Stereophonics 'Live From Dakota'
Brit band Stereophonics have toured all over the world, and in the UK alone the band has played to 200,000 fans in sold out venues across the country.
But if you missed the band's live show, you can catch them on their new release, Live From Dakota, out April 3rd in the UK and April 4th in North America.
The UK band started out as a teenage cover band but evolved into an act in its own right, known for tunes like "A Thousand Trees," "Mr. Writer," and "Local Boy in a Photograph."
Recorded during their 2005 tour, the two-disc set includes a spread of tunes that spans their entire career, from their 1997 debut, Word Gets Around, to the brand new tune "Jayne," which has yet to appear on any studio album the band has released thus far.
Here are the tunes you'll find on the live discs:
"A Thousand Trees"
"The Bartender and the Thief"
"Local Boy in the Photograph"
"Hurry Up and Wait"
"Vegas Two Times"
"Carrot Cake and Wine"
"I'm Alright (You Gotta Go There to Come Back)"
"Too Many Sandwiches"
Along with the live CDs, the band is also planning to release a DVD called Live. Studio. Video. Other? According to Chartattack, it will include "a 49 minute road movie, dressing room clips, studio footage and all the videos from the last album." The DVD has no release date as of yet.
Writer: Michelle Garcia