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Starsailor are a British rock band from Chorley, England. They signed a record deal in 2000 and have had numerous tours, album releases and top 40 singles to their credit. Some of Starsailor's most popular songs include "Fever", "Lullaby", "Love is Here" and "Way To Fall". In 2006, Starsailor is touring and are scheduled to perform at many music festivals in both the US and UK.

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Starsailor's first single, "Fever", was released in early 2001. The song, and it's two B-Sides "Love Is Here" and "Coming Down" were cut from a demo recording session in the Summer of 2000. All three tracks went on to feature on Starsailor's first album Love Is Here, but the latter two were re-recorded. In early 2001, the band sold out their first UK Tour, which consisted of eleven dates in England. Their second single, "Good Souls", was released in April and featured a cover of Van Morrison's "The Way Young Lovers Do" as a B-Side. Their album Love Is Here reached #2 in the UK album charts in October 2001, after receiving great critical acclaim.

In 2003, Starsailor released their second album, Silence Is Easy. A full UK Tour began in Autumn 2003 shortly after the release of the album, culminating at London's Brixton Academy. The show featured the only known performance of "Restless Heart", the closing track on the Silence Is Easy album. Mark Collins, from The Charlatans UK joined Starsailor for all dates between August 2003 to December 2004, playing additional and lead guitar.

Starsailor released their third album, On The Outside, in the UK in late 2005 from which the first single from the album, "In The Crossfire", was taken. Critics raved about the release, with many citing it as a return to form. Starsailor played numerous festivals in the Summer of 2006; most notably Hyde Park Calling on July 1st 2006, alongside Roger Waters, and the V Festival, which is held in Stafford and Chelmsford. They also be supported The Rolling Stones on their Bigger Bang Tour in Munich and Hamburg.