Hoping to get it officially verified today – it’s at:
Nice interview and mention in this article about cult bands going massive by Paul Lester:
Click here for the full article!
It’s July the 1st and my new single, How I Love You, is available for download on iTunes, streaming on Spotify and a host of other places.
Please check it out!
Happy hottest day in England everrrrrr!
Here’s the video for my NEW SINGLE I’m Giving Up which stars my awesome friend Mary Macken Allen!
Here’s a screengrab of it ->
Buy your copy now from Golly Jane Records!
Lovely interview with Dan Weiss of Radio.com which you can read by clicking here.
I had a blast chatting with him and, as usual, acted like a total gobshite.
Yaaaay! Above you can see my NEW SINGLE!
It’s called ‘I Wanna Be Your Ex’ and it’s now available for download from
The song is, as ever, about more than one thing. A lot of it is about my frustration with conventional relationships, both sexual and non-sexual and how annoyed I am by the compartmentalisation of feelings expected therein.
It’s also about kissing. And the memory of wrapping one particular person up in a big fluffy towel as she stood naked, wet and beautiful.
Hope you enjoy it! 😀
Egosurfing around Tumblr, I found this in-depth discussion of ‘Your Woman.’
I see quite a bit written about me and that tune so it was lovely to read so many comments that were on the ball and cogent. Even the ones that are a bit factually wrong are internally consistent, a rare thing compared to the average YouTube burbling.
Have a look if you’re fascinated by the minutiae of ’90s music and net culture.
Ah, USENET, I miss you…
This is the last day of this year so it seemed appropriate to stick the last video up from ‘Monopole’ today.
In December 2010, I filmed the first video for ‘Monopole,’ ‘Cut Out My Heart.’
Three years on and I’ve done what I set out to do, make a video for each of the eleven tracks on the album. It’s been a difficult process but I’ve learned loads through taking it on. Which is why I did it, of course.
When I look at the early vids, part of me imagines the better edit I could do now, the more consistent framing or cinematography. But each one was the best I could do at the time and like every album and every song I’ve ever written, I’m proud of them all.
‘Anywhere But Here’ is the last song on ‘Monopole’ as well as being the last to have a video made. I remember recording it one afternoon. I felt like my heart was freezing inside me, this dreadful coldness and weight. I imagined it like a great iceberg, calving into the sea.
So I set up one mic and sang this song. One mic, one take, one track. No autotune, no massaging, no fucking editing. My voice is my voice, my guitar is my guitar.
All I have left is my honesty, I don’t ever now if I even had the truth.
I’m glad this year is coming to an end. I’m hoping 2014 is better.