Tag: The Body As Pleasure

New Video for Marrtalon

If a visual album release is good enough for Qween Bey it’s good enough for us. So here’s our latest release from our debut album The Body As Pleasure (available on stream, download and VINYL). This is Marrtalon:

VIDEO | Up The Street

We had FUN making this video for Up The Street, the latest from our debut album The Body As Pleasure. We filmed it at our home from home Brixton Hill Studios, and they didn’t even ask any awkward questions about what we were doing. As always, you can watch the

The Body As Pleasure

Today sees the release of our debut album, The Body As Pleasure, released on TTWD Records. “The Body As Pleasure is undeniably cool. It strikes a balance between carefully constructed melody and unhinged intensity, proving what Swans and the Jesus Lizard have been telling us all for decades: you don’t


Big thanks to Invisible Oranges who exclusively streamed Olon from our debut album The Body As Pleasure. We’ve now got a video to go along with the track, and you can see it on the YT The standout track “Olon,” streaming exclusively above, features some of bassist Ross Davies’ best

NEW RELEASE | Up The Street

Thank you to everyone that came down to the RSD event at the wonderful Brixton Hill Studios. In the meantime, we’ve released a second track from the album The Body As Pleasure Up The Street can be streamed via NPR  

I’ve got a video!!!

The results of pondering the heat death of the universe & be-dezzaled dance sessions. Our latest video for ITCH 2. Coming up: you can next catch us in person March 31st https://m.ents24.com/birmingham-events/wagon-and-horses/you-dirty-blue/1073872720 We love you all Xxx


The shortest fucking day in the year, because fuck the sun. Here’s our single, In The Middle, released on TTWD Records. The first single from our forthcoming ALBUM The Body as Pleasure, backed by some b-sides recorded with Jen Macro on guitar. You can listen to it on bandcamp and

We made a record…(almost)!!!

Nearly a year after our debut trip to Basement Studio in Wimborne, we returned, this time joined by Ian Ratskilkin, our fantastic fourth corner. Bradley Hemsell at the controls again, wizardry abounding. This man has a lot of cables. And beautiful microphones. Three long days hiding in the darkest depths

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