the band: James, Daisy, Daniel, Grace, Larry, Chunny Lad (errr instant winner if you’ve got a birth certificate proving that one!), your band inspired by James, or whatever else!
Post it on Facebook here, tweet it with the hashtag #wearejames, or e-mail it to competitions[at]wearejames[dot]com before the closing time of 7pm tomorrow night (Friday 29 April). The band will select 10 winners of a pair of tickets apiece, and we’ll notify you as soon as we can, hopefully late Friday but possibly Saturday morning.
As this is such a special opportunity and places so limited, it’s important we don’t let a single ticket go to waste, so please only enter if you’re able to come. We’ll let the winners know the exact time and place, but for now all we can say is it’s taking place in London on Saturday evening.
Good luck one and all! We’ll see some of you on Saturday.
Radio 2 ‘Saturday Session’ coming soon
26th April 2016
Delighted to confirm the band will be back in the Radio 2 studio next weekend as guests on Dermot O’Leary’s programme (with Jo Whiley sitting in), playing a couple of tracks for the Saturday Sessions, and chatting about their new single, title track Girl At The End Of The World.
Tune in on FM, DAB or online between 3-6pm. If you miss it you’ll be able to catch up later via the BBC Radio 2 website.
Venue change for London – Shepherd’s Bush Empire 4th May
18th April 2016
As some of you may be aware, there’s been ongoing structural repair work taking place at Shepherd’s Bush Empire this year, which was expected to be complete in time for our show there on Wednesday 4th May.
We’re sorry to have to confirm that the repairs have not yet been finished, and in the interests of safety the venue won’t be able to reopen in time for our show.
But fear not, the gig will go ahead on the same date and will simply move across town to The Forum in Kentish Town. All tickets for the original venue remain valid, you don’t need to exchange them to attend.
Sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused, we’d love to have been able to go ahead with the show there as planned, but in the circumstances we feel a move to The Forum is a very good solution and hope you will too.
An unexpected perk is that The Forum holds 200 more than Shepherd’s Bush Empire, so although the show was sold out we can now make squeeze a few more of you in to see the show. The additional tickets go on sale tomorrow, Tuesday 19th April via gigsandtours.com and ticketweb.co.uk.