Listen to the album now: http://jakemorley.lnk.to/STALOT There are many platforms to choose from. If I may play waiter for a moment whilst leaning over you to point at the menu, the Bandcamp page is particularly in season for signed CDs and downloads, or if you’re more into streaming I hear Tidal pays better than most. But really I don’t mind at all how you connect with this record.
End of October, something through my letterbox.
It's a beauty. It's precious for what it is, what's on it, and what's in it. (You say 2011, I say summer 2008. I remember seeing the Old Street cow-like bins for the first time. I remember a room with graphs, or maybe newspaper cuttings everywhere on the walls, and that guy who held his guitar not like other people...)
The album stayed untouched for a couple of weeks, not even looking at the song list, waiting for a sisterly Sunday breakfast time so we could discover it together.
In into the CD player it went, and yes, it sounds like you.
A little scream reading there would be a special button song, I probably heard it twice before, 10 years ago... and missed it since then!
The album has been playing quite a few times since. The whole feels new but warm, familiar and comfortable.
As for the previous albums, each song will surely become a favourite at some point. For now, I'm enjoying the strings, the stories, and the campfire.
Loving the tracks Jake, great to hear new music from you :-). Especially like So I had this dream, and quick question if I may. Does my memory serve me right, in that there's a button behind the bar at Bootleggers (or am I making that up?)?
I feel like I have sinned but I have just bought the album via iTunes, I’m old and can’t really understand the Bandcamp thing. Thanks Jake, for the music and the emails
Downloading it for peaceful uninterrupted plane listening! Will pick up.m a CD when I catch you on tour. Congrats Jake!
Congrats on the release! Enjoying it immensely.
I have both Spotify and Tidal and rarely use a CD player these days - however, keen one of my favourite artist makes their fair £12 out of this production. Maybe a strange question in these days, knowing I can listen already, is there a direct PayPal, Patreon or other link where I can do just that?