‘Songs From Northern Britain’ By TEENAGE FANCLUB…

Remarkable albums from the past

‘Songs From Northern Britain’

Released: 29 July 1997
Sixth longplayer

ALL MUSIC wrote: “No longer the brash, slightly grungy flavor of the month they were
in 1992, Songs From Northern Britain finds Teenage Fanclub’s trio of singer/songwriters
– Gerard Love, Raymond McGinley, and Norman Blake – addressing adulthood and responsibility with a bright optimism that sets them apart from many of their contemporaries. From the cheeky yet heartfelt title to the gorgeous cover photographs taken by the band with photographer David Milne in the Scottish Highlands, Songs From Northern Britain is ostensibly
a concept album about home and love. The album may be too gentle and subtle for those listeners not willing to give it more than one spin, it is a resolutely beautiful album that will
most likely stand as Teenage Fanclub’s masterpiece.
” Score: 9/10 – Full review here.

TURN UP THE VOLUME says: ‘Mesmerizing LP by the Scottish Byrds and Eagles’…

TOP TRACK: I Don’t Care

Album in full

TEENAGE FANCLUB: Website – Facebook – Discography

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