The Courteeners

The Courteeners

indie rock, indie, british, seen live, Manchester

The Courteeners are a British indie rock band formed in Manchester, in 2006 by Liam Fray (guitar/vocals), Michael Campbell (drums/backing vocals), Daniel Conan Moores (Guitar), and Mark Cuppello (bass). Mark left the band in 2015 due to 'mutual consent' and joined LIverpool band Lungs. The band's producer Joe Cross took over bass duties and is considered an official member. Whilst studying at the University of Salford, Liam Fray started to perform acoustic sets as a singer-songwriter around Manchester.

St. Jude [2008]
  • 1. Aftershow (Album Version)
  • 2. Cavorting (Album Version)
  • 3. Bide Your Time (Album Version)
  • 4. What Took You So Long? (Album Version)
  • 5. Please Don't (Album Version)
  • 6. If It Wasn't For Me (Album Version)
  • 7. No You Didn't, No You Don't (Album Version)
  • 8. How Come (Album Version)
  • 9. Kings Of The New Road (Album Version)
  • 10. Not Nineteen Forever (4:03)
  • 11. Fallowfield Hillbilly (Album Version) (4:03)
  • 12. Yesterday, Today & Probably Tomorrow (Album Version) (4:03)

St. Jude is the debut album by british indie rock band The Courteeners, which was released on 7 April 2008. There is also a special edition album which includes a second disc of acoustic versions of songs which feature on the actual album. Though the album was received to average reviews from critics, the album has become somewhat a cult success though many fans are more favorable to the versions of songs seen on Here Come The Young Men EP and various other demos. Read more on Last.fm.