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Release date: 23rd July 2011

Ever wondered what ‘DeJa Vu’ would sound like if it had been recorded by the La’s in a Digbeth studio, Birmingham and with Robin Pecknold at the controls?

Well sort of, here is the new record from Goodnight Lenin, a 17 min aural waterbed of a rural midlands dream. Frankly the band have gigged their pants off in the last year and built up a solid audience before entering the studio with Tim Felton (Seeland) and Brian Duffy (Modified Toy Orchestra) to help advance the fertile skiffle of their debut seven and nail that Greenwich Village Elektra DNA.

For fans of Fleet Foxes, Johnny Flynn, Tunng and Laura Marling
CD edition ltd to 1000 copies.

The band will launch the record with a a show at the MAC. The gig will take place in the outdoor amphitheatre, which will welcome up to 450 fans to celebrate the release with special guests The Travelling Band appearing before Goodnight Lenin take to the stage.

Tickets are £10 (£7 concessions) are available exclusively from the MAC website


Goodnight Lenin are a five piece band from Birmingham made up of Fell (Guitar/Vocals), Conway (Guitar/Vocals), McCreedy (Violin/Mandolin/Piano/Vocals), Sherlock (Bass/Vocals) & Berry (Drums)

They have released one single to date through Static Caravan ‘Crook In The Creek’ - Catalogue number VAN218

The artwork, like for Crook In The Creek, has been licensed by the American Folk Artist Clare Rojas