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Bloody Disgusting Review | The Real Tuesday Weld | Songs for The Last Werewolf

"If you like diversity in your music and not knowing what is coming next, this album is for you. It sounds fantastic; each song is beautifully crafted and is faithful to the genre it represents."

The Last Werewolf Trailer - Knopf

The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan and The Real Tuesday Weld

Meet Jake. A bit on the elderly side (he turns 201 in March), but you'd never suspect it. Nonstop sex and exercise will do that for you—and a diet with lots of animal protein. Jake is a werewolf, and after the unfortunate and violent death of his one contemporary, he is now the last of his species. Although he is physically healthy, Jake is deeply distraught and lonely.

The Last Werewolf Trailer | Canongate Books

Welcome to the Canongate Books trailer for our dear friend Glen Duncan's extraordinary new novel 'The Last Werewolf'.


Huffington Post Review | The Real Tuesday Weld | Songs for The Last Werewolf

The Last Werewolf by The Real Tuesday Weld

On July 12th, author Glen Duncan's book The Last Werewolf will hit the shelves in a unique way. An identically titled album by the UK group The Real Tuesday Weld will serve as the book's counterpart, a "soundtrack" that will feature 19 cuts ranging from thirties ballads through gypsy jazz, electro-swing and torch song to minimal electronica.

'The Last Werewolf' by Glen Duncan

Today marks the publication of our dear friend Glen Duncan's extraordinary new novel 'The Last Werewolf' by Canongate books in the UK. It is his seventh and has been hailed by Nick Cave as 'a brutal, indignant, lunatic howl. A sexy, blood-spattered page-turner, beautifully crafted and full of genuine suspense' and it is garnering rave reviews in the press.

The Real Tuesday Weld | Live |UK

The Real Tuesday Weld

Join The Real Tuesday Weld and Still Moving DJ’s for an evening of music, films, animation, vintage clothes, books & cake.

The Real Tuesday Weld | Event | Café du Nord, SAN FRANCISCO

"Originally inspired by a dream of British 1930s crooner Al Bowlly and American actress Tuesday Weld, Stephen Coates began to create music to try to recreate the sounds he heard in his childhood home – ‘the crackling of radios playing swing and easy listening in some distant room.’ As The Real Tuesday Weld, Coates doesn’t hesitate to put those sounds to subversive use much like some of his most illustrious forebears and influences—such as Serge Gainsbourg and Ennio Morricone."

Pitchfork Review | The Real Tuesday Weld | The London Book of The Dead

"...strikingly old-fashioned arrangements and the production and songwriting updating them still make for some unusual and rewarding juxtapositions."

The New York Daily's Jim Farber Review | The Real Tuesday Weld | The London Book of the Dead

The Last Werewolf by The Real Tuesday Weld

Take, for example, the songs of Stephen Coates, who records under the cinematic name The Real Tuesday Weld. Coates' work features snatches of dialogue, intrusions of sound effects and at least the hint of a plot... "When I write, I need a narrative to work with," he says, "pop songs about romantic love may be great but you exhaust that at some point and want to look for something more."

Pitchfork Review | The Real Tuesday Weld | The Return of The Clerkenwell Kid

The Return of The Clerkenwell Kid

“Return revisits a baker's dozen of tracks from the Weld's 2001 debut, Where Psyche Meets Cupid, albeit with fresh recordings and a smattering of, ahem, real new material. Also recurring is Coates' self-described "antique beat" style, which in itself mingles the long-ago with the recent: Twenties and '30s music-hall and Tin Pan Alley (via "When I'm Sixty-Four", Village Green-preserving Kinks, or tourmate/fan Stephin Merritt of Magnetic Fields) with copious sampling and light, pastoral electronics of the Saint Etienne school.