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The Retrospectives Release Debut Single 'Its All Mine' To Coincide With Sheffield Show

Monday, 22 November 2010 Written by Jon Stickler
The Retrospectives Release Debut Single 'Its All Mine' To Coincide With Sheffield Show

Sheffield based, young, indie-rock three piece, The Retrospectives, are set to release their debut single 'Its All Mine' this December to coincide with a spectacular live show at one of Sheffield's most historic venues, The Leadmill.

The single is an upbeat indie-pop sing a long that has been winning over the crowds at shows throughout Yorkshire and with a music video that pays definite homage to the bands home town, it's no wonder they
have chosen this track as their first official realise. 'It's All Mine' is a collection of lyrical sophistication and irresistible hooks and is a perfect introduction to the widescreen appeal behind The Retrospectives sound.

Furthermore the single will be launched at one of the biggest shows the band have played this year at Sheffield's Leadmill. The night will feature some of the some of the most exciting bands the region has to
offer including; electro indie new-comers The Grins and the Spectacular sound of South Yorkshire rockers Fallen Trees. The Retrospectives will play a set of their exciting new material, including debut single 'Its All Mine' whilst being accompanied by their own visuals.

This date sees an important step up for The Retrospectives and puts them at the forefront of Sheffield's colourful music scene. The single will be available from all major online stores and limited hard copies
will be available at the release show. Tickets for the show are available from HMV Sheffield, The Leadmill website and in person from any of the bands playing on the night. Further support for the night will come from Stay For The Season and Zafirelli.

Check out the video to 'Its All Mine' below.

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