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Watch the “STILL HURTS” video right now!

Here’s the first promo from DISQUIET! “Still Hurts” single is out March 9th with 2 exclusive b-sides.


Pre-Order “DISQUIET” now!

DISQUIET pre-order is go!Cd and single gatefold vinyl, pre-order and get two album tracks (“Still Hurts” & “Vulgar Display Of Powder”) plus one exclusive non-album bonus tune to download right NOW!Digital pre-order is here (you get the 3 tunes upfront as well).

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DISQUIET-Release date and tracklisting confirmed

Disquiet is finally coming! Due March 23rd on the Amazing Record Co. the album was produced by Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Killing Joke, Turbowolf) and features cover art from long time collaborator Nigel Rolfe.

The label are in the process of putting a cd/vinyl pre-order together which would give you(on pre-ordering) an immediate download of two album tracks PLUS a non-album bonus song (exclusive to the pre-order). As soon as its available we will let you all know.

Full track listing as follows…

Still Hurts
Good News Is No News
Fall Behind
Idiot Cousin
Helpless Still Lost
Vulgar Display Of Powder
Words Fail Me
Torment Sorrow Misery Strife




Delighted to announce we will be doing a 16-date tour round the UK to support our forthcoming “DISQUIET” album. Shows run March/April and full details and ticket links are here. (Please note there is one additional show not on the poster…we finish the tour April 25th at the Kasbah in Coventry).



New album “DISQUIET” artwork revealed

Very pleased to give you’s an exclusive peek at the cover art for our forthcoming studio album (#14!). The image was created by  acclaimed artist & long time T? collaborator Nigel Rolfe (Troublegum, Suicide Pact You First, A Brief Crack Of Light) and the 11 track album was produced by Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Killing Joke, Turbowolf, Band Of Skulls). Expect the record end of March 2015!


2014 Round-Up/Bring on 2015



Hello all,
Just a short post to give you a brief heads up on what we’ve been up to in 2014 and what to expect in 2015. It was sort’ve meant to be a ‘quiet’ year with the priority being recording a new album and sorting out a new record deal for its release. There were also quite a few other cool things which fell into place as well and it actually ended up being one of the busiest and most creative years in recent history. You might not have seen much extensive touring from us but there was a lot of writing and recording on the go ‘behind the scenes’ which means we have a nice chunk of killer new material to release next year.

Anyway, let’s have a look at it as it happened…first up the “Troublegum” & “Infernal Love” deluxe editions were released along with 15 track ‘entry level’ best of “Stories”. Then we headed out on a celebratory “TG20” UK tour which was absolutely killer and every night was an absolute joy to rock out with all our good friends. Straight off the back of that (and taking considerable energy from those live shows) we hit the studio and tracked the new album with our good friend and uber-producer Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Killing Joke, Turbowolf, Opeth etc). The song writing had started end of 2013 (some of you might remember us playing a proto-version of “Still Hurts” in Castlebar, Nov 2013 or “Insecurity” at Coastrock?) for that so we had a large pool of kick ass songs to choose from which we refined in a pre-album demo session which meant the album session went great.

After recording we started a run of festivals and again, they were all ace and we even made our debut trip out to Guernsey which was a real event for us. Hellfest in France was an awesome show, the gig went great and it was nice to catch up with lots of old friends and make a few new ones. The Sonisphere “Infernal Love” show was brilliant as well, we’d never played the full album before so we were a bit nervous as to how it would go down but, again, the crowd seemed well up for it and it was one of the best shows we’ve done in years. And let’s not forget the epic 14 cello version of “Diane” performed at Breda Barst, that was a big treat for us.

We’ve been busy since the end of the summer as well, we signed a new record deal with a brand new label for the release of the new album and, albeit a new label, the individuals involved have many years of experience in the business and have some great ideas about what needs to be done with the new record. Also from a purely selfish point of few, working with enthusiastic and knowledgable people is always a boost for us and makes a big difference when working on a project.

Andy also recorded his 2nd solo acoustic cd and did a 2nd solo acoustic tour round the UK which was brilliantly received and showcased a different side to the Therapy? catalogue. It was also a good way to road-test more of the new songs and there were a few special guests along the way.

One of the highlights of the year (and probably one of the highlights of the bands career!) occurred when we got awarded the “Oh Yeah Legends” award in Belfast at the Northern Irish Music Prize ceremony. Apart from being extremely honoured (previous recipients are SLF, Undertones, Gary Moore) , we had a class show and it was great to have our friends Nathan Connolly (Snow Patrol) and Tony Wright (VerseChorusVerse) come up and jam on “Die Laughing” and “Lunacy Booth” respectively. A perfect, brilliant night!

While we were in NI Andy and I recorded a one-off project we’ve been working on for a while and, though very different from the T? sound, it’s still a dark, intense and unsettling listen. In total we recorded 17 tracks and a few of them feature friends from the NI music scene like Robyn G Shiels, Roisin Stewart (Desert Hearts/Le Carousel), Herb Magee (La Faro/GOONS), Ben McCauley and Brian Coney. There’s no release date planned for that yet but rest assured it will surface sometime in 2015.

We finished the year by heading back to Blast Studios and recording the rest of the songs we’d demoed earlier in the year (we also snuck in a new album/promo photo-shoot while we were there!). It was brilliant to get ALL the tunes recorded so we now have a ‘pool’ of songs for use as ‘bonus tracks’, either as B-sides/ep tracks or one offs. To be honest we haven’t been this prepared in years, saves any last minute scrabbling to get B-sides together.

Not bad going for a ‘quiet’ year. So if next year is half as busy it’ll be a good one! At the minute we are finalising release dates, formats and sorting singles/videos for the new album as well as booking live shows and festivals for 2015. BUT we do have a track listing, artwork and a title which should all be announced early next year once the new album release date is locked in.If we’ve been a bit cagey about details it’s just that we want to have everything in place before we start making announcements, rest assured there will be a lot of exciting things forthcoming. Anyways, enough of my yakkin’, this post has ended up a lot longer than initially intended! From myself, Andy and Neil, as always we thank you for your continued support and looking forward to catching up with you all in 2015. Have a fun and safe festive period and from the three of us, we wish you all the best for the New Year. See you down the front!

Michael McKeegan on behalf of THERAPY? 2014

First show of 2015 confirmed!

Delighted to annouce we will be playing the PAASPOP Festival in Holland on April 4th 2015. Full details and tickets here


Therapy? 2014 favourites

Yes, its another ‘end of year’ list!

Against Me!-Transgender Dysphoria Blues
Archaic-Noise in your Head
Arctic Flowers-Weaver
Burial-Rival Dealer ep
Una Bestia Incontrolable-Observant Com el Mon Es Destrueix
Mica Levi-Under the Skin soundtrack
Crusades-Perhaps You Deliver This Judgment With Greater Fear Than I Receive It
Lana Del Rey-Ultraviolence
Thirty Six Strategies-Strategy Two (full disclosure, features me)
Manic Street Preachers-Futurology
The Bug-Angels & Devils
Royal Blood-Royal Blood
Total Control-Typical System
Lonely The Brave-The Day’s War
Strand Of Oaks-Heal
FKA Twigs-LP1
Fugazi-First Demo
The Number Ones-The Number Ones
Chvrches-Get Away
Kode 9 & The Spaceape-Killing Season ep

Across the Line Radio Ulster
Maximum Rock and Roll radio
Get Darker
WFMU Distort Jersey City
Radio 4 in the mornings

Michael Faber-The Book of Strange New Things
Samuel beckett-Echo’s Bones
Donna Tartt-The Goldfinch
Barbara Ehrenreich-Smile or Die
Henry Marsh-Do No Harm
Lars Iyer-Wittgenstein Jr
Karl Ove Knausgaard-Boyhood Island

True Detective
The Fall
The Missing
Remember Me
Match Of The Day
Sonic Highways
Toast of London (yes I can hear you Clem Fandango)
The Babadook
Under the Skin
Let the Right One In-London Royal Court
Not I/Footfalls/Rockaby-Cambridge Arts Theatre (Lisa Dwan, incredible performance)
Chelsea FC at Stamford Bridge. Come on you Blues!

Mastodon-Once More Round The Sun
Venetian Snares-Love Is A Bulldozer
Mogwai-Rave Tapes
Conan-Blood Eagle
Lake Of Blood-Omnipotens
Mantar-Art Of Burning
Morbus Chron-Sweven
Dawn of MIDI-Dysnomia
Future Islands-Singles
Against Me!-Transgender Dysphoria Blues
Lonely The Brave-The Day’s War
Babylon Whores-Box Of The Damned
Police Bastard-Confined
Mica Levi-Under The Skin OST
Terra Tenebrosa-The Purging
The Powder Room-Curtains
Manic Street Preachers-Futurology
Entombed AD-Back To The Front
Beach Slang-Who Would Ever Want Something So Broken & Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street EPs
Yes I’m Leaving-Slow Release
Electric Youth-Innerworld
The Oath-The Oath
Pyre-Human Hecatomb
Judas Priest-Redeemer Of Souls
Foreseen-Helsinki Savagery
Prong-Ruining Lives

The Twelve-Justin Cronin
The Passage-Justin Cronin
In A Fit Of Rage-Geoff Dyer
Before I Burn-Gaute Heivoll
The Transportation Accident-Ned Beauman
Single White Male-John Niven
Black Sabbath-Mick Wall
Black Metal:Evolution Of The Cult-Dayal Patterson

Wolf Of Wall Street
True Detective
Inside No 9
Lego Movie
Dexter 7&8
Gone Girl
Orange Is The New Black
Wake In Fright
Mastodon-Live, Limelight 20/11/2014
Robyn G Shiels-Black Box, Belfast
Electric Wizard-Hellfest

Once More ‘Round The Sun-Mastodon
Dysnomia-Dawn of Midi
Dude Incredible-Shellac

Toast of London
The Missing
Happy Valley
Red Fang-Sheffield
Toxic Holocaust-Hellfest, Clisson
And So I Watch You From Afar-Newcastle
Basement Jaxx-Newcastle
De La Soul-Nottingham
Lonely The Brave-Southampton


The Establishment: and how they get away with it – Owen Jones
McMafia: Crime without frontiers – Misha Glenny
A Man Without Breath – Philip Kerr

Andy London DJ set 13-12-2014


Andy will be dj’ing at the Camden Rocks Club Xmas party this Saturday in the Underworld, Camden, London. Festive fun guaranteed!





“Gemil Box” reduced for one month only (OFFER CLOSED!)

Please note this offer is no longer valid!

To celebrate receiving the ‘Legends Award’at the Northern Irish Music Prize & to mark the 1st Anniversary of its release, we’re reducing the price of the “Gemil Boxset” for ONE Month only to £100 (+P&P) from November 15th to December 15th

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