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David Woodcock


David Woodcock – Fixtures and Fittings – The first single to be taken from Normal Life, the second album from the Southend singer-songwriter,which will be released 13th Sept 2019. It follows his debut self-titled album which had strong support from Steve Lamacq (‘New Favourite Band’ & ‘Rebel Playlist Winner’) and Marc Riley (Live In Session) both on BBC 6 Music, John Kennedy ( X-Posure Hot One) and Gary Crowley (BBC London + Amazing Radio). 

Normal Life was recorded and produced by David and Joe Lamb, over a two year period of various recording sessions. The results being distilled into a thirteen song selection that makes up the new album. 

Kevin Feazey who worked on the debut album returned again to mix the tracks in London whilst also undertaking some additional recording in Southend. 

Fixtures and Fittings was written by David Woodcock and Wendy Solomon.

For fans of David’s debut there will be much to love and cherish with this new selection of songs. It sees him expand and develop but the riotous spirit is still very much alive and kicking. 

What was said about the debut album :

“David Woodcock is a talent. Every observation is honed to perfection. Brilliant”★★★★ 

RECORD COLLECTOR 

“Part Stiff Records, part Brit Pop. A reckless Stephen Duffy or an Essex Jarvis Cocker” 

Steve Lamacq, BBC 6Music 

★★★★ SHINDIG! 

“Sharp lyrics and infectious melodies” VIVE LE ROCK 

“Fabulous stuff. A very talented fellow” Marc Riley, BBC 6Music 

“Literate, melancholic and uplifting, [a] big-hearted gem of an album” 

★★★★ The Sun 

“An English Pop masterpiece. Essential” Pop Junkie


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