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A twilight winter walk on Chosen Hill, looking down at the lights on the edge of Gloucester. A taut-strung horizon. Nodding wildflowers lighting dusty spaces. An Old English invocation to the powers of nine herbs, spoken across the echoing breadth of 1000 years.
Bright Hucclecote began with a dreamy drone made by Rebsie playing her Telecaster with a cello bow. One bowed psaltery, an Echorec and several mellotrons later, it turned into a full-on musical recreation of a UFO taking off, complete with a real Anglo-Saxon magical spell.
If you've ever wondered what might have happened if Shirley Collins had wandered into a 1967 Pink Floyd freakout, well ... maybe something like this.
A song based around Marvin's Spanish guitar with luxuriously layered harmony vocals.
Our debut single Ark (b/w Promenading) is a jolly and jangly five and a half minutes of lush psych-pop. Both songs are written by Marvin.
It was also released as an ultra-limited edition 7" vinyl single for those who like their music on a groovy plastic thing with a hole in the middle. We made only 40 copies of this special hand-made limited-edition, with each record cut in real time by an experienced engineer on quality heavyweight vinyl, individually numbered and finished off with a hand-embossed sky-blue and silver sleeve.
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New and unreleased
Down in Yon Forest, also known as the Corpus Christi Carol, is a medieval magical ballad which forms the basis of this wild and shimmering freakout. Beginning with Rebsie's harp and building with layers of bell-like 12-string guitar from Marvin, the effect is dramatic and deeply magical.
This song is a taster track from our forthcoming album, Like A Delicate Psychedelicat.