Tilting by The Leaf Library

Rings of Saturn by The Leaf Library

Monsters by Freschard

Tweet Tweet by Freschard

Freschard - Tweet Tweet from David Lankester on Vimeo.

Shh... by Freschard is coming out on (yellow) vinyl


pre-order Home Cinema by Emma Kupa

Emma Kupa, former Standard Fare front woman, releases her first solo material on wiaiwya in March 2015.

Home Cinema is a mini album; six songs of spritely jangle-folk-indie-country, about family, death, drink problems, holocaust survivors and communism.
Home Cinema is a succinct, catchy and honest record; it feels like Emma is entrusting you with her closest family secrets, but - damn her - she’s putting them to a tune so infectious there’s nothing you can do to keep them to yourself. Home Cinema features six earworms about members of Emma’s family:

“Katie was my grandmothers cousin who I struck up a friendship with and visited before she died; she had very blue eyes. Charlie was my grandad and a handsome Jewish communist. ‘There Will Come A Day’ is about my mum; she is the serious looking twin on the record’s cover. Her mother (on the far left) died when she was 5.”

video for Darren Hayman's May Day

May Day - Darren Hayman from Darren Hayman on Vimeo.

and you can buy your copy of the album here:

Freschard live shows

yep, Clemence has a few shows lined up

JANUARY 10 LILLE, La Peniche
JANUARY 11 AMSTERDAM, Butcher's Tears
JANUARY 15 ROUEN, Les Trois Pieces
JANUARY 16 PARIS, Point Ephemere (+the Wave Pictures + Darren Hayman)
JANUARY 24 NYON, La Parenthese

the January 16th Show is a wiaiwya-7777777 special, and there are some more details here:

the Wave Pictures, Darren Hayman and Freschard

the making of Darren Hayman's Chants for Socialists

oh yes, Darren has made a short film about the making of his new album, out 2nd Feb

it's release day!

it's release day for the new Human Hearts single (that's Franklin Bruno and Jenny Toomey!)

BrooklynVegan says - "the A-side, "Loyal Oppostion," is jazzy with lush strings (shades of early Everything but the Girl), and the B-side, "Distracted," is bouncy indiepop. Jenny, glad to have you back."

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