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5th studio album from Desperate Journalist formed in 2013 in North London. Their self released 'Cristina' EP and energetic early live shows soon caught the attention of 'most indie man alive' Simon Williams who promptly signed them to Fierce Panda records. Over a decade and 4 albums later, the post-punk foursome (Jo, Rob, Simon and Caz) have built a growing loyal fanbase around the UK and across Europe. Following on from the success of 'Maximum Sorrow!' 2023 saw the band play their biggest shows to date, supporting Suede on their sell out 'Autofiction tour'
5th studio album from Desperate Journalist formed in 2013 in North London. Their self released 'Cristina' EP and energetic early live shows soon caught the attention of 'most indie man alive' Simon Williams who promptly signed them to Fierce Panda records. Over a decade and 4 albums later, the post-punk foursome (Jo, Rob, Simon and Caz) have built a growing loyal fanbase around the UK and across Europe. Following on from the success of 'Maximum Sorrow!' 2023 saw the band play their biggest shows to date, supporting Suede on their sell out 'Autofiction tour'
726436093835
Desperate Journalist - No Hero (Uk)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: FIERCE PANDA
Rel. Date: 10/04/2024
UPC: 726436093835

No Hero (Uk)
Artist: Desperate Journalist
Format: Vinyl
New: Out of Stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Adah
2. No Hero
3. Afraid
4. Comfort
5. Silent
6. Underwater
7. 7
8. Unsympathetic Parts 1 ; 2
9. You Say You're Lonely
10. Consolation Prize

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5th studio album from Desperate Journalist formed in 2013 in North London. Their self released 'Cristina' EP and energetic early live shows soon caught the attention of 'most indie man alive' Simon Williams who promptly signed them to Fierce Panda records. Over a decade and 4 albums later, the post-punk foursome (Jo, Rob, Simon and Caz) have built a growing loyal fanbase around the UK and across Europe. Following on from the success of 'Maximum Sorrow!' 2023 saw the band play their biggest shows to date, supporting Suede on their sell out 'Autofiction tour'
        
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