Sunday 26th: Uneven Eleven + Årabrot + Dead Sea Apes at Kraak
We’re pleased to confirm that we’ll be playing at this year’s Supernormal, a great little festival in rural Oxfordshire on the 9th to 11th of August. Fellow psych-rockers Hookworms and Mugstar are also on the bill, along with a host of other bands, musicians, artists, workshops, and children’s activities: “Somewhere in spirit between the original Glastonbury Fayre and an eccentric village fête.” Tickets only £75. Full details at their website.
Our collaboration LP with Black Tempest The Sun Behind The Sun on Cardinal Fuzz Records is now up for pre-order at Piccadilly Reccords and Norman’s Records. If you prefer to patronise your local independent vinyl emporium, they can order it from Forte. The release date is still T.B.C. but it’s looking like early June. For those without anachronistic analogue playback equipment, a CD version in a mirror card sleeve will be available direct from Cardinal Fuzz.
Meanwhile, we have two gigs in Manchester: on 22nd of May we’re supporting Come at Ruby Lounge, and on Sunday 26th we’re on a bill topped by a new experimental supergroup Uneven Eleven, featuring Kawabata Makoto from Acid Mothers Temple, Charles Hayward from This Heat and Guy Segers from Univers Zero, at Kraak, hosted by Fat Out Till You Pass Out (website/facebook). Advance tickets at wegottickets. We have ‘cheap list’ places available for both of these shows so feel free to get in touch if you want to be on either of them.
We have two exciting gigs to announce, next month in Manchester:
Vis-à-vis the current state of affairs:-
- The Sun Behind The Sun, our collaborative LP with Black Tempest, is now being pressed and printed and will be released in a few weeks’ time, all being well. As well as the limited-run grey vinyl there may also be a small number of CDs available.
- Our first gig this year will be with Mugstar and Anthroprophh in Leeds on the 22nd of March. There are a couple more gigs in the pipeline – watch this space or follow us on Songkick for email updates.
- Meanwhile, we have put a collection of early practice-room jams up on Bandcamp – Thermionic Emissions volume 1. It’s pay what you want, all donations gratefully received.