This one is still in the nest and could be flying to you soon if you want it!
This new pressing of our debut album Source Code, published by the mighty Fruits de Mer Records features a nice inlay designed just for this version. We only have 61 of those for now so if you missed the first batch, don’t wait too much this time.
The few vinyls we found a while back are now all gone and we’re pressing more. 🙂
It seems that our album might have a strange effect on road drivers, so we thought we could help with a Digipak version of the album.
You can get it on https://moongoosecult.bandcamp.com and be finally able to enjoy Source Code tunes in your car or wherever you want.
We found a few more vinyls! 🎉
Keith from Fruit de Mer has found a few leftovers.
We can’t really tell if they’re white or clear unless we open them (probably clear). 🌕
After that it’s all gone with the double gatefold coloured edition. 🌖
We’ll have CDs in a couple weeks and probably a small edition of black vinyl in a single gatefold later. 🌑
Our association with Fruits de Mer Records was meant to be and the story goes beyond our own experience. In a world of random brief digital encounters and fast turnaround, we found out that by a strange twist of fate, geese have been associated with crustaceans (fruits de mer in french) for centuries.
In the middle age, before people knew about birds migration, the common belief was that the Barnacle Goose developed from, well, the Goose Barnacle since they were never seen to nest in Europe.
** It was assumed that the bird were attached to branches before falling in the water. **
The barnacle myth can be dated back to at least the 12th century. The archdeacon of Brecon (15 miles from Hay-on-Wye), Gerald of Wales, claimed to have seen these birds hanging down from pieces of timber, in his Topographia Hiberniae. William Turner accepted the theory, and John Gerard claimed to have seen the birds emerging from their shells.
The myth lasted until the end of 18th Century.
Weird, right? 🤯
It all seems logical then that we would release our debut album through Fruits de Mer Records!
Also, we’ve got CDs and more vinyls (70, black) coming soon!
We had a blast last night for our Release Party.
Photo by the talented Billie Charity
Playing in a Church was amazing. The set was decorated thanks to Lavish Studio masks and oddities.
Val’s gong bath was perfect. (The Table)
Firecrow’s set at the intermission was brilliant!
The place was filled with familiar faces and we made lots of new friends around a few pints after the show.
Dave played on the massive Church’s organ, we had a powerful choir on Knifeless Skinning chanting Sanskrit and Gregorian chants mixed together.
We had a human smoke machine! Thanks Emanation Smith.
We sold the few vinyls we had kept so we are completely sold out this time. 580 pressed and gone.
We’ll share more photos and videos. If you have some share them with us!
Special thanks to our Number one fan Paul Evans who came from Manchester to see the show. And to Juliette and the girls for handling the door.
We’re overwhelmed by the feedback we’ve had on the album and the show. Thank you so much!