One hundred copies of brand new double CD album “Golden Omens’ plus free A2 poster is available direct from the band from 1st June. Cost is £12 including postage in the UK; £14 outside UK.
Contact Nathan to place your order. First come first served.
The official release date is 8th July so grab one early.
See the Scientists live!
Saturday July 23rd Folk on the Lawn Festival, Tintern Abbey
Says Nathan about a recent rehearsal:
“We went through various oldies (well, ‘Slow Cyclone’ songs from 2014 are hardly oldies but a couple of ‘Uncanny Tales’ tracks certainly are) but also worked hard on 3 new songs for the upcoming shows. ‘lant Your Flag,’ ‘Effigies’ and ‘Flowers’ were all showing real promise.
“‘Plant Your Flag’ is Gregorian Chant fast psych pop with a twangy riff I cannot believe I haven’t stolen; ‘Effigies’ refers to cop killer Dale Cregan, Ice Road Truckers and the Horsemeat scandal to a Forever Changes mariachi tune; and ‘Flowers’ is like a secular hymn that “prays” for the resurrection of innocents murdered by psychopathic regimes while simultaneously consigning said regimes to utter annhilation.”
Uncanny Tales From the Everyday Undergrowth reissue 2 x CD special edition – a few copies left of the 100 exclusive special editions.
- Uncanny Tales double disc reissue – the second disc is the mastered and sequenced home demos of the studio album
- Signed copy of Midnight Mutinies EP
- Signed A2 poster for Uncanny Tales
- 2 postcards
- Plastic A4 wallet with Uncanny Tales sticker
- Signed lyric sheet for “Mount Palomar.”
UK buyers: £15 including postage!
Outside UK: £18.99 including postage!
For those who just want the two-disc CD without the extras
UK buyers: £10 including postage
Outside UK: £12.99 including postage
To order: Contact Nathan.
A rare beast indeed is an SHS video. This is for the radio edit of Isabella (Keep Riding the road to the sea) from the forthcoming reissue of Uncanny Tales From The Everyday Undergrowth.
A mail out to press and radio has been done for us by the mighty Fruits De Mer label so old favourites like “Mount Palomar”, “Brother Sister” and “Isabella” might float over the airwaves once more. Even if they don’t this album is forever. Buried treasure unearthed yadda yadda etc etc.
As Alan Partridge would put it “Nobody can take that away from you, although nobody was actually suggesting that anybody would try and take it away from you.”