In the spirit of reference, pieces of art alluded to in the lyrics of this album include works by Tom Sharpe, William Buckland, William Shakespeare, Wilfred Owen, Boris Pilnyak, Jim Pinnells, John Kennedy-Toole, Grant Morrison, Ernest Hemingway and T.S. Eliot, as well as the courtroom scene from Fritz Lang’s ‘M’ and that try, by Gareth Edwards. New Zealand vs Barbarians at Cardiff Arms Park, 27th January 1973.
The live performances of which this album consists were committed to record by Lewis Johns at The Ranch Production House, Southampton on the 29th and 30th August 2015.
Our heartfelt thanks are extended to our nearest and dearest and anyone who has helped us as a band in any way. Special thanks to Lewis Johns, Ben Marks, Sam Phipps, Al Brown, John Mohajer, Yogi, Jamie-Lee Warlow, Kristof Van Den Eede, Stephen Trepak, Phill Short and Alex Leat.