Australian import, limited edition black vinyl featuring full colour sleeve art by Anthony Dolphin.
A tenth and possibly final iteration of paradise in which we learn that hermits are not alone in thinking that they're special. Music imagined along the narrowing path to death for test audience disapproval.
Recorded upon Hillside Bamboo in Dartmouth between the 2nd of August, 2020 and the 21st of May, 2021. Church door and organ recorded at the Church Of The Holy Rood, Ampney Crucis. Speech fragments from Shirley MacLaine, Robert Bresson & Vladimir Nabokov.
You can make your own fanfare for tonsils with six coloured sponges, thirty two elastic bands, eight pieces of white card, eight sheets of Japanese paper, a lamp, a camera, a microphone, a sixteen-track recorder, two human voices, a radical tonsillectomy, drums with felt beaters and sticks, kitchen bowls, wood blocks, a clockwork panda drummer made of tin, shakers, finger cymbals, sleigh bells, a church door, driftwood wind chimes made by Rita Pacheco, a glockenspiel, a mouth harp, a bamboo flute, a plastic c-tuned recorder, a bombarde, a plastic soprano saxophone, a membranophone, an ocarina, a kazoo, an electric guitar with at least five strings, a distortion pedal, a friend who plays the banjo, a rubber band bass & koto, a church organ, a monophonic synthesizer, and a keyboard with synthetic piano, bandoneon, celeste plus pipe, reed and other vital organs.