We will be playing a filmed set at the Gallimaufry this sunday on gloucester road, bristol. It's going to be a rather special night filled with projections, vhs and palm trees.
We'll also be debuting some new tunes, some of which will feature on a new E.P. titled "Flogging dead Horses". It will feature three newly recorded tracks and a live track. The tracks will feature drum newest member, Alex Jon Frazer Dawson, bass from Tom Kirby, percussion from Stevie Congo, Sax from Gina Marie Tratt, and of course, vocals from Kieran R. Moist. See you there...
To enter the real world is a scary place; this land's magical creatures run in fear from the realm of bureaucracy and mediocrity; job centres and call centres; shop floors and revolving doors. We fight alone in the dark with only our creativity to guide us, yet we slowly yield to the norm if we do not take time to be struck by awe; how great it is to just be alive. The society of the spectacle reigns supreme over all our efforts to change this world. Life spills are ours to make. We will learn from our mistakes. We are tired but we are awake. .
Listen and download this beautifully produced track from out forthcoming Album "Life Spills"
Kieran has been working very hard trying to get some new recordings together with the help of Thom Jennings and James Patrick at Tankengine recordings.
A new E.P. will be out soon and we are pleased to announce that the title of this E.P. will be "life spills".
While that's all being finished off, please try to enjoy the efforts of two bored twenty somethings that had nothing better to do on a monday afternoon than make an 8 minute song about golden castles, a dead canary and a sparkly necklace...
Aw yes, we forgot to mention that Taras Groves, the director of our music video "To Deteriorate", was mentioned the latest issue of mensa magazine! Among the photos surrounding the article is a photo of Kieran in the background taking a bath whilst on the phone to his girlfriend.
Playing a short acoustic set this friday 3rd May at the White Lion in Streatham for Voodoo Blue.
The video is of a guy playing a guitar whilst abseiling down the pub in aid of music4children.