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The Last Working Day Of The Month: Issue 108

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(MJ Hibbett & The Validators FACT, February 28th, 2014)

Hello all, and welcome to this HEROIC edition of the newsletter - we've got new albums, new videos and GIGS to talk about this time so let's get to it!

Tuesday 11 March - The Lincoln Lounge, London
Back at Tricity Vogue's Ukulele cabaret.

Friday 21 March - Hackney Attic, London
Stand Up Tragedy's "Tragic Heroes" night with The Beta Males, Michelle Madsen, Drunken Chorus, Dan Simpson, Worry Dolls, Monica Heisey and more.
Further details and tickets HERE:

Sunday 23 March - Cafe Bruxelles, Leicester
Totally Acoustic Afternoon Special, with Pete Green, David Leach and Alexander Christopher Hale.

Check for more information.

Today me and Steve out-Beyoncé Beyoncé, for LO! not only are we releasing a complete album version of "Total Hero Team", we're also releasing a complete video adaptation of the ENTIRE THING! Yes, I know Beyoncé did all the songs on her album but a) she didn't do the bits in between the songs and b) she had a lot of HELP, which I reckon means we WIN! The six part video serial is right HERE:

The album itself (which features 14 new songs) is available to buy on a pay-what-you-like basis via our bandcamp page, which is HERE:

There's also some exciting new MERCHANDISE available - we're trying out some "Print To Order" t-shirts via Music Glue, which you can find HERE:

If you do buy a t-shirt, do send us a picture, I'd love to see what they look like! And of course, all of this and more, including BADGES and all episodes of the PODCAST, can be found on the Total Hero Team webpage, which is HERE:

Meanwhile The Validators have been back in the practice room, learning up some new material. We've got FOUR new songs now, and will probably be playing them when we're in YORK in April. No news on any festival appearances as yet, but all 40 fingers are very much crossed!

The live version of Total Hero Team may have ended for now, but we're open to doing more if anybody wants us. In the meantime THORTS are flying around about the NEXT show, currently codenamed "Project G" and scheduled for 2015. More news as it happens, or if you bump into me in a pub!

And I think that's about enough FUTURE MYSTERY for now - thanks for listening!



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