INTERVIEW: Crispian Mills from Kula Shaker on new album ‘1st Congregational Church Of Eternal Love and Free Hugs’

INTERVIEW: Crispian Mills from Kula Shaker on new album '1st Congregational Church Of Eternal Love and Free Hugs' 1

In episode #85 of The XS Noize Podcast, Mark Millar catches up with Kula Shaker’s lead singer Crispian Mills. On 10 June 2022, Kula shaker will release their much anticipated new album, 1st Congregational Church Of Eternal Love and Free Hugs, on Strangefolk Records.

In this interview, Crispian Mills talks about the album, upcoming live shows, and more. Listen to episode #85 of The XS Noize Podcast with Crispian Mills – BELOW:

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Kula Shaker will play live dates in July, which will see the band embark on their first UK tour for six years, playing the following shows (with more to be added):

Tuesday 5 July Glasgow, Old Fruitmarket
Wednesday 6 July Manchester, Albert Hall
Friday 8 July London, Alexandra Palace Theatre

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Kula Shaker’s most inspired album in years, ‘1st Congregational Church Of Eternal Love and Free Hugs’ is a firebrand double-album, energised with an assured display of vehemence and songcraft that spills over with 15 blazing songs of cross-genre sonics and a renewed super confidence.

The album will be available on vinyl, CD and digital formats.

www.kulashaker.co.uk

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Mark Millar is the founder of XS Noize and looks after the daily running of the website as well as conducting interviews for the XS Noize Podcast. Mark's favourite album is Achtung Baby by U2.

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