MERCHANDISE IS HERE! We’re delighted to officially reveal the band logo and four exclusive, song-influenced designs created in collaboration with the amazing Matt Young of Myohmy Design / Matt Young Design & Illustration and screen-printed or embroidered at the awesome Uninvited in Leicester. Now, in addition to our digital album, CDs, and 12″ double vinyl, we’ve got:

🌙t-shirts (£12 each; S, M, L, XL)
🌙hoodies (£25 each; S, M, L, XL)
🌙beanies (£10 each; one size)
🌙tote bags (£6 each)

which will be for sale at gigs and through Bandcamp (*in-person or private purchases of three items or more result in a glorious 10% discount*).

Please note the “Moon” t-shirt is also available in khaki (not pictured).

We hope you love these as much as we do…check them out below and feel free to send us a private message with any questions or orders.

A last-minute cancellation meant that Jon, Alan, and I were pulled in to perform at the first ever Fresh on the Net Live festival in North London, jointly hosted by Jackson’s Lane Arts Centre and The Boogaloo, and curated and organised by the wonderful Neil March (Fresh on the Net, Trust the Doc, Demerara Records, Environmental Sound Foundation). Here’s BBC Radio 6 Music presenter Tom Robinson to tell you more:

OOOOOOH! Did Tom Robinson just call us “extraordinary”??? Yes, I believe he did!

Neil sums up the event beautifully in his blog post (here), and we were delighted to note in the “Comments” that paulfcook, volunteer-on-the-day and the innovative musician behind gems such as “Blues Man”, cited us as one of his two favourite acts of the festival. Paul also took some cool photos:

And in a bit of post-modernism, here are some other photos courtesy of ExileFM Sunday Brunch presenter Martin Haskell, who recently gave away one of our CDs as a listener prize, travelled all the way up from Kent just to see us, and is pictured with his phone camera above (we’re hoping Elvis would approve):


We’re really pleased to have made it onto Trust The Doc’s, a.k.a. Neil March, latest playlist.  Neil writes, “The Trust The Doc New Music Playlist is a Spotify playlist that is played between the live acts at Demerara Records live events including #VanishingPoint @ The Ivy House. Its purpose is to mix a lesser number of current tracks by established artists with a greater number by the kinds of new and emerging artists written about in Trust The Doc and supported by Fresh on the Net.

I should add that Neil is a staunch supporter of ProjB who reviewed “Same Heart” in T-T-D Edition 27 on 31st May.  We’ll be attending Vanishing Point at The Ivy House as a three-piece on 5th December 2019.

Here is the inspiring playlist for 20th June at Cafe 1001 and 4th July at The Ivy House:

Vanishing Twin: Magician’s Success
Ladytron: Paper Highways
The Happy Somethings: Stuck let go
Callow Youth: Wake up
Young Braves: Sleep if off
Bug Teeth: Moth (Jasmine’s Song)
Hinako Omori: Voyage
Yxungtarzaan: Paradise
Lost Raven: Step Back
Sharon Van Etten: Your Shadow
Courtney Barnett: Everybody here hates you
Cloth: Old Bear
Morning Myth: Heart’s Cry
Hollie Findlay: Late Night Memories
Dream Wife: Hey Heartbreaker
Anna Calvi: As a man
Project Blackbird: Same Heart
Fragile Creatures: Falling
The Hannah Barberas: I like you in blue
Desmerelda: This Time
Wild Horse: LISTEN! Stop messing around
Man Eat GrassL Doggone fool’s paradise
Fistymuffs: Time
Kongo Dia Ntotila: Kongo
Rosie Tee: Chambers
The Dekkkoes: Leaving Jim behind
SUDS: Into May
Foundlings: Caught up on you
Superorganism: Something for your M.I.N.D
Gang of Four: Paper Thin
The Cinematic Orchestra/Roots Manuva: A caged bird/Imitations of Life
Pi Ja Ma: I Oh I

Thank you to TGC Music Reviews for their excellent recent review of the album Endurance.  One notable quote to pull out and place in the display cabinet is “a bit like Enigma, but not sh*t, and fronted by Sade“…but that pithy soundbite isn’t necessarily representative of the tone of the piece.  I’ve tried unsuccessfully to leave an appreciative comment on the blogspot; if I had been able to it would have read something like this: “Thank you for such a genuine and beautiful review.  It’s gratifying that you have listened with ears, mind, and heart, and that what we were trying to do has spoken (or sung) to you.  Feedback like that makes it all worthwhile.”

The future is bright and casts a guitar-shaped shadow.  Welcome, Alan Roberts….