Sinister
Belle & Sebastian Release Charity Download Album
Added on 10th October 2005

Belle & Sebastian have announced that they will be making a recording of their recent performance of ‘If You’re Feeling Sinister’ at The Barbican available as a download-only album for charity in December. The band’s Barbican show took place as part of the ‘Don’t Look Back’ season of gigs which saw artists perform all the tracks from their chosen album in one set. It was recorded on September 25th 2005 and the download-only album, “If You’re Feeling Sinister: Live At The Barbican”, will be made available exclusively on iTunes from December 6th. All proceeds from sales of the album will be donated to the DEC’s Asia Quake Appeal. The album should be available from all the international iTunes stores on the same date but if it’s not possible to make it happen simultaneously then it will definitely be available everywhere as soon as possible.

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