Posts tagged “Spotify

new album: ‘To The Outer World’ released 23 Apr ’21

 

Bandcamp / Spotify / Amazon / Apple Music

It’s here…  New album comes out today – a full-length studio recording with the band and various guest musicians, and some of my best songs yet: hope you enjoy (you can stream it on any of the links above).  xx

 


“Envy The Birds” out 26 Mar ’21

Spotify / Apple Music / Amazon

The 3rd and final single from my forthcoming album To The Outer World releases today… It’s a longer track (5mins, which is a lot for a guitar band), goes to some interesting places without losing the groove.

Did an interview recently with Muso Muso magazine – read it here.  I don’t normally swear that much – answering questions about my music, anyway – but seeing it out there in someone else’s font, it seems a bit excessive.  Didn’t register it at the time, for whatever reason – my mood was fine, pulse and brainwaves normal… maybe it just looks worse to me, I dunno.  See what you think.

EDIT: Just to add, Graham Duff’s Mixtape on Slack City for 24 March played “A Friend From Far Away” – listen to the whole show here.


“A Friend From Far Away” out 26 Feb ’21

Bandcamp / Spotify / Amazon / etc

The 2nd single from my new album’s out today (LP to follow Fri 23 April).  It’s available from all the usual online sources, but I’d recommend the Bandcamp version, which comes with several extra tracks – a stealth EP, even.  As before, it was recorded punishingly loud at Church Road Studios with Julian Tardo – hope you enjoy.

Oh yeah, here’s another no-budget DIY video to go with it, what I done all by myself (meant to make something a bit more extravagant this time, but lockdown II squashed that idea)…


“Something That Can Help” out 29 Jan ’21

Spotify / Apple Music / Amazon

First of three singles – next one follows in about a month.  This one’s my last word on a pet subject – a focused, direct guitar number (another last word, possibly).  Hope you enjoy.


single “Perilous Seat” out 8th March ’19

 

Here’s a single called Perilous Seat.  It’s released today on Spotify, Apple Music & Amazon.

It’s taken from an album called Vanishing Island, which is due Fri 3 May.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

more info to follow…


next gig / Monolith Cocktail & Plugged In Brighton / next gig

photo by Lewis McKale

The Hope & Ruin gig was superb – as were Pink Narcissus, Peter Cat and Lewis McKale.  A wonderful night, and thanks to everyone involved.

Two more upcoming local gigs:

Wed 20 Jun, The Prince Albert – electric band (Octopuses single launch) – wegottickets

Fri 22 Jun, The Brunswick – solo acoustic (Real Music Club)

What can I say – I’m a greedy bitch.  To soak up the folly, the gigs will be poles apart in sound, feel and setlist (very different venues too).  For the first, there’ll be electricity, bass and drums; the second, I’ll be alone up there…  After that, it’s oblivion for a little while.

Meanwhile, a track from the new EP’s featured on Monolith Cocktail’s Quarterly Playlist Revue, alongside Dr Octagon, Grimm Grimm and Crayola Lectern, to name a few – it’s an immersive, intelligently-structured listening experience; switch that phone off and strap in for a journey by tracklist.

An oldie, Lilith, features on the third edition of Plugged In Brighton’s Mixcloud in a rockier setting; Young Francis, Big Slammu et al bring the scuzz.

The two programmes are very reflective of the two nights – one’s adrenaline noise, the other’s a head trip.  Explore!


28 May: HARD SCIENCE released today

My latest single – taken from upcoming album Glow in the Dark – is now available.  It can be found on Bandcamp – plus Amazon, Spotify, iTunes etc (frankly the Bandcamp version’s better, because it comes with extras).*

It’s been trickling out through various cracks in the internet already, which makes a nonsense of an “official release date”… Unless you’re Metallica, or someone equally lawyered-up…  But anyway, here it is.  It’s officially official.

EDIT: another review just in from Access All Areas Music

*Well, it was better – till I deleted it just now (June 2021).  The B-side can now be found on the album – as can the track itself.