Hairbrush? Check! Screwdriver? Check! Love song to the insignificance of us all in the face of the vastness of the night sky played in front of Kelly Richardson’s Mariner 9 installation? Check Check Check! This was a wonderful experience to be part of that I am so very grateful for.
Some nice words about the festival and the folk that played over at Slap Me On The Patio – they’re also on the F***book. Here’s a picture of me losing it whilst standing on the pews. Sorry about that. Went a bit Iggy for a moment.
The lovely Robot Needs Home have put together a compilation CD as part of Record Store Day and I’m super thrilled to be part of it.
There are only a 100 copies and they’re to be given away to folk who buy something from Rockaboom records in St.Martin’s Square, Leicester on Record Store Day (Saturday 16th April). You can read more about it and see the tracklisting here.