Welsh rock band Stereophonics will be making a date in Singapore on 25 June at Hard Rock Hotel’s The Coliseum in Sentosa.
The quartet who’s known for songs like ‘Have A Nice Day’, ‘Bartender And The Thief’ and ‘Superman’ has just released a new album—their eighth—‘Graffiti On The Train.
The Telegraph called the album “a tough and tender pop rock gem in which every track punches above its weight,” and the album written by lead singer Kelly Jones and produced by Jones and music producer Jim Lowe, also sees the Welsh four-piece collaborate with composer David Arnold, who arranged strings on several tracks.
‘Graffiti On The Train’
Lead singer Jones recently revealed that the album track 'Been Caught Cheating' was originally intended for Amy Winehouse.
‘Been Caught Cheating’
In an interview with British newspaper, Daily Star, Jones said that he had penned the lyrics to the track with the late singer in mind and that she was eager for him to send her the song.
He said: "We got talking about songwriting and Amy was up for me sending her this song, but I never got round to it. I thought it was too bluesy for Stereophonics to play but it's come out really raw and tough."
Stereophonics Live in Singapore | Date: 25 June | Time: 8pm | Venue: The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel, Resorts World Sentosa | Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway | Tickets $88 (early bird from 21 May), $98 (standard), $110 (at the door)