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P.D. Liddle signs with Xtra Mile Recordings

It’s not often that SEEN hears a voice that makes the hairs stand up on the back of her neck but one such is Xtra Mile Recordings’ latest addition to their ever-expanding family: P. D. LIDDLE

A musician who will be well known to many already as the exceptionally talented vocalist and lyricist of DRY THE RIVER, Liddle will begin forging an exciting new path of his own through the Xtra Mile Recordings Label.

They are delighted to unveil the first stepping stone of this journey: ‘You Shouldn’t Have Called’ – a brand new track, which you can listen to here and now:

To commemorate the signing, P.D. Liddle will also be performing his debut solo live show (with some familiar bandmates) at the Omeara, London on 13th April 2018. Tickets are on general sale now. Book yours here:

Peter Liddle made his name as frontman of much championed East London folk-rock band Dry the River. After almost a decade of making music together including the widely acclaimed debut album ‘Shallow Bed’ (2012) and its equally accomplished follow-up ‘Alarms In The Heart’ (2014), the band made the difficult decision to part ways in 2015.

Compelled to return to music, Liddle is now signed to Xtra Mile Recordings in 2018 where he will continue to produce music under his own solo moniker – watch this space for further new music to come…

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