Thanks to Christopher Nosnibor at whisperinandhollerin for the review of Blind Mouths Eat.
There’s a great review of Blind Mouths Eat in December’s Terrascope Rumbles.
A new track by the Doomed Bird will be featured on Adventures In Music And Sound – Resonance FM, Thu, 28 November, 21:00 – 22:30. It’s called Boyd’s Tower and will also be on the next Below the Radar (Wire Magazine subscriber compilation).
David Cowling from AmericaUK has written a great review of the album.
The Wire asked Mark from the Doomed Bird to submit links to sites online that were of interest to him. It includes a range of different links including a couple of Australian folk music sites, a convict database, Old Bailey court cases and some links to a few favourite authors.
Photo: Owen Llewellyn
Pre-order the limited edition t-shirt.
‘Blind Mouths Eat’, the 2nd album by The Doomed Bird of Providence is out today.
It has already received a number of positive reviews including:
Clive Bell wrote a full page review in the November edition of Wire Magazine :
“Sometimes cussedness is an essential virtue for musicians. The Doomed Bird Of Providence’s Mark Kluzek oozes cussedness like sweat. He’s an Australian in exile, assembling a group of Brit players to realise his singleminded vision, which involves Kluzek barking out blacker than black tales of horror and misery from Australia’s early history. Blind Mouths Eat is his second bulletin from the festering underbelly of 19th century Oz.”
They are also featuring two songs from the album on the Wire site.
‘Blind Mouths Eat’ can be ordered through:
Paul Dawson has made a promotional video for ‘Through the Streets of Albany’: