Albums & EPs
any of our music, please head over to our Bandcamp
page where you can download tracks on a name-your-price basis. If you'd
just like to listen for now, use any of the SoundCloud players below.
is our latest EP, released in May 2017. The three instumental tracks each contain
looped guitar/vocal/synth parts of different length, which overlap and
interlock to create interesting song structures.
(Artwork by Arthur McVey)
Experience is a short collection of songs about innocence, bravery and naivety; released in March 2016.
(Artwork by Amy Taylor)
is a short album of chiptune instumentals, released in December 2012:
is an EP released in 2011. ShoWery
matter is the follow-up remix EP, featuring reconfigured
artwork & title, remixes of Stormy Weather tunes by other
artists, plus our remixes of their work:
Machine parts I,
were released as EPs in 2009-10. All ten tracks are presented here as a
From time to time we remix other people's work. You can check out the
results of these experiments in the playlist below:
where we'll be uploading all the tracks that don't fit anywhere
else - chiptune instrumentals, demos, songs that won't be put out on
CD, or just tracks that we can't play live because they have far too
many guitars and vocal parts on them! Click on the image
for a hi-res version of the cover, click on the song titles to download
Ben returns to his indie-schmindie roots for a slice of
guitar-pop nonsense in this tale of a man who falls for his gay best
Bill hates this song.
An outtake from the "Man Against Machine" sessions, owing to
overabundance of guitar parts and some fairly ropey lyrics.
dreamt the main riff to this track way back when he was 15 and had just
started learning the guitar. In the dream the song made him
and famous, but in reality it is destined to remain ignored - gathering
dust in the deepest darkest corners of the internet forever more.
Next Big Thing
Originally written as the first (and only) single for a
side-project that was to be known as The Next Big Thing. The
is about falling in love with a one-hit-wonder and is a straightforward
two-chord rocker, featuring backing vocals from our photographer Sarah
We seem to have something of a backlog of slow/quiet tunes at
moment. Here's one about not giving up. Ben's
recorded in a wardrobe for extra clothy goodness.
From The Future
This track is our homage to Grandaddy. Fairly
straightforward acoustic indie strum, with some vintage synth
sounds and a cautionary environmental tale.