We had a lovely time in Folkestone last night. This was at The Brewery Tap UCA Project Space. The audience were great and the organisers were brilliant. So thank you everyone. Robin/Harpoon Group and Simon Finn were both in the finest form. This brings a close to these shows for 2017 at least.
This will now segue into a thank you for what has been a funny old year. We did however release a pretty good 3rd album – we are grateful to Justin & Helen of Front & Follow for getting it out there. Also, thank you to all who bought it, reviewed it or gave it some airplay.
All the best to you, the reader of this message, in 2018.
A Closer Listen interviewed F&F’s Justin Watson who has kindly provided a very good playlist of F&F work also. It includes the wonderful remix of Fedicia Exine by Position Normal.
A Closer Listen reviewed ‘Burrowed Into the Soft Sky’ also.
We love Folkestone. With Simon Finn and Harpoon Group.
Sat 9th December
Lime Bar Cafe presents, Brewery Tap, Folkestone
Mark gets to talk about what he’d take with him to a fallout shelter. Questions by the excellent Michael Holland who has reviewed the band on Ears for Eyes and Sounds XP.
Above – a live excerpt from The Blood Dimmed Tide is Loosed from the 3rd Doomed Bird of Providence album Burrowed Into the Soft Sky. Filmed by Steve O’Malley.
We have done a first round of shows which went well. Thank you to all the promoters, people who came and thanks to Stafford for organising them. There are more shows coming up later in the year. Hopefully with Simon Finn and Harpoon Group again who are both great performers and good people.
We’ve had a great response from reviewers on a whole. Justin from Front & Follow has done a great job getting the release reviewed. Thanks to:
fRoots, Wire, The Quietus, Echoes and Dust, The Guardian, Music Won’t Save You, NARC Magazine, Norman Records, De Subjectivisten, Ears for Eyes, Sigil of Brass, Aural Aggravation, A Closer Listen and Warren Ellis.
We are very pleased with how it’s turned out – please do grab a copy!
Today is the release day of the third Doomed Bird of Providence album Burrowed Into the Soft Sky. Thank you to Front & Follow for all their amazing efforts organising and promoting the release. Thank you to everyone who has bought it so far – we really appreciate it. We are very pleased with how the release has turned out as a whole and Peter Aldrich‘s artwork is perfect.
If you haven’t bought it yet please do!
More news/reviews coming soon.