Bonus CD With Pre-Orders Of The New Danny & The Champs Album

Tuesday, 28th April 2015

**Update (30 Apr): We are now completely out of bonus CDs via the Loose Shop.**As a number of you have already discovered, the pre-order links are now up and running for Danny & The Champs' new album 'What Kind Of Love'. We can't wait for you to hear it, so we'll be posting Loose shop pre-orders out nice and early, on Friday 22nd May, meaning you'll receive them a week ahead of the release date - 1st June. Not that you need any extra incentive to get those pre-orders coming in, but...Physical pre-order treats: Be amongst the first to pre-order the CD or *180g vinyl* LP via your favourite independent record shop and you'll receive a limited edition bonus CD, lovingly signed by Danny and featuring two new Champs tracks, unavailable anywhere else. (Check with shops before ordering - UK & Germany only. International shoppers can order via the Loose shop.)Digital pre-order treats: Pre-order the album via iTunes or Amazon Digital and you'll get an instant download of title track, What Kind Of Love.In touring news, we can now confirm that Michele Stodart (The Magic Numbers) and The Goat Roper Rodeo Band will be opening for the Champs on their upcoming June tour. Check below to see who'll be playing where.Danny signing Danny lovingly signing those ltd ed bonus CDs16 May   KESWICK MOUNTAIN FESTIVAL, Cumbria23 May   ELDERFLOWER FIELDS FESTIVAL, Sussex09 Jun   CAMBRIDGE, Junction *10 Jun   BRISTOL, Louisiana *11 Jun   LONDON, Islington Assembly Hall *^12 Jun   READING, South Street Arts Centre *13 Jun   OXFORD, Bullingdon Arms *16 Jun   COLCHESTER, Arts Centre *17 Jun   NORWICH, Waterfront ^18 Jun   WAKEFIELD, Hop19 Jun   PRESTON, The Continental ^20 Jun   GLASGOW, Broadcast ^21 Jun   NOTTINGHAM, The Maze ^26 Jun   BRIGHTON, Bleach *31 Jul   STANDON CALLING FESTIVAL, Hertfordshire

* with Michele Stodart^ with The Goat Roper Rodeo Band

“there’s always been a sense of a tasteful restraint to the studio albums but unleashed on stage with their raspy vocals and heartland rock and soul, they’re like a power station on steroids.”


“This is a proper old school live album, makes you want to go to a gig”


“songs like This Is Not a Love Song and and Stay True which come at you one after the other; are destined to make ‘new fans’ wonder why these kids aren’t topping the bill at Glastonbury with their magic formula and bittersweet songs.”