• strange death of liberal england Angelou (7", £2.95)

    label: fantastic plastic

    b/w Scared To Death. The single was recorded with producer Dave Allen, who also produced seven albums by The Cure. ‘Angelou’ is inspired by a rare painting by Millet, copied by many artists including Salvador Dali. “An unnerving, apocalyptic preaching from utterly demented frontman Adam Woolway, it’s terrifying, gargantuan and completely brilliant” – NME; “Exhilaration brought on by massed vocals and strident guitars. They could rise above their influences” – Q; “They sing songs in shouty unison about wars, graves and solitude, bringing to mind the anarchy of Pixies and the strange pastoralism of British Sea Power” – The Guardian; “Portsmouth’s TSDOLE straddle the line between brilliant and eccentric” - The Sun; “The Strange Death Of Liberal England are pretentious, hilarious, deathly serious and fucking brilliant” – Playlouder.

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