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Brian Cox denies Belle & Sebastian snub

1 October 2010 2:06 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Physicist Brian Cox has denied claims that he turned down the chance to appear on an album sleeve for Belle & Sebastian. The Glasgow-based band's new record features contributions from Norah Jones and actress Carey Mulligan, and the group were asked by The Guardian who else they would like to work with. They claimed that violinist Sarah Martin wanted University of Manchester professor and ex-d:Ream star Cox to appear on their sleeve but suggested that he was too busy to feature. Frontman Stuart Murdoch asked: "But anyway, can (more) »

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Listen: Belle & Sebastian debut new song, plot tour, confirm fests, finish album

14 July 2010 2:16 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

For the first time in about three-and-a-half years, there's new news on the music and tour front from Belle & Sebastian. First, fans can check out the band performing a brand new song, "I Didn't See It Coming," live from their show in Helsinki, recorded Monday [courtesy of Stereogum]. See below. Frankly, I listened to it for the first time about three hours ago, and I haven't been able to rattle the tune from my brain space since. Frontman Stuart Murdoch and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Sarah Martin share twee verses, a drone drizzles in the background, it goes for about 4:30. Nothing here changes »

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