Growing Pains is the debut studio album from the English alternative rock band Dinosaur Pile-Up. The album was released for CD, vinyl and digital download on 4 October 2011 on the Friends vs Records label. The whole album was recorded solely by lead singer and guitarist Matt Bigland in a homemade studio in Bridlington between late 2009 and early 2010. Also around this time, Steve Wilson (drums) and Tom Dornford-May (bass) left the band to pursue other projects.
Album · 2016 · 1 Song. Nothing Personal - Single Dinosaur Pile-Up. 2016 So Recordings, Silva Screen Records Ltd. More By Dinosaur Pile-Up.
Dinosaur Pile-Up are an English alternative rock band who formed in late 2007. Hailing from Leeds, West Yorkshire. Current members are lead singer and guitarist Matt Bigland, drummer Mike Sheils and bassist Jim Cratchley. Their past members include Steve Wilson (2008-2010), Tom Dornford-May (2008-2010), Tommy Davidson (2008), Harry Johns (2010-2011), James Sacha (2013).
Hitting up UK and EU in November and December, our first proper headline tour back home for a while and we’re freaking pumped on it!! It’s gonna be a SHOW. I think that’s everything ✌️.
ARTIST: Dinosaur Pile-Up. Release year, date: 2015. Grim Valentine (03:04) 04. Friend Of Mine (02:19) 05. Nothing Personal (03:43) 06. Anxiety Trip (03:40) 07. Might As Well (03:54) 08.
Dinosaur Pile-Up kind of fit so I went with it. Kind of funny I guess. You are about to release a new record called Eleven Eleven. What was the inspiration for your album’s first single, 11:11 ? How creatively involved were you with the making of the video for the song? 11:11 is a song revolving around the year and a half of solid touring we did prior to recording the album – in which I wrote a lot of the new record. We would see the numbers 11 11 ALL THE TIME in so many forms. Anyway, the numbers 11 11 became pretty significant to us and kind of coined that whole period of time on the road and the place where all the new.