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Today is the day!
The new pressings have arrived and it feels like Spring already!
– Source Code (Fruits de Mer Records, 2019, 2xLP, turquoise, x250)
– The Wax Monster Lives Behind the First Row of Trees (Fruits de Mer Records, 2020, 1xLP, transparent blue, x200)
We’ll very soon send all the pre-orders for both vinyls and they will be accompanied by a piece of the “Sibley Investigation” (an interactive multiplayer investigation you can be a part of to try and unveil the mysteries surrounding the South Popular Guy and The Wax Monster)(more on that very soon)
Thanks to all those who pre-ordered for your patience! We still have plenty of both (for once!) So you can still order now while it lasts. 😊
Stay safe and cosy! (Who needs to travel when you have a good sound system anyway?)
We’re super pleased with the feedback we’ve had for the Wax Monster. We only have a handful of the limited edition Orange Vinyls available (and plenty of CDs). We’re going for another pressing soon but might some t-shirts before that. Until then, here is a video for your enjoyment. Edible Druid is a weird track from our latest release The Wax Monster Lives Behind The First Row Of Trees.
Turn off the light, draw the curtains, go fullscreen and enjoy! 🍿
We’re down to only a handful of Vinyl for the new EP, thank you all! And we’ve already started taking orders for the CD version, thanks for that too!
To celebrate, here is a new video for 10.000 đồng, a new song from our latest EP The Wax Monster Lives Behind the First Row of Trees.
And for the first time ever, we actually appear in one of our videos. It’s been shot in AR Studios when we recorded the track a long time ago.
If you pay attention closely you’ll hear right by the end the moment Dave actually christened the track on the spot.
Also watch for the little ghost after 2mn 👻
Behold! Here is the new video for the opening track Shiny Man, of our upcoming EP The Wax Monster Lives Behind the First Row of Trees, to be released on 15th September and available to preorder on Bandcamp.
Warning: Younger members of our audience have been heard saying that it was creepy, too creepy to watch actually.