Free track download!

Camera Marks a Point, the last song on Eucatastrophe, has made it into the Listening Post on Tom Robinson’s Fresh on the Net site this week.

We’re pretty chuffed, so for this weekend only we’ve made it a free download – just click the Download button above.

(Note that Charlie accidentally created a new Soundcloud account; our regular Soundcloud page lives here.)

Eucatastrophe album launch gig

To celebrate the launch of the album we’re playing a special acoustic gig downstairs at the lovely Buttercup Cafe in Lewes. It’s on Friday 24 August.

Tickets are free but numbers are strictly limited. Here’s the link for details and tickets if you’d like to come along.

We’ll be selling copies of the album on the night – it’s the earliest you’ll be able to get your hands on it!

Eucatastrophe – available to pre-order!

Our debut album Eucatastrophe is being minted as we speak, ready for its release on 27 August. It’s been a long voyage, and as a thank you to those of you who’ve been with us so far we’ve made it available to pre-order at a slightly lower price.

You can buy it from our Bandcamp site, or simply go there to marvel at Erin’s cover artwork. We’ll be posting copies out the week before release, so they should arrive on launch day or thereabouts.

Stay tuned for details of the launch gig – it’s going to be intimate!

Small Shipwrecks set Sail

A Eucatastrophe is in the making! In the darkest hour before the dawn when all is quiet it’s hard to imagine it will be such a fine day. But it will. On Monday 2nd July the first single from our debut album Eucatastrophe will be officially released. Good old interweb. Finally after years of turning down offers (a few anyway) to release my stupid songs I have found a frankly dreamy band at a time when it is possible to C30, C60, C90 Go! Yeh at last. At least it feels like it.

White Diamond is the single. Featuring the most magnificent use of a bicycle pump by Charlie and the pure throat that is Stella Homewood, White Diamond owes a debt to the incredible documentary by Werner Herzog. It is the story of human dreams in the context of stunning, harsh nature. Oh yes and it is also about a brief, car crash relationship.