Don´t let this moment pass you by

September 5th, 2012

Hi all Pals! Hope your summer´s been real good and that you´ve missed us as much as we´ve missed you. We are getting back into the swing rehearsing, preparing for the release of the new album Turn The Tide (release in January 2013) a new single release in November and booking new gigs. In the meantime we give you this videoclip – by way of the one and only Stargirl B-grrrlie – from our latest gig, with Little Steven´s Underground Garage´s favourites Stupidity at The Liffey in Stockholm: Here comes the sun, “Riding the rollercoaster, don´t let this moment pass you by”

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Hawk in interview with Final Frontier Radio (US)

June 2nd, 2012

Friday June 1 Hawk was interviewed by Rick Busby on Final Frontier Radio (Harrisburg, PA, USA). Chatting on the band, the story about the band and the name of the band, the story behind the Good Karma Café album, the new album and plans for future gigs. Tunes played were “Leave it ´til tomorrow” and “The Sweet Spot”.

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PalsHeads from the Valley of Light

June 1st, 2012

A cool bunch of guys from Ljusdal (means Valley of light) – that´s in Hälsingland, Sweden – turned up at our gig The Liffey in Stockholm Saturday May 26. One of them got so excited he bought Plastic Pals t-shirts to all his pals. So now we´ve extended our cool group of PalsHeads to Ljusdal. Do you wanna be a PalsHead too?

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Plastic Pals with Flaming Lips

May 3rd, 2012

This is awesome news. Our single Leave it ´til tomorrow is on fine UK Americana blog Mad Mackarel´s Best of the Month list for April. And the fact that The Flaming Lips are on the list too is really cool.

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Miracles on the air – and we bareley haven´t started yet…

September 18th, 2011

Artwork for compilation album Hymns from Home.

“We barely haven´t started yet…”, Chuck Prophet sings kinda laconically in his breathtakingly beautiful tune “Age of miracles”. And it seems The Age of Miracles is on its way. Our new album is not released yet, but one of the tunes, called Miracles, is already getting airplay in Germany, Holland and Belgium. It´s included on the third compilation – Hymns from Home – from dedicated music pr guy Peter Holmstedt´s Music from Home, along with awesome bands and artists like Jack Tempchin, I See Hawks In LA, Keith Miles, Jude Johnstone and Elliott Murphy.

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