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Beans on Toast's third album, Trying to tell the Truth, was released in 2011 and produced by Frank Turner, with Beans on Toast going on to be the support act for Turner’s sold out Wembley Arena show in April 2012. A fourth studio album, Fishing for a Thank You, was released in 2013 with production work by Lee Smith and Jamie Lockhart. During this period, Beans on Toast also headlined a sold-out Scala show in Kings Cross, London, which was captured and released as the Live at Scala album in 2013
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An album release show and birthday party rolled into one for Beans On Toast. Shot for Rock Sound by Dan Griffiths. Photo 9 December 2011. Beans On Toast - Trying To Tell The Truth. A new video, a couple of tunes and a cracking track by track from Beans On Toast! Features 17 November 2011.
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Alt-folk troubadour Beans on Toast twisted an age-old genre with a . approach and contemporary concerns. The musician, real name Jay McAllister, first came to the public's attention after opening Glastonbury Festival in 2005. As a self-professed "drunk folk singer," McAllister quickly found a home and an audience on the festival circuit, but it wasn't until 2009 that he released his debut record. Subsequent years saw the release of The Grand Scheme of Things and Rolling Up the Hill, in which he continued to plow a furrow of smoky-voiced, acoustic guitar-backed musings.
|1||New Shoes Blues|
|2||People Keep Making People|
|4||Can't Take Another Earthquake|
|5||All I Wanna Do Is Give You A Flower|
|6||Free Night Of Riots|
|7||My New Number One|
|9||Peter Pan's Playground|
|12||Blowjob For The Blues|
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