Richard Hawley Further We've got a few A1 sized posters to give away with the album, you'll just have to pay a little extra on P&P. The new full length album from Richard Hawley. Further marks a departure for Hawley who has, to date, named all his albums after Sheffield icons or landmarks in his home city. For his new work, however, he wanted to capture the intention of moving forwards, but without jettisoning his past... Optimism lies at the heart of an album made largely in Sheffield with co-producers Colin Elliot and Shez Sheridan. "I really wanted to challenge myself to try to keep things relatively up-tempo and keep the songs to about three minutes long," says Hawley. BMG Rights Management CD | LP
Richard Hawley Richard Hawley Vinyl reissue of the self-titled record from Richard Hawley, originally released in 2001. Setanta Records LP
Richard Hawley Coles Corner Critics were almost unanimous in their praise for Coles Corner. - the fourth studio album from English pop/rock icon Richard Hawley, originally released on 5 September 2005. The title immortalises the legendary Sheffield landmark Coles Corner, a popular meeting place of old and new lovers. The album was nominated for the 2006 Mercury Music Prize for best album. LP
Richard Hawley Hollow Meadows Eighth album from long-stading Sheffield solo artist Richard Hawley who used to be in The Longpigs and even played with Pulp for a bit! Meditating on such themes as ageing, fallibility and relationships, much of the album shares a brooding, yet wistful and romantic atmosphere in keeping with early albums Late Night Final and Lowedges, as well as touches of 2009’s Truelove’s Gutter (‘Nothing Like A Friend’) and Standing At The Sky’s Edge (‘Which Way’, ‘Welcome The Sun’) CD | LP
Richard Hawley Heart Of Oak Heart Of Oak comes from Richard Hawley's new album Hollow Meadows and is backed by an exclusive non-album B-side! Parlophone 7"
Richard Hawley Truelove's Gutter Truelove's Gutter, the sixth studio album from Hawley, was first released on 21 September 2009. Another album title referring to an ancient street in Hawley's native Sheffield, now thought to be the location of present-day Castle Street, which was allegedly named after 18th-century innkeeper Thomas Truelove, who used charge local people to dump their rubbish in the gutter in the street that then flowed down to the River Don. Thematically, Hawley’s darkest album to date. The album features some uncommon instrumentation, such as the waterphone, megabass, and cristal baschet. LP
Richard Hawley I Still Want You 7" with I Still Want You from Richard Hawley's Hollow Meadows Parlophone 7"