Kirsten & Marie release debut album

Kirsten & Marie release debut album

It's only four days till the debut album of cult-duo Kirsten & Marie is finally released. It's called Newspeak.

A couple of years ago Kirsten & Marie blew our minds on a staircase after an Oh No Ono show. We had played around with the idea of starting a label for some time and meeting Kirsten & Marie was one the key reasons for that idea to actually manifest itself. They became the first signing to Tambourhinoceros, their EP from 2010 was sold out many months ago and now we're truly exited to present this album to all of you.

You can pre-order Newspeak on CD or limited edition 180g gatefold vinyl here or digitally.

Watch a video from the studio sessions of Newspeak.

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