02-Dec 2011
::Remember Remember::
Confirmed as main support for Errors Feb 2012 UK tour
The Quickening OUT NOW
"eight delightful lattices of wordless, pan-global mood music" Mojo

"euphoric" Skinny 

"wonderful" Stool Pigeon

"a shimmering, optimistic tour de force" The List

“there’s no doubt Ronald and his cohorts are making fascinating music.” BBC Music Albums of the Month 

“These seven Scots have created an album of pristine artistry that revels in the contradiction of variety and repetition.″ Drowned in Sound
Remember Remember are delighted to announce that they will support Errors on their UK tour in February 2012. The Glasgow-based seven piece will also support We Were Promised Jetpacks at Glasgow’s ABC on 16th December.
09-Feb Newcastle The Cluny
10-Feb Manchester Islington Mill
11-Feb Liverpool Kazimer
12-Feb Birmingham The Rainbow
13-Feb Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
14-Feb Bristol The Fleece
15-Feb Brighton The Haunt
16-Feb London XOYO
17-Feb Leeds Cockpit 2
18-Feb Dublin Grand Social
24-Feb Dundee Doghouse
25-Feb Aberdeen The Lemon Tree

Based in Glasgow, Scotland Remember Remember return with their second album, The Quickening on Rock Action Records.
Recorded in early 2011 at Chem 19 Studios, Scotland against a background of tumultuous global events, The Quickening sees Remember Remember return with the same seven piece group heard on last year's "RR Scorpii" EP – Graeme J.D. Ronald, Andy Brown, James Swinburne, Joanne Murtagh, Joseph Quimby, Steven Kane and Tommy Stuart - further embellished on the second full length by the nylon string guitar talents of R.M. Hubbert and a full string quartet.

For Fans Of: Yann Tiersen, Steve Reich, Mice Parade, Animal Collective, Emeralds, Goblin
Remember Remember
The Quickening

Rock Action
1) White Castle
2) Ocean Potion
4) Hey Zeus
5) Unclean Powers
6) A Larger Demon
7) One Happier
8) John Candy

Graeme J.D. Ronald - Piano, Guitar, Bass, Guzheng, Sampled Flutes, Glockenspiel, Vibraphone, Xylophone, Loops, Synthesizer, Handclaps
Andy Brown - The Drums James Swinburne - Saxophones, Clarinet, Flute, Sampled Flutes, Guzheng, Wurlitzer, Handclaps.
Joanne Murtagh - Glockenspiel, Vibraphone, Percussion.
Joseph L. Quimby - Guitar
Steven Kane - Guitar
Tommy Stuart – Synthesizers
R.M. Hubbert – Spanish Guitar
Stacey Sievewright - Cello
Joan Sweeney - Violins
Michael Marshall - Viola 
Remember Remember have moved their base of operations into the playroom of a disused primary school in Glasgow's South Side, and while The Quickening is still a playful, colourful record, a lot of the toys have gone and the music dives deeper into darker, psychedelic territories hinted at on "RR Scorpii"; Pagan waltzes, apocalyptic Egyptian surf and Middle Eastern modes mingle with sombre pianos and bleak string interludes, concluding, however, with a duo of songs - 'One Happier' and 'John Candy' - both bittersweet and stratospheric , creating an ending made of pure, bright light.
The Quickening is their first album since the 2008 self-titled debut. In the interim, Ronald has helped on various projects at Green Door Studios including one where Glaswegian songwriters teamed up with musicians from the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Ronald eventually wrote a piece for string quartet and tuned percussion leading to him contributing string arrangements on Happy Particles’ debut album and ultimately giving him the confidence to include string arrangements on The Quickening. The addition of the string quartet weaves hypnotic musical tapestries, evoking a Pagan Ceremony on 'Ocean Potion' or a foggy celtic seascape on 'Scottish Widows'.
Remember Remember's musical journey, which began as one guy on stage with a loopstation and a bag of toys, now finds them here with The Quickening, a powerful and exciting listen that promises live experiences just as thrilling.
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