We're absolutely delighted to announce our FIRST EVER PHYSICAL RELEASE!
You can buy Money Can Be Exchanged for Goods and Services on the Last Night from Glasgow shop. You can buy the CD for £6 or with a ticket to the SUNEATERS single launch at Sneaky Pete's on the 11th of March for £10.
It's an EP of our pre-LNfG songs that will not be appearing on our upcoming album.
1. SOUTHERN REACH
This is a noisy, dense, synth-driven instrumental inspired by Jeff Vandermeer's trilogy of the same name. Imagine strange biologies creeping over a still marsh to the sound of crushing synths and crashing beats. We often play this as the opener to our live shows.
2. FILL YOUR HEADS WITH STATIC
A firm live favourite, FYHWS is about a cyborg girl entering a small Scottish village to incite a revolution. Retro-futuristic synths build over a complex beat to a dramatic climax.
3. BROTHER MARS
This was the first song we recorded at Homegrown Studios in Larbert. It's a gentle, ethereal song that imagines what the first song written by Mars settlers might sound like. Subtle synths and acoustic guitar propel Lily's ethereal, harmonised vocals.
4. BROTHER MARS (NEW LANDS REMIX)
A mad synthy remix of Brother Mars. A bitcrushed beat mingles with arpeggiated synths and Lily's slightly mangled vocals to provide a new take on what Martian music might sound like.
This is a noisy, cinematic instrumental about fake news, propaganda, and the creeping rise of all things unpleasant. A thudding beat constitutes the spine of the song while layer upon layer of vintage vocal samples and heavily distorted synths build to a noisy, wall of noise climax.