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Studio Album, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Showers of blood
2. Walking stick & cat
3. Good looking boy
4. Vaguely disturbed
5. Dinner party
6. Large groups of men
7. Pigeons
8. Hangdog
9. Waterloo teeth
10. I would
11. Westward Ho!

Line-up / Musicians

- Alan Strawbridge / Guitars, Vocals
- Duncan Gammon / Keyboards, Vocals
- Holly McIntosh / Bass, Vocals
-John Fowle / Drums


- Rob Williams / Cello on 10
- Hannah Porter / Violin on 10
- Tom McCarthy / Trumpet on 4

Releases information

Release date: September 30th 2013
Label/Cat No.: Bitter Buttons USR1
Produced by Schnauser and mixed by Alan Strawbridge except 7 & 10 mixed by Gaz Williams & Duncan Gammon.
Sleeve design by James Holland.

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