Spanish Love Songs - No Joy + Ticket Bundle (Meet & Greet / Signing at Live at Slam Dunk South )

Format: CD Album + 1 Ticket M&G Signing @ Slam Dunk SOUTH - £13.99 - Limit 4 per person

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Spanish Love Songs - No Joy

CD Album + 1 Ticket - £13.99 - Limit 4 per person

 Vinyl LP + 1 Ticket - £20.99 - Limit 2 per person

Pin Wheel Vinyl LP + 1 Ticket - £20.99 - Limit 2 per person

1x Ticket only - £10.50 - Limit 1 per person max

We urge you to consider buying an Album bundle rather than Ticket only as they only cost £3.49 more to get a CD,  PLUS this way you are helping the artist AND the more albums we sell the more of these exciting Events we are able to arrange in the future.

To celebrate the release of their new album 'No Joy' Spanigh Love Songs will be inviting a small amount of fans to a Meet & Greet / Signing with them at SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL SOUTH 2023. 

The Intimate Meet and Greet / Signing will take place on site at SLAM DUNK SOUTH Festival on Saturday 27th May 2023 During the Day - (this will take place at the Crash Records Stall at 3:30 - no tickets are being issued - when pre ordered your name will be added to our list - have a copy of the confirmation on you incase of issues)


There is a limited capacity for this event so we would expect all the album and ticket bundles to sell out very quickly. 

Again PLEASE NOTE TO REDEEM the MEET & GREET PORTION OF THE BUNDLE YOU WILL NEED A TICKET TO LIVE AT SLAM DUNK SOUTH 2023 (purchased separately available here) Refunds will NOT be available if you turn up to the site without a ticket for the festival.

PLEASE NOTE: the lead bookers name will be added to our door list - please have an order confirmation with you just incase

Albums - will ship on or just after 7th July, 

Tickets - No physical tickets the lead bookers name will be added to a list

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Album is also available on all formats without a ticket here


1. Lifers
2. Pendulum
3. Haunted
4. Clean-Up Crew
5. Middle of Nine
6. Marvel
7. I’m Gonna Miss Everything
8. Rapture Chaser
9. Mutable
10. Here You Are
11. Exit Bags
12. Re-Emerging Signs of the Apocalypse

It may not immediately obvious on an album called No Joy, but I’ve grown bored
with the darkness.
I’ve spent three years finding out that all of my grand plans cannot stop the world, my
complaining doesn’t make me happy, and the happiness I do find is finite. This is an album
about making peace with that. It’s a foolish attempt to hold onto what I love as tightly as
possible. An album of songs for the people miss and am going to miss for the rest of my life.
The band has reconvened with the same energy. We’re holding onto this as long as we can.
We’ve torn the band down and built it back up to record the exact album we’ve been
wanting to make. And we’ve ultimately arrived at the next stage of the band’s evolution.

Every album we make is largely a reaction to the previous, and a cataloging of the
intervening events. No Joy isn’t really different in that regard, except that typically the
albums are born out of the noise and chaos of our daily life, but it was created during a
period of stillness.
We released our last album in Feb 2020. All of us had given up our day jobs and apartments
in anticipation of being on the road for most of 2020 and 2021. Then all at once, we were
quite literally back home, with nothing to do really except worry. Our big plans were dead.
Maybe that period from Feb to Mar was it for us.
The time off the road — back to a 9 to 5 job, not chasing any sort of big dream, writing songs
for the sake of the exercise — was maybe the stillest my life has been since I was 15. In the
stillness, there was no grand epiphany. Just boredom. Bored with a quiet life. With work.
With my scattered friends. Nothing to look forward to except the creeping feeling that the
world was in a death spiral. The impending doom. That quickly got boring too.
nd by the time we started talking about a new album, and were back on the clock, I’d
grown bored with the band and the songs I was writing. The hoping that this would be the
one for us. With the endless list of grievances. The stories in the songs. Bored with the
So this album is a reaction to the previous, the outcome of trying to destroy the boredom. An
attempt to throw out expectations and just chase down the things that excite us. We’ve torn
down what we do and and tried to hold onto the best parts. The songs are more expansive.
The stories try to be more optimistic. This is the first time we’ve made the exact record we
set out to make. And we’ve ultimately arrived at the next stage in the band’s evolution.
It’s founded on a sense of gratitude. We’ve re-learned that nothing is given, that happiness
is finite. It tries to make peace with that. It’s a foolish attempt to hold onto the things we love
as tightly as possible.
It’s really an album of love songs for the people I’m going to miss. We’re finally living up to
our name.

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