The release of The Pleasures of Self Destruction is followed by live dates in november 2011 plus more gigs in 2012.
Stephen’s next album with Unison Music will be a Babybird album after all.
Stephen Jones has finished recording his next album in L.A. and now is back in the UK. So what happened in the studio? How does a follow-up to Ex-Maniac sound like? And do people mellow with age? Find out in this exclusive interview.
Babybird took the raw and stripped sounds on the road around the UK venues in March. Check out a few video highlights here and learn that you probably shouldn’t call Stephen the Lord Byron of our generation.
Interview from Yorkshire Evening Post. Published Date: 11 March 2010, By Duncan Seaman
Stephen Jones is in a chirpy mood this morning. His new album Ex-Maniac, a guitar-heavy affair recorded in California, has earned him his best reviews in years and he’s just made a video for its first single with one of Hollywood’s most famous leading men.