This article was published in 2007.
Penny Broadhurst's limited edition "Allons-y!" EP will be released on Monday 24th September, following a successful summer of playing the Wireless, Latitude and Solfest festivals and working on new recordings.
The EP features:
Give It Up - a storming disco number about attention-seekers, as seen on Look North.
Chemist Goods - a loping baggy-flavoured song, recently played by Huw Stephens on his Radio 1 show.
LJaded - a bratty grimy track previously only available as a low quality MP3 download.
London (Klar Mix) - a new mix of a live favourite about the London-centric media.
"Allons-y!" was recorded, mixed and mastered at The Soundmill studio in Kirkstall by Hightone Productions. Only a hundred copies on CD have been produced, and they are numbered and signed. Initial copies will come with a free badge. The EP will be available from Penny Broadhurst's website (www.pennybroadhurst.com, soon to be revamped) and Myspace profile, at gigs and at Radish in Chapel Allerton.