This month you’ll have regular opportunities to catch the elusive Jarvis on your radios, where he’ll be performing songs, chatting with various disc jockeys and even co hosting. The times and dates of these sessions are below along with helpful ‘Listen Again’ links that enable you to travel back in radio time and hear the show up to seven days after it first aired, which you’ll already have to do with yesterday’s Radcliffe & Maconie appearance.
June 8th – 20:00
BBC Radio 2 with Radcliffe and Maconie Listen Again
June 9th – 19:00
BBC 6Music co hosting with Marc Riley Listen Again
June 13th – 15:00
BBC Radio 2 with Dermot O’Leary Listen Again
June 18th – 17:00
Absolute Radio with Geoff Lloyd Listen Again
In other exciting news, the little fuzz guitar thriller that is ‘Angela’, the first single from “Further Complications.”, is to be released on limited 7” and with just 1000 copies being pressed and an exclusive B Side entitled ‘I Found Myself Looking For God’, you’ll have to be quick to get one! You can view its video here that uses footage of Jarvis performing the song live to the Parisian public from the front steps of Gallery Chappe. You can grab yourself a copy from Monday the 15th though you can already order one from all good indie record shops and HMV.
There are also chances to catch Jarvis live in person this month as amongst other things he’ll be headlining Glastonbury’s John Peel tent on Saturday June 27th, an event that’s sure to be spectacular! Thankfully it’ll be televised and inevitably become available through BBC iPlayer, so no one should miss out.
Jarvis’ regular tour still continues throughout June upon which he’ll soon play two gigs with special support from The Horrors, a band who never fail to entertain live. You can catch them both in Brighton on the 16th or London on the 17th. There’s also upcoming dates in Glasgow (12th), Nottingham (14th) and Athens (19th). Tickets for all of these events are almost sold out so don’t delay and get some here.
Lastly, you’ll also be able to see Jarvis on your TV at some point in the near future. A date has yet to be confirmed, but he will soon appear on the BBC’s political debate programme Question Time. So keep your eyes on their schedule to ensure you don’t miss it, for as this video testifies, Jarvis and televised news shows are a perfect match.
Click here for further information on the new album “Further Complications.”