Listen to the full track of “Won’t Leave No More” on Bandcamp.com.
“Won’t Leave No More” will be featured on Life Support, a compilation of exclusive tracks from some of Ireland’s finest artists to be released on April 20.
Proceeds from the sales of the album will go to Pieta House, a suicide and self-harm crisis centre located in Limerick. Life Support, to be released on Delphi label, will be available both online and in stores for €9.99. The album, which is entirely funded by Live 95FM and Delphi Label, is on sale on the label’s website.
Noel recorded this Mono Band track with vocalist Finn Chambers last Fall along with other track to be featured on an upcoming second album.
“Won’t Leave No More” is the title of the new Mono Band track recorded last month with Fin Chambers.
Noel Hogan has just finished mixing it yesterday.
Last month, The Cranberries’ guitartist told us that the track will be used on a compilation, with a release early next year.
Source: Noel Hogan’s Twitter (@noelhogan2)
Cranfans got quite a treat tonight : RTÉ radio host Dan Hegarty kept his promise made last October and played the entire 1993 Dave Fanning session (and more!) on his Alternative to Sleep show.
During the first hour, listeners had the chance to (re)discover the Fanning session versions of “Wanted” and “The Icicle Melts”.
Keeping the rarest for the end, Hegarty then played “Like You Used To” and “False” in the last hour of his show.
The RTÉ radio host also surprised listeners with a RTÉ 2fm session version of “Home” from Noel Hogan’s Mono Band side project. The song was recorded with Richard Walters in 2005.
Thanks to Dan Hegarty and Ian Wilson from RTÉ 2fm!
You can listen to the four 1993 songs on the Fanning Sessions Archive.
The Fanning Sessions Archive site also reveals that there is a project underway at RTÉ to digitise these sessions. “Incidentally there is currently a project underway at RTE to digitise this archive and we await the results with great anticipation.”
Sources: Fanning Sessions Archives, RTÉ 2fm
Noel Hogan posted a 12-second clip of a new Mono Band track, which features vocals by Fin Chambers.
Hogan has been working in studio with Chambers for the upcoming second Mono Band album since October.
Here the link!
Source: Noel Hogan’s Twitter account (noelhogan2)
The Cranberries’ guitarist Noel Hogan finished up the recording of a new track today for his Mono Band side-project with vocalist Fin Chambers.
There is no word yet on the track title, nor on the nature/theme of this compilation. Hogan plans to mix the track next month, during the Holidays Break.
Source: Noel Hogan’s Twitter account (noelhogan2) and Instagram account
Noel Hogan told The Cranberries Press via Twitter that he plans to release Mono Band’s second album around the middle of 2012.
Earlier today, Hogan also indicated on Twitter that he was editing and programming the drums of a fifth Mono Band track. All five tracks were recorded with singer Fin Chambers.
Source: Noel Hogan (via Twitter @noelhogan2)
Noel Hogan revealed the first two new Mono Band track titles – “Your Broken State” and “Waking Up All Over” – on Twitter today. As reported on Friday, The Cranberries’ guitarist started recording vocals with singer Fin Chambers for the second album of his side project.
Source: Noel Hogan’s Twitter (noelhogan2)
Noel Hogan posted a first picture of the Mono Band recording session via his Twitter account today. It looks like the guest vocalist is none other than Fin Chambers, who was featured on “Release”, from Mono Band’s first album, and the free-download track “She’s so Blue”.
Hogan added another picture later today and confirmed that Chambers was recording 3 songs for the album.
No other guest vocalists have been confirmed for the second album. It is also unknown if unreleased tracks from the first album sessions will be used.
On March 15, Hogan posted a mysterious tweet:
“Listening to a new mix of Mono Band ‘Flame’ by Session Leopard. Really liking it, will have it online soon.”
“Flame” is an unreleased song recorded with singer Kate Havenevik. Back in late 2007, Hogan also talked about releasing the orignal version of this song online in the news section of the Mono Band website.
Neither the original version nor the Session Leopard mix were released on Internet.
Thanks to Cappuccino, a reader who left a comment in the discussion section, for the info about “Flame”.
You can listen to “She so Blue” below.
Sources: Noel Hogan’s Twitter account, Zombieguide, Mono Band website, Youtube
In a Twitter message today, Cranberries’ guitarist Noel Hogan said that he is going into studio with guest vocalist(s) on Friday to record tracks for the second Mono Band album.
Last June, Gohan Records revealed that Hogan was working on a new 4-track Mono Band EP. According to today’s tweet, it looks like the EP has now become an album.
There is no word yet on who will be the vocalists on the upcoming album. The 2005 album featured tracks by singers Alexandra Hamnede, Richard Walters, Kate Havnevik, Nicolas Leroux, Fin Chambers and Angie Hart.
Mono Band is a side project started by Hogan in 2004, during The Cranberries hiatus. You can buy Mono Band’s first album on Gohan Records website.
Sources: Noel Hogan Twitter account (@noelhogan2), gohanrecords.com