New Boots

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New Boots
Wallis Bird - New Boots.jpg
Studio album by Wallis Bird
Released 24 July 2009[1] (Ireland)
5 March 2010 (Austria/Switzerland)[2]
12 March 2010 (Germany/Benelux), 5 April 2010 (France)
Recorded 2008/2009
Genre Acoustic rock
Label RubyWorks (Ireland)
Columbia Records (Rest of Europe)
Producer Marcus Wuest, Wallis Bird
Wallis Bird chronology
Spoons
(2007)Spoons2007
New Boots
(2009)
Wallis Bird
(2012)Wallis Bird2012

New Boots is the second album by Irish singer-songwriter, Wallis Bird. The album was released on 24 July 2009 in Ireland[1] under the Rubywork label and later received a wider European release in March 2010 in Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Belgium. The album was released in France in April 2010.[2] It is released outside Ireland through Columbia Records.

Promotion[edit]

Bird appeared on RTÉ Two's Band from School[3] in December 2009. She also appeared on Austrian music channel Go TV to promote the album on 15 March 2010.[4]

Track listing[edit]

2009 original release
  1. "Can Opener"
  2. "Travelling Bird"
  3. "To My Bones"
  4. "Meal of Convenience"
  5. "Made of Sugar"
  6. "An Idea About Mary"
  7. "When We Kissed the World Fell in Love!"
  8. "LaLaLand"
  9. "Berlin"
  10. "Measuring Cities"
  11. "Your Morning Dram"
2010 limited edition
  1. "Can Opener"
  2. "Travelling Bird"
  3. "To My Bones"
  4. "Meal of Convenience"
  5. "Made of Sugar"
  6. "An Idea About Mary"
  7. "When We Kissed the World Fell in Love!"
  8. "LaLaLand"
  9. "Berlin"
  10. "Measuring Cities"
  11. "Your Morning Dram"
  12. "Your Daddy"
  13. "LaLaLand" (acoustic)
  14. "An Idea About Mary" (acoustic)
  15. "Measuring Cities" (acoustic)
  16. "To My Bones" (live version)

New Boots Tour[edit]

Bird toured Ireland, France and Belgium extensively throughout 2009. In early 2010 she announced live tour dates for other parts of Europe including Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Awards[edit]

New Boots won Wallis Bird the title of Best Irish Female Artist at the 2010 Meteor Ireland Music Awards.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "New Boots (2009) | Wallis Bird | High quality MP3 downloads | 7digital Eire". Ie.7digital.com. 2009-07-24. Retrieved 2012-03-03. 
  2. ^ a b "the home of Wallis Bird". Wallisbird.com. Retrieved 2012-03-03. 
  3. ^ [1][dead link]
  4. ^ "gotv - hosted by Wallis Bird". Gotv.at. Retrieved 2012-03-03.