Squeeze are really excited to be working on a special collaboration with The NHS Choir – Lewisham & Greenwich for OnBlackheath festival this year!

A message from Glenn:
“It’s very humbling and amazing to work with a bunch of dedicated professionals who I admire so much and whose spare time gig as a choir is completely inspirational. We are so looking forward to working together on our mutual home turf.”

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The first album of new Squeeze material in 17 years is finally here!

Cradle To The Grave will be officially released 2nd October 2015, the series ‘Cradle To Grave’ that features the songs will be on UK TV screens from early September.
We are making available a fan only limited edition CD mintpack of 1000 copies, with individually numbered collector inserts (a replica of the train ticket that appears on the tour artwork).  The pre-order link is live now from the official Squeeze shop, the CDs will be shipped from August 28th.  The orders will be serviced on a first come first served basis.
For those of you who have seen Squeeze live over the last few years will have heard ‘Cradle To The Grave’ and ‘Top Of The Form’ featured in the set.  Alongside these are another 10 songs recorded this year at 45RPM in SE London.
The new single from the album ‘Happy Days’, is now receiving airplay on BBC Radio 2.

Full Tracklisting:

1. Cradle To The Grave

2. Nirvana

3.  Beautiful Game

4.  Happy Days

5.  Open 

6.  Only 15

7.  Top Of The Form

8.  Sunny

9.  Haywire

10. Honeytrap

11. Everything

12. Snap, Crackle And Pop

Chris and Glenn are proud to announce that Lucy Shaw is joining Squeeze on bass guitar.  Lucy plays bass on half of the new album ‘Cradle To The Grave’, as well as contributing a large part of the string arrangements.
Her own musical experience is pretty wide – ranging from playing double bass on sessions for Stevie Wonder, Florence & The Machine, Paul McCartney.  On films such as The Hobbit and Mission Impossible.  To writing orchestral arrangements for The Noisettes and Marina & The Diamonds.  As well as taking up bass duties for Rumer, Jeff Beck and a certain Glenn Tilbrook & The Fluffers.  Lucy works and plays with Ignite, ensemble-in-residence for the Wigmore Hall learning department, and is a composer for TDLP children’s creative projects and shows, most recently at the V&A museum.
She has also been working part time as a classical Double Bassist for main London orchestras like the Royal Philharmonic, the English Chamber Orchestra and Britten Sinfonia.  Lucy is very excited to be a new member of the band Squeeze.  She has been friends with the band for a long time and is a big fan of her predecessor John Bentley’s tasteful playing and pork pie hats.  She hopes her diverse musical experience, together with her work with toddlers, will in some way prepare her for fun times ahead with Glenn, Chris, Simon and Stephen as part of Squeeze.