Oct 04, 10
Buried deep within the covers of the MDA Album Booklet was a promise: the promise that I would make “Instructional Videos” to guide you through the expertly choreographed (?) clapping/dance moves to a few of our songs, namely “Modern Day Addiction” and “Running”.
Here is the beginning of the end of that promise, via video. Warning: this video involves very pretty young women in nurses uniforms.
If you’d like to learn such “moves” from us IN PERSON, you can, by registering to be part of the Your Part Competition, where you go in the running for a pre-show tutorial with myself and my delicious “Lady Garden”. Entry is open to anyone purchasing a ticket for our upcoming shows via www.clarebowditch.com (or via the below links). QUEENSLAND ENTRIES CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT TONIGHT! And just to make things very clear, this tour will be your last chance to see The New Slang in it’s full eight-piece glory (excl. Cairns) for quite some time.
In other news, we’re honoured to have been nominated for three ARIA Awards: Best Female, Best Alternative Adult, Best Mixer. Victor Van Vugt, for your work, we salute you.
In other other news, sometimes promotional opportunities go wrong, like the time Tim and I accidentally started a small fire at NOVA FM in Melbourne. Click here-ish…
If you like MDA, and want to let us know, feel free to either tell twenty people, or purchase twenty copies. Either/or. It’s up to you.
PS – Do you work in the corporate world? Do you sometimes wear skirts? Then please allow me to introduce you to my friend Fabian Dattner. She’s an extraordinary woman, she hangs with world leaders, and she’s running a fairly major “Women In Leadership” course this year. Yes, we’re all bigger than the money: learn how the words “vision” and “business’ can sit nicely together. The program is called Compass: click here for more.
PPS – We are now just about 6000 people strong on Twitter. Come join the party: www.twitter.com/clarebowditch