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Mull Historical Society new album OUT TODAY! UK Tour underway!

Mull Historical Society new album OUT TODAY! UK Tour underway!

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MHS Edinburgh Show – Fri 21st – now at The Pleasance Theatre!

MHS Edinburgh Show – Fri 21st – now at The Pleasance Theatre!

Due to exceptional demand Mull Historical Society's show this Friday 21st
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LIVE EVENTS

27 Sep 2018 Mull Historical Society ‘Wakelines’ UK Autumn Tour - Feat. Readings from Colin's new 'Hometown Tales' Memoir Bristol Louisiana Louisiana Buy ticket
28 Sep 2018 Mull Historical Society ‘Wakelines’ UK Autumn Tour - Feat. Readings from Colin's new 'Hometown Tales' Memoir Manchester Night & Day Night & Day Buy ticket
29 Sep 2018 Mull Historical Society ‘Wakelines’ UK Autumn Tour - Feat. Readings from Colin's new 'Hometown Tales' Memoir Oxford Jericho Tavern Jericho Tavern
30 Sep 2018 Mull Historical Society ‘Wakelines’ UK Autumn Tour - Feat. Readings from Colin's new 'Hometown Tales' Memoir Newcastle Cluny Cluny Buy ticket
01 Oct 2018 Mull Historical Society ‘Wakelines’ UK Autumn Tour - Feat. Readings from Colin's new 'Hometown Tales' Memoir Leeds Brudenell Social Club Brudenell Social Club Buy ticket
02 Oct 2018 Mull Historical Society ‘Wakelines’ UK Autumn Tour - Feat. Readings from Colin's new 'Hometown Tales' Memoir London Borderline Borderline Buy ticket
04 Oct 2018 Mull Historical Society ‘Wakelines’ UK Autumn Tour - Feat. Readings from Colin's new 'Hometown Tales' Memoir Brighton Prince Albert Prince Albert Buy ticket
05 Oct 2018 Mull Historical Society ‘Wakelines’ UK Autumn Tour - Feat. Readings from Colin's new 'Hometown Tales' Memoir Southampton Heartbreakers Heartbreakers Buy ticket
27 Oct 2018 Isle Of Mull Tobermory Book Festival Mull Theatre Mull Theatre Buy ticket

BUY BOOKS

HOMETOWN TALES: HIGHLANDS & HEBRIDES (2018)

Colin MacIntyre’s Memoir: ‘The Boy in the Bubble‘ — part of the W&N Books ‘Hometown Tales’ series. Say  W&N Booksit is a bright, intensely funny and deeply felt memoir about growing up on the Isle of Mull from award-winning musician (Mull Historical Society) and author of the award-winning ‘The Letters of Ivor Punch’, Colin MacIntyre. Follow Colin as he travels from Island boy to internationally acclaimed award-winning musician. It is about fathers, sons, first bands and first guitars being waded ashore…

AMAZON

WATERSTONES

W&N BOOKS

AUDIOBOOK

THE HUMDRUM DRUM (2018)

*WITH FREE CD OF ACCOMPANYING ORIGINAL SONGS WRITTEN BY COLIN, PLUS HIM READING THE AUDIOBOOK!

Illustrated by Catherine Thomas.  Say Little Door Books: Meet ‘Drum’, the orchestra drum who is feeling very humdrum. When Drum is feeling unhappy he stops playing and the entire orchestra comes to an embarrassing halt. But with the help of his friends – a cast of colourful instruments, as well as ironing mice and shaving pigeons – Drum realises that without him keeping the beat, they lose their way and that they need him to save the day! Promotes the themes of togetherness and teamwork.

AMAZON

WATERSTONES

PREVIEW THE SONGS AND AUDIOBOOK AT LITTLE DOORBOOKS!

THE LETTERS OF IVOR PUNCH (HARDBACK 2015)

Winner of the Edinburgh International Book Festival’s First Book Award 2015.

All islands have their secrets.
This one has more than most.

When Fingal McMillan rows out into the Atlantic never to return, his grandson Alexander is left with questions. What really happened to Alexander’s mother? Was his grandfather trying to reach The Looming, a rock of local myth? And why have mysterious words appeared on the cliff by the bay?

An incredible novel. A thing of genius and wonder by an artist, a creator, in the truest sense of the word.’
We Love This Book.com

THE LETTERS OF IVOR PUNCH (PAPERBACK 2016)

FEATURING ADDITIONAL MATERIAL FROM COLIN AND ACTUAL LETTER FROM ISABALLA BIRD

Winner of the Edinburgh International Book Festival’s First Book Award

Tragedy and superstition hang over the characters like a mist, and the sea laps against every page. A Beguiling novel.’

The Independent On Sunday

An incredible novel. A thing of genius and wonder by an artist, a creator, in the truest sense of the word.’

We Love This Book.com

ABOUT COLIN & IVOR

Winner of the Edinburgh International Book Festival’s First Book Award.

All islands have their secrets.
This one has more than most.

‘The Letters Of Ivor Punch’

‘I raced through this clever, poignant, beautiful book in one sitting. It’s peopled by a cast of brilliantly off-the-wall characters, and full of keen-eyed observations about life on a remote Scottish island – and, by extension, everywhere. A must-read.’
Laura Barnett, Best-selling author of The Versions Of Us

“As a songwriter, Colin MacIntyre seems always to have been a natural storyteller. Perhaps it was only a matter of time before he turned his abilities to the longer form of the novel. It is fitting that the man best known as Mull Historical Society has crafted a story to which he has put his own name, yet it is a novel which owes so much to his roots on the island of Mull. Such powerful storytelling resonated strongly with readers at the Book Festival, making Colin a runaway winner in voting for the First Book Award.”
Nick Barley, Director of the Edinburgh International Book Festival

“He writes with a clarity of style.”
The Scotsman

“We meet a pioneering female writer, two fatherless boys, a man who fell from the sky and, of course, the prolific letter writer Ivor Punch.”
The Big Issue In The North

“The Punch family history is both fascinating and sad. The book is interesting, funny, has a famous cameo and keeps you reading, and it’s only when you reach the end of the final chapter that the Punch family history falls into place… The characters are original, well-written, and it’s one of those books you want to re-read after you’ve finished it.”
Newbooks Magazine

A truly original and enthralling novel. Ivor Punch is a magnificent creation and his story is mischievous, sad, funny and truthful.’
Stephen Kelman, Booker Short-Listed Author of Pigeon English

Tragedy and superstition hang over the characters like a mist, and the sea laps against every page. A Beguiling novel.’
The Independent On Sunday

An incredible novel. A thing of genius and wonder by an artist, a creator, in the truest sense of the word.’
We Love This Book.com

MacIntyre is a storyteller with a unique imagination, and has created a genuinely heartfelt novel with some standout elements of dark comedy. The shadow of death is a striking, compelling theme.’
The List

Fascinating and sad … interesting, funny [and] one of those books you want to re-read after you’ve finished.”
New Books Magazine

A stunning debut.’
Waterstones Piccadilly, London

And fuck.’
Ivor Punch

MULL HISTORICAL SOCIETY // COLIN MACINTYRE 2018

  • NEW MHS ALBUM ‘WAKELINES’ PRODUCED BY BERNARD BUTLER OUT SEPT 21
  • UK AUTUMN TOUR ANNOUNCED
  • MEMOIR ‘HOMETOWN TALES: THE BOY IN THE BUBBLE’ OUT NOW
  • CHILDREN’S BOOK ‘THE HUMDRUM DRUM’ OUT NOW
  • ADAPTING HIS DEBUT NOVEL ‘THE LETTERS OF IVOR PUNCH’ FOR THE STAGE

Some reaction to 2016’s album ‘Dear Satellite’

“‘Sleepy Hollow’ and ‘This Little Sister’ effortlessly underline MacIntyre’s ear for a pop hook.” Uncut

“With the big indie-rock of ’Sleepy Hollow’ his journey continues more widescreen than ever.” Q Magazine

“Colin MacIntyre’s ability to wrap textural complexity and shard-filled lyrics in pop coatings endures. Pop needs more of this.” The Sunday Times

“The sound of an artist on top form. He really does deserve to go interstellar.” Louder Than War

And some praise for Colin’s Edinburgh International Book Festival First Book Award-winning debut novel ‘The Letters of Ivor Punch‘:

Tragedy and superstition hang over the characters like a mist, and the sea laps against every page. A Beguiling novel.’
The Independent On Sunday

An incredible novel. A thing of genius and wonder by an artist, a creator, in the truest sense of the word.’
We Love This Book.com

MULL HISTORICAL SOCIETY // COLIN MACINTYRE 2018

Colin MacIntyre is a multi-award-winning musician, producer, author and playwright. He has released eight acclaimed albums to date, most notably under the name Mull Historical Society, having achieved two UK Top 20 albums and four Top 40 singles, since his Gold-selling debut album, ‘Loss’. His new MHS album, ‘Wakelines’, has been produced by Mercury and Brit-Award winning Producer Bernard Butler. His debut novel ‘The Letters of Ivor Punch’ (W&N/Orion) won the 2015 Edinburgh International Book Festival First Book Award, was shortlisted for The Guardian’s 2015’s Not The Booker, and he has just adapted it for the stage. He has been voted Scotland’s Top Creative Talent at the Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Awards, as well as into the Greatest Scottish Artists of All Time public poll, and has toured worldwide, including with ‪The Strokes, Elbow and REM, and has played all the major festivals. He has performed live on the U.S. College radio circuit, on Radio 4, 6Music, Radio 1, Radio 2, MTV, Later With Jools Holland and the Jonathan Ross Show, among many others.  Colin has collaborated with those as diverse as King Creosote, U.K. Political legend Tony Benn, and ‘Trainspotting’ creator Irvine Welsh. His new memoir, ‘Hometown Tales: The Boy in the Bubble’ (W&N Books), and his first book for children, ‘The Humdrum Drum’ (Little Door Books) with accompanying CD of songs and audiobook, were published in June.

Born into a family of writers and storytellers, Colin is a descendant of the Gaelic warrior-poet, Duncan Ban MacIntyre, and grew up on the isle of Mull in the Hebrides (pop. 2,500 people, 26,268 sheep).

‘WAKELINES’ 

21st September 2018 will see the release of Colin’s new Mull Historical Society album ‘Wakelines’ on Xtra Mile Recordings, Produced by the Mercury Award-winning songwriter and Brit Award-winning Producer Bernard Butler. Summer 2018 also sees the publication of two new books from Colin: his memoir ‘The Boy in the Bubble’ about growing up on the isle of Mull and his journey from island boy to international musician, which is published as part of the W&N Books/Orion ‘Hometown Tales’ series. As well as Colin’s first book for children, ‘The Humdrum Drum’, a picture book with accompanying original songs and audiobook.

On the album, Colin explained “‘This is my eighth album, but it feels all about firsts. About going back. The first song I wrote for the album was ’14 Year Old Boy’. It tells the story of my first electric guitar being waded ashore to the isle of Mull, held high above the waves by my father, Kenny Macintyre. It was a Fender Telecaster guitar. Whenever I play the guitar even now I still expect an electric shock, to be plugged into the mainland, to be the 14 year-old boy again with his dreams, his sketched stageplots. This story is also told in the first pages of my new memoir ‘Hometown Tales: The Boy in the Bubble’, which I wrote while I recorded the album.

‘Child Inside of Me’ is another song inspired by this theme. This album is also the first time I have worked with someone like Bernard Butler. I had a feeling about the album that I needed to get somewhere new – it was Bernard who realised what I was saying was I needed to get under my skin, lay myself bare. I’ve long admired Bernard and I feel that he has left some of him on here too. To have him performing so much on the album is an added bonus!

The album title ‘Wakelines’ refers to the child inside too: when I would wake early to watch as my father left the island for his weekly work at the BBC back in the city. He didn’t know I was watching. I missed him dreadfully. The songs are about family, and home, and how home, and islands, dreams, travel. Fittingly, we recorded the album in Bernard’s home in London and that has left its mark too – it just all felt right. Fitted.’

Butler said of the making of the album: “I helped the brilliant Colin MacIntyre make his beautiful new Mull LP, Wakelines. We did most of it in my front room. Colin sang one song with one of my boys sitting on the sofa – only because he was waiting to get into the kitchen. My cats watched him sing for weeks. I even recorded that weird Russian harp (gusli) on it when I was really desperate for ideas one night. The shower became my echo chamber and the drum room one of the kids’ rooms. It was quite a lovely time. So I’m going to play guitar for Colin in London in October, and hopefully a few more. Come along. It’s a beautiful record and it’s always nice to play on those ones.”

Colin’s poet grandfather, Angus Macintyre, also makes an appearance on ‘Wetlands Urban Fox’. The title track ‘Wakelines’ is about migration and the morning lines of Syrians walking through Europe, fleeing their homes. ‘Put Your Arms Around Me’ is his attempt to get under those skins: of those affected by global conflict. He has emerged from a full-on creative spell, which has included writing and recording the album, writing his memoir, his first children’s book ‘The Humdrum Drum’ (with an accompanying CD of songs) – both are recently published – while also adapting his debut novel ‘The Letters of Ivor Punch’ for the stage (and penning his second novel too). He explained “ The album is also about the battle within. They always are. On ’14 Year Old Boy’ I sing ‘if I could cry…’ While making this record in the studio house, for the first time I did.”

The follow-up to 2016’s Dear Satellite is Colin MacIntyre making the most of his time in Bernard Butler’s studio, his home, with his instruments, his playing expertise, and within his sphere of influence. The signature wall of sound is most evident on the title track and ‘Wetlands Urban Fox’, with guitars channelling the melodies confidently into indie-pop canon. But it’s also in the strings that stir throughout the record, like on ‘Child Inside of Me’. Colin also sounds his most vulnerable on songs like ’14 Year Old Boy’ and the album resonates with the heart and playfulness of the young Colin.
Colin said: “This is my eighth album, but it feels all about firsts. About going back. The first song I wrote for the album was ’14 Year Old Boy’. It tells the story of my first electric guitar being waded ashore to the isle of Mull, held high above the waves by my father, Kenny MacIntyre. It was a Fender Telecaster guitar. Whenever I play the guitar even now I still expect an electric shock, to be plugged into the mainland, to be the 14-year-old boy again with his dreams, his sketched stageplots”.

Real birdsong filters into ‘Somewhere In Scotland’ lending field recording authenticity to the album, while every breath of space is augmented with sound on ‘New Day Dawning’. It’s Colin’s biggest-sounding album and one that really showcases a diversity of ideas, almost painterly in its use of texture and vision. May we venture that it could be his best yet? Bernard Butler has certainly brought out the best in him, and Mull Historical Society has deepened its own story with Wakelines.

His newest musical incarnation is the emerging Field Stars, an electro art-pop collaboration, produced by the Grammy-winning Dom Morley (Amy Winehouse’s ‘Back to Black’) and mixed by Lars Norgren (Tove Lo ‘Habits’).

For further information please contact Gillian Porter (national) or Tom Freeman (regional) at Hall Or Nothing PR on 07767 471681/07890 101580 or email firstname@hallornothing.com                                                                              

The History — the story so far… When Colin MacIntyre’s debut Mull Historical Society single ‘Barcode Bypass’ (Rough Trade) was named NME’s Debut Single of the Year in 2000, and then received its first daytime airplay (all 7 minutes of it) on Radio 1 on Jo Whiley’s show, it was clear a truly original songwriting talent had emerged as if fully formed — and from the unlikely Atlantic outpost of the isle of Mull, in the Scottish Hebrides (pop 2,500 people, 28,234 sheep).  Then came MacIntyre’s Gold-selling seminal debut album, the self-produced ‘Loss’, widely hailed as one of the best British albums of that year, including making Q’s top albums poll. It has since been voted in the top Scottish albums of all time. His acclaimed follow-up album, ‘Us’, landed in the Top 20, which included a follow-up song to ‘Barcode Bypass’, called ‘The Supermarket Strikes Back’, and the immense ‘The Final Arrears’ #19 single, dubbed ‘exactly 3 minutes of pop perfection’ by Mark Radcliffe. Once again MacIntyre also took on production duties.

MacIntyre/MHS has subsequently toured worldwide, including with The Strokes, Elbow and REM, being voted Scotland’s Top Creative Talent at the Glenfiddich Spirit Of Scotland Awards and into the top Scottish artists of all time public poll by The List Magazine. He has performed at all the major festivals and has appeared live on Radio 1, 2, 4, 5Live, 6Music, MTV, XFM as well as many other stations across the globe, including many TV shows such as Later With Jools Holland, and The Jonathon Ross Show. His first MHS chart single ‘Watching Xanadu’ made STV’s ‘Scotland’s Greatest Album’ as one of the top 3 tracks of the 00’s. This songwriting junkie has also collaborated with Irvine Welsh (who recently picked MHS debut ‘Loss’ among his favourite albums of all time) and Tony Benn on the track ‘Pay Attention to the Human’ (MacIntyre also appeared in the politician’s famous Diaries series), as well as writing music for films such as  ‘Stormbreaker’ and radio plays for BBC Radio 4. He says: ‘As a Mulleach (native of Mull), that environment of space and remoteness is never far from me, but creatively, living among the masses has made its mark too. Before that I had to build my own cities in my bedroom. Not easy getting that planning permission.’

Colin taught himself to play by watching his uncle’s covers band, going on to make his debut performance in the Tobermory town hall with microphones attached to broomsticks. He wrote his first song when he was seven and there have been hundreds that have followed, recording prolifically through his teens. His music took off while he was studying at University in Glasgow, and training part-time (very part-time) for Scottish professional football outfit, Queen’s Park, at the legendary Hampden Park. By then, his identity of Mull Historical Society, stolen from his island’s local heritage organisation, was in place and the rest is, well, history. ‘It felt to me like taking a new identity, one I could explore and get my teeth into, inspired by Orwell’s 1984 mixed with Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust or something, it just felt real and inspiring.’ (The ‘real’ MHS have since changed their name to Mull Historical & Archaeological Society, later to reappear in fictional form in MacIntyre’s debut novel).

2004 saw ‘This Is Hope’, recorded at the legendary Bearsville Studios in Woodstock, upstate New York. MacIntyre stayed in the same barn as used by Bob Dylan and The Band (Janis Joplin’s mini was still parked in the garage). It spawned the Top 40 single ‘How ‘Bout I Love You More’. MacIntyre also traveled across America’s deep south for inspiration, making a stop in New Orleans to record a gospel choir for the closing track, ‘In The Next Life (A Requiem)’, which also features his grandmother on vocals. MacIntyre has also released two albums under his own name: ‘The Water’ (2008), produced by Lemon Jelly’s Nick Franglen, on his own label Future Gods Recordings, with The Guardian hailing it ‘Pop perfection’. In 2009 Colin released his most stripped-back album to date, ‘Island’, recorded in his old school classroom. It was known to be played on none other than Beach Boy Brian Wilson’s tour bus.

His 2012 Mull Historical Society album, ‘City Awakenings’, was released on Xtra Mile Recordings. Produced by the Grammy-winning Dom Morley (Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson, Grinderman), it is his tribute to Glasgow, London and New York – the 3 cities that have most influenced this islander abroad. MacIntyre co-produced the closing track ‘Thameslink (London’s Burning)’, which he first performed at his father’s funeral, Kenny Macintyre, the widely respected BBC Political & Industrial Correspondent, (Colin’s father’s death inspired ‘Loss’). Colin’s father having once carried aloft a Fender ’78 Telecaster home to his teenage son on the island on a trip back from the mainland, wading ashore with the guitar held aloft after the ferry had failed to dock.  There were live sessions (with said guitar!) on Radio 2 with Jo Whiley & Bob Harris, as well as on 6Music, BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Ulster, XFM, Radio Clyde and more. After a summer of Festival appearances including V, T in the Park, Eden Sessions, & the Scottish Parliament with Annie Lennox – and returns to Europe with shows in Berlin and Blue Balls, Lucerne – came his first Xmas Single, ‘Christmas Is Here Again’.

2015  saw MacIntyre release a Best Of album to mark 15 years of MHS, and sign an exclusive music publishing deal with BMG/Xtra Mile Music in a landmark deal which includes new MHS albums and his entire back catalogue, as well as his new electro pop project (more below). Music Week announcement of Colin’s BMG publishing deal. His Best Of Collection came out on Xtra Mile Recordings. It marked 15 years since that debut MHS single and was fronted by the new single ‘Keep Falling’, a soaring new Mull track which was also produced by Morley. It came out in an exclusive colour double-Vinyl on Record Store Day. And MacIntyre then launched the single and Best-Of collection with a sold-out UK tour: the tour featured for the first time a full live performance of debut MHS album ‘Loss’ in its entirety. MacIntyre has come a long way from Mull, the island, but somehow never leaves it behind. He also actively supports the work of the Argyll-based charity Mary’s Meals, who feed over 1 Million children a daily meal in their place of education every day: “My visit to some of the Mar’s Meals projects in Malawi was life-changing. Music broke down the barriers and I realised that community is at the heart of all my work.”

And so to 2016 – and MacIntyre completed his new MHS albumDear Satellite with the Grammy-winning (and Blue Peter badge-winning) producer Dom Morley at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, London. It was released on April 8th 2016 (his birthday) on Xtra Mile Recordings/BMG.  Mull Historical Society are touring in June. He says: ‘I couldn’t be happier with the album. It is 10 songs, 36 minutes, and it feels like a perfect distillation of what I can do. It is about home, getting home, leaving home, finding home, whatever planet or street or field you live on. Whatever home means to you. I’m so excited to see it enter the world. It looks bloody good too!’

The paperback of his debut novel was published a week later in April 2016. And, to tie both identities nicely together, a new Mull track ‘The Ballad of Ivor Punch’, is the first single off ‘Dear Satellite’.

June 2018: ‘The Humdrum Drum’ — Colin’s first children’s picture book is published by Little Door Books. It is about an orchestra drum and has been beautifully illustrated by Catherine Thomas. It also features an accompanying CD of specially written songs and Colin reading the audiobook. More info:

The Humdrum Drum is Colin’s first book for children and features an accompanying CD with specially written original songs and an audiobook.Meet ‘Drum’, the orchestra drum who is feeling very humdrum. When Drum is feeling unhappy he stops playing and the entire orchestra comes to an embarrassing halt. But with the help of his friends – a cast of colourful instruments, as well as ironing mice and shaving pigeons – Drum realises that without him keeping the beat, they lose their way and that they need him to save the day!

June 2018: Colin’s memoir about growing up on the isle of Mull ‘The Boy in the Bubble‘ is now published by W&N /ORION BOOKS as part of their ‘HOMETOWN TALES’ series, celebrating regional voices. It is a bright, intensely funny and deeply felt memoir about growing up on the Isle of Mull from multiple award-winning musician (Mull Historical Society) and author of The Letters of Ivor Punch, Colin MacIntyre. It is a moving and fascinating exploration of what ‘home’ really means, charting his journey from island boy to internationally acclaimed musician. It will be in available in book shops and online from 28th June 2018. Pre-order.

From 2012-2014 Colin also ran the charity ‘Mary’s Meals‘ in London, it is a volunteer-led movement which provides children with a daily meal in their place of education in some of the world’s poorest communities for just £13.90 a year. Mary’s Meals is based in (an extended) shed in the Scottish West Highlands and currently feeds over 1.2 million children every day. Colin continues to support the work of the charity.

There is also Colin’s new electro art-pop project… FIELD STARS (formerly INK), that has been the Guardian’s New band of the Week, proclaiming: ‘perfect without being too box-ticking…going to be massive’. 2016 promises to be an exciting year of stars aligning for Mull’s History man who can’t stop creating. 

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WATCH the video for single The Ballad Of Ivor Punch from Colin’s Mull Historical Society album Dear Satellite

WATCH the new MHS single ‘Wakelines’ (2018) from the new album 

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