After All The Wishing… is finally out now and available on CD and as a download. It's available to order from this site… Spread the word!
I'm also playing a few more solo gigs over the coming months to promote it, with the next two at The Kingsdown Wine Vaults on Friday 1st May & at Raves From The Grave record store in Frome on Sunday the 3rd of May - Looking forward to seeing some of you there!
Things are hotting up for the album release in just over two weeks time!
After All The Wishing… has been gaining some good press and album track Count Your Coppers has even managed to sneak its way on to Tom Robinson's mix tape on BBC 6 Music!
I've got a few gigs lined up over the next few months with the first one being the official album launch at The Louisiana in Bristol on Saturday 28th March! I look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible!
In the meantime here are a few things the press are saying so far..
"A sprawling twisted masterpiece!" - Louder Than War
"Both weird and intoxicating, dangerously attractive and unlike anything you have heard before. In the right light it would be easy to convince yourself that this is actually a long lost album from Bowie’s Berlin years" - Dancing About Architecture
"Brace yourself for the weird and wonderful" - Bristol Live Mag
"A Moulin Rouge of Rock!" - CMUSE
Ok.. So I didn't quite get the new album ready for a December release, but I can confirm that the new album will be released on the 30th March this year. It's called 'After All The Wishing…' and will be available on CD and as a download. You can pre-order the album from this site and will receive an instant download of the album track 'Count Your Coppers' when you do!
Here he is performing with his Jazz quartet Freight..
I've put together an album teaser to get you in the mood, so when my new album is released you will all be rushing out to buy a copy!
Here he is hard at work performing alongside one of my favourite guitarists with the band The The..
Here we are circa 1993 in Bristol's prestigious Royal Fort Gardens..
From my early involvement with Monk & Canatella and the diverse scene associated with it I would often hear Mark Stewart's name mentioned whenever it came to conversations about the Bristol music scene. I really wanted to bring in some of Bristol's musical heritage on this album and his name kept springing to mind.
Here he is in collaboration with Factory Floor with a track taken from his last album Politics Of Envy..
I wanted a female voice on the album and was looking for someone contemporary with an attitude…. I'd encountered Annie through her amazing illustration work, and as soon as I'd checked her music out I knew straight away that her voice would fit right in on the album.