My Foolish Pride is the second single from The Charlatans new album 'Who We Touch'. This single was preceded by the release of the single 'Love Is Ending'. Who We Touch is The Charlatans eleventh studio album and it was recorded at Britannia Row in London and saw the band working with renowned producer Youth.
Set for release on September 20th 2010 through Cooking Vinyl the video for My Foolish Pride was directed by Douglas Hart of The Jesus & Mary Chain and the artwork was created by Crass's Gee Vaucher.
The Charlatans are on tour in the UK throughout October:
5th Hatfield, The Forum
7th Newcastle, O2 Academy
8th Edinburgh, HMV Picture House
9th Dundee, Fat Sam's Live
11th Liverpool, O2 Academy
12th Nottingham, Rock City
14th Leeds, O2 Academy
15th Sheffield, O2 Academy
16th Manchester, Apollo
18th Oxford, O2 Academy
19th Bristol, O2 Academy
21st Norwich, UEA
22nd London, O2 Academy Brixton
23rd Birmingham, O2 Academy
The Charlatans are: Martin Blunt (bass), Jon Brookes (drums), Tim Burgess (vocals), Mark Collins (guitar) and Tony Rogers (keyboards)
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