For How Much Longer Do We Tolerate Mass Murder has been nominated as one of the most iconic album artworks of all-time for National Album Day.
+ Check out the exhibition 'Album Artwork Through The Ages: A Celebration of 70 Years of The Album' at the following locations & dates below.
London Waterloo Station: 8th – 21st October
Manchester Piccadilly Station: 22nd October – 5th November
Glasgow Central Station: 6th November – 19th November
Here's a few words from one of the judges Ashli Todd (Spillers Records) on the FHML artwork:
'I can testify as to how much impact the artwork had on me and my appreciation of this album. A long-time customer had been after this album for ages, and its unavailability had given it mythical status here. When it was finally reissued a few years ago, not only did I want to repeatedly blast the album out of the shop stereo (at volume), but also display the fold-out newspaper-style inserts in the shop window for all passers by to see. I wish the album wasn't still as relevant 40 years on from its release... but sadly it is.'
Mark Stewart Announces Definitive Reissue Of Groundbreaking Debut Solo Album ‘Learning To Cope With Cowardice’ + Unreleased Material ‘The Lost Tapes’ on Mute Records
Out 25th January 2019 on double vinyl, double CD and as a limited edition double clear vinyl (with a percentage of the vinyl sales going to the Mercy Ships charity)
Ten stunning tracks of avant-punk funk sound and fury heralding the final instalment of the ‘Creeping Bent Triptych’ after 'The Last Second of Normal Time' (2004) by CC Sager and 'Slack Slack Music' (2009) by Gareth Sager
'Pop Group maverick's masterclass in scruffy apres-punk rock'n'roll...boasts a spiffing OG Caledonian art-punk vibe.' **** MOJO
A special 'Noise Set' performance on Friday 6th July at Lars Rock Fest 2018.
“A multi-layered visual and total physical freakshow created about an exploration of otherland, non heritage and the notion of ‘foreign-ness’ / Total Noise in the current global scenario of division and intolerance, people living on opposite sides of the world but tied unconditionally to each other by their deep friendship and common ancestors, trying to unearth what connects us despite our differences”
Delighted to announce we'll be playing live at Summer Student Festival (Je t'aime) 2018 in Padua, Italy on Friday June 1st alongside the likes of Lust For Youth, MYSS KETA & The Master Musicians of Jajouka