Ken Bruce plays clip from King of the Mountain (Live 2014) – available for download Friday 21st

Bbc6music announcement
Ken Bruce played a 40-second clip of King Of The Mountain from the Before the Dawn Live album on BBC Radio 2 today at 11am – you can catch up on the BBC iPlayer, it’s played at 1:42:50 here:

Introducing the clip in the programme’s Music News section, correspondent Matt Everitt described the shows as “…the most eagerly awaited shows I can remember, they were incredible shows; Kate’s singing was amazing, the band was superb and the production and the stage set was unlike anything anyone has ever attempted at a pop or rock gig, ever.”

The full track will also be played on the BBC6Music Breakfast show tomorrow from 7am on the Shaun Keaveny show. The track will be also be made available for download on iTunes for those who have pre-ordered the digital album, from Friday.

We will post the iPlayer link to the full track when it is made available.| Pre-Order Vinyl Box Set on Amazon | Pre-Order CD Set on Amazon| Pre-Order Digital on iTunes |


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3 Responses to Ken Bruce plays clip from King of the Mountain (Live 2014) – available for download Friday 21st

  1. Blackbird Braille says:

    So if we pre-ordered the vinyl set will we be sent and individual 7-inch single? Thought it couldn’t hurt to ask 🙂 ha.

  2. Alberto says:

    WOW they played “King of the mountain” TWICE already on the same program on BBC RADIO 6 with a superb introduction, so 16+ minutes of Kate Bush radio airplay, the emotions are very high atm, the sound is perfect and the BTD LIVE was/is memorable.

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