Reckless Yes Records announce first release
RY001 will be a ltd edition coloured vinyl 7″ from ’90’s alt rock legends Bivouac. The single will feature new track Sweet Heart Deal along with a reworking on a track from the band’s heyday Deep Blue Sea Surrounds. More details will be announced soon.
Paul Yeadon, frontman of Bivouac said: “We’re excited to be working with Reckless Yes on the release of the single; an independent label run by people who are passionate about music and want to work with us in a way where we get to keep our integrity and creativity.”
Reckless Yes Records
Reckless Yes was founded at the start of 2016 by Peter Darrington (bassist in Cable and The Hudson Super 6, music journalist and broadcaster) and Sarah Lay (editor of Louder Than War – and boss here at Noble and Wild).
They are running live music events including a bi-monthly DIY style night called Six Impossible Things and touring shows for band’s including Bivouac. The duo also DJ together.
Pete said: “Launching Reckless Yes as a record label is exhilarating and it’s an honour to be starting our catalogue with a band I admire.
“I’m thrilled to be working with Bivouac. They inspired me to be in a band and were not just an influence musically but also mentors. A brilliant band with songs to die for whose comeback material proves they’re still relevant today.”
“It’s been a wonderful surprise to us to now be putting out their new material, and becoming a record label feels like a very natural next step for Reckless Yes.”
A full press release is available here: Reckless Yes Records to release Bivouac single (PDF)
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