In the final weeks of the year, we heard more and more of the Bells’ songs, some of which sounded very similar to the songs from their last album, ‘Black and white’, released in 2010.
The album is now known as Black and Sound.
This year, there was a lot of noise about the band’s album being re-released.
The band was contacted by a label, who then contacted a label and then the band contacted the label again.
We had heard nothing about it for a couple of years, but finally, the label told us that they were re-releasing the album, so we decided to look into the possibility.
I spoke to the band on the phone about how they were feeling, what they wanted to say, and how they felt about the fact that it’s now been a few years since their last release.
We also spoke to them about what they are working on now, which we think is really good news.
We hope it will be the best album of the 20th century.
The band were in a bit of a limbo, since their label had said that they had the rights to the music, and that they could use the song as they wish.
“We thought it would be very weird that the band, which was in limbo for so long, are going to be released and they’ll be able to use the album,” said Dave Lister.
When asked about what the album would sound like, Lister said, “I don’t know what we’re going to do, but I think it’ll be a nice, modern sounding album.”
We asked Lister how he felt about releasing the album.
Lister said that it would just be a shame that it took so long.
He also told us, “I’m happy to do it, but we’ll see.
We just have to see what happens.
I’m going to try to make it as good as I can.
I don’t want it to sound like we wrote it.”
The album will be released in March, and will be made available as an EP, CD, and digital download.
In the end, Listers band is working on the album on a shoestring budget.
They have to find a way to get the band a big record label and pay for the artwork, recording, mastering, and mastering engineer, as well as to buy equipment, CDs, and DVDs.
So far, LSS have been lucky enough to secure an endorsement deal from major label Universal Music.
But as the band continues to tour, it is unclear if Universal is willing to put up the money to sign them to a record label.
A big question is, what will happen with the album once it is released?
Will it be a commercial success?
What do you think of the fact they will be releasing the record in March?