Congratulations to H. Hawkline!
We released two albums by H. Hawkline back in 2010/11 so we are delighted to hear the news that he has gone on to be signed by one the the best independent labels in the UK.
To celebrate the announcement H. Hawkline and Heavenly Recordings have put together a compilation of Hawkline’s back catalogue and it is available to download for FREE:
ALSO, we can reveal that Shape Management is born and we will be managing H. Hawkline in this new exciting chapter. Hurrah!
Thank you to Green Man Festival for having us to host a stage. We had a great day and the whole festival was wonderful.
Thanks to Them Squirrels, Threatmantics, Hail! The Planes & Memory Palace for playing.
Can’t wait to host a stage at Green Man Festival this time next week.
We’re taking over the Green Man Rising stage on Sunday 17th & have invited Them Squirrels, Threatmantics, Hail! The Planes and Memory Palace to play.
For more information please see the Green Man Festival site here.
Poster by Emma Daman Thomas.
Ahead of their performance on the Shape stage at Green Man festival, here is a brand new THEM SQUIRRELS track ‘Echo Chant’:
Them Squirrels formed in 2009 and are Al, Harriet, Josh and JT. The band began as JT’s bedroom recording project, as it was when we released the ‘Them Scribbles’ EP. It then morphed into a group endeavour a short time later. Just to give some background on the musical heritage of the players: Al and JT are also in Islet, Harriet used to be in Los Campesinos! and Josh is a member of Outrage.
16 Aug - Greenman Festival
29 Aug - Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff w/ Acid Mothers Temple
Flamingods bring the party to the UK over the next 3 weeks during their ‘Hyperborea’ tour! Check out the dates below.
06 - Nation of Shopkeepers, Leeds
07 - Sticky Mikes, Brighton
08 - Lexington, London
09 - Supernormal Festival, Oxfordshire
13 - Birdcage, Bristol
14 - Oakford Social, Reading
20 - Kraak Gallery, Manchester
21 - 13th Note, Glasgow
22 - Doune The Rabbit Hole Festival
28 - Four Bars, Cardiff
30 - Raw Power Festival, London
"Prepare to be bombarded by bliss"
Read in full here
We dig where they try and pin down the genre of ‘Hyperborea’ and came up with: “tribal folkadelia, ancient jungle, or aboriginal prog”