Welcome to another news roundup! Todays edition includes all the info on The Drones, Sleepy Sun, Adam Gnade, St. Vincent, Fol Chen, Band ID and We Bought A Zoo! From the 405 team, have a great weekend!

The Drones & Sleepy Sun

ATP's finest, The Drones (picture above) & Sleepy Sun, will be doing a show each at The Luminaire in May and we think you should check them out!
  • Sleepy Sun @ The Luminaire - 12/05/09 (www.myspace.com/thedronesthedrones)
  • The Drones @ The Luminaire - 21/05/09 (www.myspace.com/sleepysun)
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Adam Gnade

The superb Adam Gnade has posted four new songs on his myspace! The songs will be taken from his CD, Trailerparks, coming out later this year. Check the songs out by going to www.myspace.com/gnade

St. Vincent

Some may know her by her affiliation to Sufjan Stevens but St. Vincent (Annie Clark) is a force to be reckoned with! Following her debut album, Marry Me, St. Vincent is planning to release Actor through 4AD on the 4th of May. Check her out at www.myspace.com/stvincent

Fol Chen Video

Fol Chen are back with a new video! It's for the song 'Cable TV' and it features the Lakers Girls! Check it out below! MP3: Fol Chen - Cable TV (Liars Remix) (right click to download)

Band ID

Yesterday saw the launch of Band ID! Read on to find out more! "Yestersay saw the launch of band-id.co.uk, a new way for musicians to distribute and sell their music online. The BAND-ID music download card is a collectable, full colour plastic card printed with the artist’s specific artwork and details such as web address or email address. At the back of the card is a scratch panel, which conceals a unique PIN code. The artists’ fans use this code to download their digital music from the secure website." Sounds pretty interesting right?

We Bought A Zoo

20th Century Fox has bought the rights to Benjamin Mee's Memoir We Bought A Zoo. The story is about how Mee and his family buying a run-down zoo in Dartmoor in 2006. Buying and ruuning a Zoo would be amazing and I think the film has a lot of potential. What do you think?