Vince Clarke & Paul Hartnoll: 2Square album media update…

The first VeryRecords album release, Vince Clarke and Paul Hartnoll’s album 2Square, has attracted various media attention since its release on Friday June 10th including reviews in The Guardian, the FT and This Is Not Retro.

Paul Hartnoll was interviewed about the project on Georgie Rogers’ Music Discovery show on Virgin Radio on Sunday June 12th, and Vince Clarke was interviewed by Thump and Artist Direct

The ‘2Square’ album is available now from iTunes and all good download retailers.

Another media update on the Vince Clarke & Paul Hartnoll album project, 2Square…

Even more interviews, features and reviews have been revealed since the release of Vince Clarke and Paul Hartnoll’s new album collaboration 2Square.

Swedish electronic music magazine Stereoklang has published a new interview with Vince (in English) about the project, and both Soundblab and Uncut have run excellent reviews (the Uncut review isn’t available online but the magazine gave the album 8/10, saying “everything is rendered with a depth and richness you’d expect from two men who know their machines inside out”).

Still to come are more reviews and interviews including Mojo, Electronic Sound, The Quietus, Classic Pop and The Playground…

The ‘2Square’ album is available now from iTunes and all good download retailers.

Watch the video for Underwater from Vince Clarke and Paul Hartnoll’s 2Square album…

Underwater is a track from Vince Clarke and Paul Hartnoll’s collaboration album 2Square which is available to download now.

The six-minute mini-drama video comes courtesy of the Norwegian avant-garde film directer Vid Andersøn who was recently honored at the prestigious Dagenham Film Festival for his stunning abstract masterpiece ‘Watching Paint Dry’.

Christmas message from Andy & Paul

We want to take this opportunity to send everyone our best wishes for the holiday season and New Year. 2013 has been a year of extremes. The wonderful reception given to EE and the tour and the terrible event in Toronto that almost took Malcolm from us. We have consciously chosen not to make any definite plans for more albums and tours until we know what the future holds for Mal. We all needed to reassess our choices in the light of what happened on July 19th. We thank all who have supported us through the record and concerts and we send our apologies to those who were disappointed by the cancellations.

Thank you.

Andy & Paul