31 Aug 2018

Rocket Probes – August playlist

$hit & $hine – Yeah i'm on Acid
(New track from new album BAD VIBES...it's a bit of corker!) 

Goatman – Jaam Ak Salam
(Killer first track to be revealed from this GOAT offshoots debut album 'Rhythms') 

Astrology Band – Dream World
(Funkadelic sounding fuzzwah grooves....thanks to Cherrystones for turning us onto this beast!)
Astrology Band

The Myrrors – Borderlands
(One of our fave 'psych' bands around at the moment return with a new album)
The Myrrors

Johan Johanson – Mandy Soundtrack
(Johanson's last score, a collaboration with Stephen O'Malley)
Johan Johanson

Acolytes – Night Air
(Repetitious grooves and drones)

Melting Hand – Terra
(Great psych punk from members of Gum takes tooth, Terminal Cheesecake, Bong etc...)
Melting Hand

Various – Tropical Drums Of Deutschland 
(Psyched drums, minimalist workouts and tropical ambience)
Compiled by Jan Schulte

Popol Vuh – Hüter der Schwelle
(From '77... sounds like a Hills track!)
Popol Vuh

Normil Hawaiians – British Warm
(An album that has been on the decks a lot this year...and this track slays!)
Normil Hawaiians 

Alexander Tucker – Don't look away
(Latest album by Alex...great Eno'esque, psychfolk, experimental pop)
Alexander Tucker 

Sadistik Exekution – The Magus
(One of the GOAT members turned us on to this Australian Death Metal from '91)
Sadistik Exekution

Adlington​/​D'Silva – Church Sessions
(Nice tape release by GNOD collaborator + friend)

Can – Safe
(Often overlooked Can classic!)

Aphex Twin – T69 Collapse
(New Aphex)
Aphex Twin

O Yuki Conjugate – Raindance
(Great tribal ambience from '87...time for a reissue!!)
O Yuki Conjugate

Broadcast – Where Youth and Laughter Go (Bonus Beat)
(Killer break)

The Necks – The body
(New Necks with a bit of a Rhys Chatham feel in the middle part)

Nurse with Wound – Yagga Blues
(Tribal repetition)
Nurse with Wound

Amon Duul II – Da Guadeloop
(Grooves, strings and fuzz...)
Amon Duul II

Smea ‎– V.A. Sweet Synthetic Collection
(Strange electro meets eclectic, spacey EDM/techno from Gothenburg)

Droves – Dog People
(Grinding thrash...great live!)

Yedi Ormanin Sesi – Kafamdaki Yangin
(Turkish Fuzz)
Yedi Ormanin Sesi

Material – Ciguri
(Electro fuzz funk from '82)

Harmonia – Veteranissimo
(From their Live 74 album...captures them at their best)

Schwefelgelb – In Dem Laken
(Heavy, repetitive EDM)

Oh Sees – Smote Reverser
(Another fine collection of fuzzed jams)
Oh Sees

This Heat – Made available
(So nice to hear this essential collection of songs on vinyl finally!)
This Heat 

Flowers Must Die – Your Turn My Turn
(FMD psych out the Go-Betweens)
Flowers Must Die

Listen to a selection of these tracks on our 'updated monthly' Rocket Probes Spotify playlist


29 Aug 2018

VERY SPECIAL GUESTS + Teeth of The Sea + Flowers Must Die DJ Rough Trade East London Instore



Very Special Guests
+ Teeth of the Sea
+ Flowers Must Die & Rocket DJs

(6pm Doors)




Rough Trade Event page


Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs + Anthroprophh Rough Trade Bristol instore


Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs
+ Anthroprophh

(7pm Doors)


(3 New Bridewell, Nelson Street, Bristol BS1 2QD)


Rough Trade Event page


Bonnacons of Doom + Gum Takes Tooth Rough Trade Nottingham instore


Bonnacons of Doom 
+ Gum Takes Tooth

(7pm Doors) 


(5 Broad St, Nottingham NG1 3AJ)


Rough Trade Event page

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Perkele reviews GNOD at Fuzz Club Eindhoven

They say:

The palm of the best concert of the day goes to GNOD. We must immediately admit that it is hard to hear them. Two synthesizers, a guitar and a saxophone: the beginning is traumatic. The sounds are so extreme and dissonant that they rise up the nose, take to the throat, they bounce the organs and reach the hair. A hypnotic and lacerating pandemonium almost unbearable to listening. The incarnation chosen by the Manchester collective for this session creates a state of tension so deep as to test the public. But once they have entered their universe so transcendent yet concrete, they are kidnapped by their ability to make noise an experience (s). The GNOD conception of acid psychology is driven by an extraordinary explorative capacity: their show is an immersion in sound places designed with extreme creativity, which takes the form of a liquefied trance, a synth-oriented hallucination

Read the rest here: Perkele

Photo by Clemens Mitscher


Drowned in Sound say a few words about Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation at Fuzz CLub's Fest in Eindhoven

They say:

"...Josefin Öhrn and the Liberation are another of this weekend's highlights, playing a heady mix of errant, shamanic psychedelia that's hypnotic in both execution and delivery."

Read the full review here: DIS


GNOD – 'Just Say No to the Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine' Tshirts on sale now

Again, due to popular demand we have printed up another 100 'Just Say No to the Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine' tshirts.

These always fly out pretty quick, so if you want one get it from here: Bandcamp


Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs cover story in the latest issue of NARC Magazine

Pick-up a copy of the latest NARC Magazine for a cover story on .Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs and their forthcoming album 'King of Cowards'

More info etc here: NARC


Electrophone say some words about Goatman

They say:

Goatman, solo project of a member of GOAT
Goatman is, as its name suggests, the new solo project of a member of the collective GOAT. The masked Swedish has just announced a first solo album called Rythms .

Recorded in the hometown of Korpilombolo, in the north of Sweden, at the end of 2017, the 6 tracks of Rhythms reveal a real collision between African rock, jazz, reggae, gospel and psychedelic music.

Goatman plays all the instruments, but he's still surrounded by some big names like Hanna Östergren for percussion, Swedish band Hills and Träd, Gräs & Stenar and Senegalese singer Seydi Mandoza whose voice is heard on Jaam Ak Salam, first track listening.

The album is released in October at Rocket Recordings. The vinyl version of 280 copies is already sold-out.

See the link here: Electrophone


Soundblab get excited about Shit & Shine's new track 'Yeah i'm on Acid'

They say:

Shit & Shine has revealed details of his new album on Rocket Recordings. Bad Vibes will be released November 9th on white/cyan splatter vinyl and limited to just 500 copies worldwide.

You can watch the video for the first track, Yeah I'm on Acid below. A trippy, sampladelic track with a video that features 80s English heavy metal giants Judas Priest and their fans from a US concert.

He'll also be heading out on a European tour to support the release.

02 Nov / Mayhem / Copenhagen
03 Nov / Cafe Haerverk / Oslo
05 Nov / Cafe Central / Brussels
07 Nov / Cafe 12 / Geneva
08 Nov / Secret Location / Lugano
09 Nov / Tabtap / Schaffhausen
10 Nov / Paper Dress Vintage / London

Read the full piece here: Soundblab


Flowers Must Die release Go-Between's cover version

From the band:

Flowers Must Die was asked by the Brazilian blog "The blog that celebrates itself" to do a cover of a Go-Between song for their upcoming compilation. We featured on the Suicide compilation two years ago and have been asked to join a few others in between, but being spread out in three different towns in two different countries doesn´t make it easy to quickly record a new track. But as soon as Jonas got the message, he couldn´t resist as The Go-Betweens are his favourite pop group. 

He chose the track "Your Turn My Turn" from the 1982 album "Send me a Lullaby" because it makes him think of Flower Travelin’ Band for some reason, so it seemed like a good fit for us. It was recorded in Linköping with Jonas, Martin, Sven and Lars over one session and then Lisa added violin from her home and Rickard some saxofone in the background.

Listen and buy the track from here: Bandcamp


Noisey say some words about Shit & Shine's new track 'Yeah i'm on Acid'

They say:

Shit & Shine's new end-of-summer anthem makes a nauseating jam out of samples from 'Heavy Metal Parking Lot'

As another endless summer crawls toward a close with a string of oppressively humid days up and down the east coast of the United States, I find myself prone to despair. It's a familiar mindset in these dog days, in which I am wholly consumed with the impending doom of climate catastrophe and more or less unable to remember a time when i wasn't slicked in a thin-to-moderate layer of sweat. I went to Europe this summer for a few weeks, it turns out it's hot there too.

It's easy to get consumed by these end-of-summer doldrums, and find yourself laying half naked in front of a barely working fan, devoid of all hope. Junk-shop techno tracks, like those constructed of late by the Texas-based producer Shit & Shine for labels like Editions Mego and Diagonal have always made easy bedfellows for this sort of brain-cooking climate. And fortunately, just when I needed it the most, the man born Craig Clouse has re-emerged with a real brain-scrambler called "Yeah I'm on Acid!"...

See the full piece here: Noisey


The Skinny previews Josefin Öhrn at this weekends Manchester Psych Fest

They say:

Josefin Öhrn
Josefin Öhrn is capable of mesmerising much larger venues but the intimacy of a small space at Manchester Psych Fest will no doubt make her performance all the more memorable. With a haunting, trippy vibe radiating from her stage, Öhrn will captivate with her ethereal lyrics and rich vocal range.

Read the full piece here: The Skinny


28 Aug 2018

$hit & $hine announce new album – 'Bad Vibes'

$hit & $hine have announce a new album for Rocket called 'Bad Vibes'. The album is available to preorder on white/cyan splatter vinyl (ltd to 500 copies) on 9 November – you can listen to the first track to be revealed 'Yeah i'm on Acid' above.

See what the Quietus have to say about it here: the Quietus

Preorder the ltd LP here (only 100 via Bandcamp): Bandcamp

Stream here: Spotify

$hit & $hine are hitting Europe for some shows to coincide with the release:

02 Nov / Mayhem / Copenhagen
03 Nov / Cafe Haerverk / Oslo
05 Nov / Cafe Central / Brussels
07 Nov / Cafe 12 / Geneva
08 Nov / Secret Location / Lugano
09 Nov / Tabtap / Schaffhausen
10 Nov / Paper Dress Vintage / London


The press release reads:

$hit & $hine – Bad Vibes
Trapped in a nightmarish psychic landscape midway between the bars of Texas and the bass-bins of Berghain, Shit And Shine are back for the attack, volley-ing forth across the consciousness with a delirious voyage into the nether. ‘Bad Vibes’ is a singularly appropriate moniker for a collection of audial explorations that dauntlessly set off down labyrinthine mind-maps to oblivion, all the while with an Acid-House-style smile plastered on their face. 

The sonic misdemeanors of Craig Clouse have taken on many forms in his thirty-odd-year travails through transgression, moving from London to Texas and back whilst journeying from the grinding noise rock of Crown Roast, through the Am-phetamine Reptile abjection of Hammerhead and the deadbeat riffage of Todd, all the while with a savagery of delivery, an experimental mindset and an off-kilter sense of derangement high on the agenda. 

In retrospect however, all other projects appear little more than a mere warm-up for Shit And Shine, a beast which - over the course of the last fourteen or so years and thirty plus releases on labels as disparate as Riot Season, Editions Mego, Diagonal and Load -  has proven itself capable of morphing into new, terrifying and destructive shapes seemingly of its own volition, in a manner not altogether unlike the alien protagonist of John Carpenter’s The Thing. 

Whilst initially Shit And Shine was a vehicle for bloody-minded multi-percussive rhythmic drive, Faust-style avant-incongruity and brain-curdling noise - as on early gems such as 2005’s ‘Ladybird’ and 2008’s ‘Cherry’ - a move more recently to the realm of binary barbarism and BPMs has only upped the stakes still higher in their quest for absurdity and abandon. ‘Bad Vibes’ - their fourth release for Rocket after 2017’s ‘That’s Enough’, 2015’s ’54 -Synth Brass, 38 - Metal Guitar, 65 - Cathedral’ ,and their earlier ‘Collisions’ split with Gnod (one of many Rocket bands to have been heavily influenced by $n$) is a culmination of everything Clouse has lurched towards thus far. A freewheeling assault on the senses and all or any sensibilities, it infuses the monomaniacal mindset of techno and house with the caligulan mania of The Butthole Surfers, as skeletal techno, sample -strewn collages, kraut-fried repetition and dementoid electronic scree are thrown heedlessly  into a blender with tantalising and terrifying results. 

This is a domicile where the sinister Badalamenti-damaged shuffle of opener ‘Bottle Brush’ is more than comfortable alongside the sunstruck abstract disco fervour of ‘Yeah I’m On Acid’, one whereby pulverising 303-driven piledrivers like ‘Mingler’ and ‘Backstage Passes!’ lock horns with the industrial-tinged murk of the title-track, and one in which the disembodied and sampled voices of a PCP-afflicted 1988 James Brown and the drink-and-drug-slurring protagonists of the seminal ‘Heavy Metal Parking Lot’ can only bellow in horror at the chaos that surrounds. 

Fresh from yet another demolition derby between high trash and the lowest avant-garde, ‘Bad Vibes’ is the sound of the Shit And Shine jalopy rocketing way beyond the speed limit on the lineage of the lysergic. Frankly, you’d better either get on board or get well out of the way. 


Listen to Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Marc Riley session for BBC 6 Music in full


Reverb for Lovers say some words about Goatman

They say:

A member of the world music psycho band Goat embarks on a solo path.

Goatman is part of the Goat group who would like to remain anonymous. On October 12th he will release his solo debut " Rhythms " (Rocket Recordings).

First of all there is the track "Jaam Ak Salam". This is the voice of Senegal singer Seydi Mandoza, who offers whipping vocals. Otherwise, Goatman stays very close to the hypnotic world music psych sound of his main band. Only the brass section has not been heard so by Goat.

See their piece here: Reverb for Lovers


27 Aug 2018

Never Mind the Hype reviews Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation at FC Fest in Eindhoven

They say:

Josefin Öhrn
Via France, Finland, Germany and Amsterdam Australia we have now arrived in Sweden, confirming the international character of the festival and the special versatility. We also see more women on the stages of the Effenaar this festival day. Good business. Especially when we are confronted with the rich atmospheric psychedelics that pour out the Swedes like a warm blanket of relaxing pleasure over the Fuzz Club audience, in which the singing of the frontwoman almost intoxicates into serene excitement. Delicious! Musically it is also a very refreshing actress because of the dynamics of the set and the different genre-pots from which is harvested: from intense reverb-laden melodies, mixed with triphop, subdued and fragile vocal lines to heavy bombast in the apotheosis. Here we will want to see and hear more and feel and listen in the future. Highlight!

Read the full piece here: nmth


Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs join MIEN at Levitation France

Excited to announce that Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs have been announced to be playing Levitation France. They will be sharing the weekends stage with fellow Rocketeers MIEN!

Info and tickets here: Levitation


Rocket Twenty Gallery

Some of you will recognise this video (Part 1) from the footage we played between our bands at the Rocket Twenty Weekender back in March, we thought we’d share it with you.

Which is your favourite sleeve?


24 Aug 2018

Rewind/Fast Forward makes GOATMAN it's track of he day

They say:

Crazed shouting, urgent rhythms, dazzling bursts of brass, fat bass, lively flickers of guitar, heavy African vibes, multiple analog synth solos, ecstatic handclaps, a joyous repetitive, psychedelic groove... If these things appeal to you, give this excellent new track by Goatman a try. The mysterious artist is a member of the incredible Swedish band Goat, and is also signed to the otherworldly Rocket Recordings label. 'Jaam Ak Salam' is taken from a forthcoming album called 'Rhythms'.

See the full piece here: RR/FF


Julie's Haircut 'Postcard from Italy' playlist

From Julie's Haircut's website:

As we're heading off for a new tour in England, while summertime is just beginning to fade, we thought it'd be nice to send you all a postcard from Italy. This is our guide to what's going on in italian music. The good side of it. This will be a liquid Spotify playlist, we'll update it in time with new songs as we encounter them.

Listen here: Spotify

The September tour dates are:

4 – Manchester - Night People
5 – Leicester - The Musician Pub
6 – Brighton - The Hope & Ruin
7 – London - The Shacklewell Arms 
8 – Bristol - The Crofters Rights


21 Aug 2018

Bonnacons of Doom in Paste Magazines 'Best new bands from Liverpool'

They say:

Bonnacons of Doom 
Experimental collective Bonnacons of Doom released their self-titled debut album this summer, and it’s not for those looking for approachable pop songs. Their gorgeous, sinister blend of krautrock, psych, noise rock and hard rock is abrasive but worthwhile once you let it fully seep into your brain.

Read the full piece here: Paste Magazine


Listen to Rough Trade Podcast – Rocket campaign mentions

Rough Trade have done a small piece on our Rocket Campaign in their latest Rough Trade Podcast...they also play a bit of Goat!


20 Aug 2018

Julie's Haircut and Mamuthones play Mosaico Festival

For the second time this year, Julie's Haircut and Mamuthones will share the same stage together!

More info and tickets here: Mosaico Festival


Review, videos and pictures from Bonnacons of Doom's Newcastle show

It says:

Oscar Wilde’s sentiment ‘give a man a mask and he will show you his true face’ suggests we may only be the truest, deepest, version of ourselves when we are either in character or incognito.  From music artists (Bono, Bowie) to anonymous websites to Halloween parties, evidence shows that we may behave ‘out of character’ when our surroundings disguise our need to act in the way we believe we are known for.

Who would we be if there were no consequences?

Mirror-mask-wearing Bonnacons of Doom pose similar questions in a show designed to ask tough, identity-defining, questions.  Who are we and how do we feel when we spend time looking at our own reflections?

Soundtracked by electronic experimentation, loud feedback, and repetitive drone, Doom’s show is emotive and sinister, creating a shocking atmosphere reminiscent of, say, Kubrick’s ‘Eyes wide shut’ or the who’s-behind-the-mask fear of Carpenter’s ‘Halloween’.  This is not a show for the faint-hearted...

See the full piece here: Damien R


17 Aug 2018

Line of the Best Fit give GNOD's Chapel Perilous a 8.5/10 review

They say:

Gnod have never felt more vital than on Chapel Perilous

For those that have been following the band for some time, thinking about Gnod as a static concept is a genuine struggle. Members have dropped in and out, and their progression as a band has been that of constant evolution, mutating from one post-rock/hardcore record to the next.

The Salford act’s release last year, Just Say No The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine, was a genuine feat, highly charged with political fury, and is widely considered their magnum opus. Tracks such as ‘’Stick In The Wheel’’ are standout gems in the Gnod songbook, and the album as a whole was a real signal of their intent.

Chapel Perilous, the Salford quartet’s latest release, is a masterclass in going as direct and disturbing as possible over the course of only five tracks. The name itself comes from a book by Robert Anton Wilson, Cosmic Trigger, referring to a state where the supernatural and the real converge. This meeting of two separate states is clearly reflected in both the recording of the album, comprised during a series of sessions where the band felt free to perform as they wished and so pushed boundaries previously unexplored, as well its haunting outcome...

Read the rest of the review here: helineofbestfit


'rock-station.over' gives Anthroprophh's OMEGAVILLE a 9/10 review

They say:

MY SPRING: I had to go back several times to write the name of the Group correctly and I still can not pronounce it the first time but no matter, only the Music is important and at this level, I I was not disappointed by the Trio from Bristol. "Omegaville" is a real UFO Musical, completely barred and totally crazy, without tail or head but in the end, we become completely addict! Moreover, this Punk Punk salad reminds me of the craziest works of the filmmaker Takashi Miike, "Ichi the Killer" and "Visitor Q", totally inaccessible for the common people but of a formidable intensity if we make the effort (a big effort) to take an interest in the artist!  9/10

BEST TITLE: "Housing Act 1980"

Read it here: rock-station.over


Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation to support Ride

Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation have been announced to support Ride at Sheffield Plug on 31 August.

Tickets can be bought from here: Ride


GNOD and Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation reissues

We have had a lot of emails from people asking us to repress GNOD's Just Say No to the Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine and Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation's second album Mirage. So we listened and we have!

GNOD – Just Say No to the Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine
Red and Black striped vinyl
Ltd to: 500 copies

Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation – Mirage
Green and Purple swirl vinyl + different colour inner sleeves
Ltd to 500 copies

They are available now on our Bandcamp and in all good record shops.


16 Aug 2018

MIEN European and Canadian shows

MIEN are following their jaw-dropping live debut at Austin's Levitation Festival with a string of European live dates:

Fri 21 Sept  / London, UK / Moth Club  Tickets
Sat 22 Sept  / Angers, France / Levitation Festival  Tickets
Mon 24 Sept / Paris, France / Le Cafe de la Danse  Tickets
Tue 25 Sept / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Melkweg  Tickets
27-30 Sept  / Toronto, Canada / Night Owl Festival Tickets

The band have also revealed that they are already working on new music to follow-up this years amazing debut album

You can buy the Ltd edition vinyl or CD of MIEN via the link here or from your local record shop: Bandcamp


15 Aug 2018

Flowers Must Die to play Helsinki Psych Fest

Flowers Must Die are heading to Finland for the first time and are playing Helsinki Psych Fest

Info and tickets can be found here: Helsinki Psych Fest


14 Aug 2018

Rough Trade's Label of the Month – pick up your exclusive RKT20 CD compilation 

We are extremely happy to announce that Rocket Recordings will be Rough Trade's 'Label of the Month' from 15 August until 20 September.

We have compiled a ltd edition CD compilation of unreleased, rare and classic tracks from the Rocket library. This CD compilation called RKT20 will be free with every purchase of a Rocket Recordings release in Rough Trades shops in London, Nottingham, Bristol and New York.

See the full tracklist here: RKT20

To celebrate this we are having a series of instore shows:

7th September 
Bonnacons of Doom
+ Gum Takes Tooth
Rough Trade Nottingham

18th September
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs
+ Anthroprophh
Rough Trade Bristol

20th September 
**Very special guests**
+Teeth of the Sea
+  DJs: Flowers Must Die / Rocket Recordings 
Rough Trade East (London)

And finally, we have pressed-up a ltd run of GOAT's classic album World Music on picture disc, exclusively available in Rough Trade stores during the campaign.

Visit the Rocket Recordings campaign page to get your hands on the World Music Picture disc and the RK20 compilation. Plus read an exclusive interview with Chris and John:

Rocket Recordings 'Label of the Month' Campaign page: Rough Trade


Watch Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs perform new track 'Shockmaster' live in Blank Studio via The Quietus – plus band announces European dates

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs return with a new album 'King of Cowards' on 28 September. Watch footage of the band playing a new album track Shockmaster live in their spiritual home of Blank Studios exclusively now via:

The Quietus

The band are heading out to celebrate the launch of 'King of Cowards with the following European shows: 

18 / UK / Arc Tangent Festival / Compton Martin

11 / PT / Lisbon / Galeria ZDB
12 / PT / Maus / Habitos
13 / PT / Braganca / Vitoria Pub
14 / ES / Oviedo / La Lata de Zinc
15 / ES / Madrid / GetMad Festival
27 / UK / Newcastle / Star & Shadow (Album Launch)
28 / UK / London / Moth Club (Album Launch)

19 / LV / Durbe / Zemlika Festival
25 / UK / Stockton On Tees / Georgian Theatre 
26 / UK / Manchester / Star and Garter
27 / UK / Reading / South Street
30 / UK / Margate / Tom Thum Theatre  
31 / FR / Le Havre / Mc Daid’s

01 / FR / Paris / Olympic Café
02 / FR / Nantes / Soy Festival
03 / BE / Liege / La Zone
04 / DE / Tubingen / Hausbar Münzgasse
06 / NL / Den Haag / Paard
07 / DE / Hamburg / MS Stubnitz
08 / DE / Koln / Museum
09 / NL / Leeuwarden / Asteriks
10 / NL / Eindhoven / Effenaar
22 / UK / Sheffield / Picture House 
23 / UK / Brighton / Hope and Ruin 
24 / UK / Leeds / Temple of Boom 
29 / UK / York / Fulford Arms 
30 / UK / Liverpool / Shipping Forecast

01 / UK / Glasgow / Nice ‘n  Sleazy 

'King of Cowards' is being released on three different versions. You can preorder the ltd 'Green with Envy' version from the bandcamp link below. You will also be able to preorder a ltd 'Pink with Lust' Indie shop exclusive version. And for those who wan't to keep it black, we are doing a ltd ' Black with Wrath' version.

Buy: Bandcamp

Stream: Spotify  Amazon