A happily high-quality live video of “Kurt Gödel” which will be appearing on the album when it happens.
Spot the surplus guitarist.
“The Remains Of Walter Peck” EP
Abrasive electro music with a throbbing punk-rock heart.
“…as blissful as they are boisterous.” – NME (uk)
“Eviscerating…” SPIN (usa)
Yes, right this way for
OUTBLINKER ON BANDCAMP
which of course means listening privileges and shit for sale.
Taken from our (eventually) upcoming debut album.
The video for “Walter Peck” taken from our most recent EP “The Remains of Walter Peck”
Cower in fear for the world is doomed.
Our latest record – the title of which you can find, perfectly typed, at the head of this message – will appear in your life on May 6th via Stabbed In The Back Records, should you choose to let it.
To accompany it we have organised an “official” launch night in Glasgow on May 4th (see poster) where you can grab one of 50 limited edition, advance, hand-made copies of the EP. This is followed shortly-after by a dangerously loud and cramped Stirling date amongst friends (and enemies) on Friday 6th at Mediterranea to wet the baby’s head, so to speak.
We’ll be appearing at Brew At The Bog Festival on June 4th amongst other bits and bobs (announced in due course). Then towards the end of the year we will finally release our debut album and get wired back in to some real European touring and self-destruction.
The material on this three track EP was recorded (and partly written) with our friend and mentor Benjamin Power in an ancient church on a remote island in Orkney during a particularly fruitful and surreal creative voyage into the unknown.
We sincerely hope you enjoy our musings on death and fame.
The EP is now available for PRE-ORDER
We’re currently in transit and hurtling full speed towards the first dates of our 2015 European tour. Joining us for the experience is the distinguished Aron Ward of Bristol’s very own Y CVn, who’ll be in charge of automotive and in-van mediation duties for the duration. Hoping to meet a few new people, enjoy some of the fine cuisine of our more cultured neighbours and perhaps make a little to much noise throughout. As mentioned, we’re particularly excited about opening for La Colonie De Vacances midway through the excursion.
Our November dates conclude with a show at the Strange Behaviours festival in Stirling on Nov. 21st – the alma mater tourist town of 2/5 blinkers. Will be nice to see some familiar faces at that: we’ll likely be able to relay a variety of thousand-yard stare accompanied stories about tinned fruit shrines and Italian deli-based voodoo by the time we return.
We’re getting ready to go on our first foray into Europe — pretty exciting times.
Also debuting new material written and recorded for the album.
As part of the tour we will spend two nights opening for La Colonie De Vacances which is already causing involuntary priapisms and night-sweats within the camp.
As an Italian once said: “it is my dream”.
We thoroughly enjoyed playing at the Wickerman Festival this year – thank you to everybody who came along and saw us. Special thanks must go to all involved with the Solus Tent, and to Valerio, Matt and Kenny for their efforts helping everything go smoothly.
Our next show is at The Hug & Pint on Gt. Western Road in Glasgow on the 8th August with Blood of the Bull joining us. We’ll be in a particularly animated mood as our album session is booked for the week after – please come along and see us before the weight of seven days of inescapable composition on Orkney renders all us incapable of basic human interaction.