A tape of a 1980 Exploding Hamsters gig in Pentney has turned up. One track, Burn The Norcat Down, is featured on our Exploding Hamsters Page.
Dear Eighties radio stations, not all of us want 24 hour Wham. (Rob does)
Do a War Dance.
One of Rob's favourite local bands is Magoo. Rob's favourite Magoo song is Pink Dust.
So we had to have a go at it.....
Its time to go Full Santa.
Step 1 - Here is our new track, Last Christmas, featuring Pete Abbott.
Step 2 - Spend Christmas with the Sea Cadets
(Well, play the rest of their Christmas songs anyway....)
It would be fair to say that the Sea Cadets are more fond of cake than a salad.
This new track - 'Billy in Bunbury' uses a 1925 Advertising poem by Ruth Plumly Thompson for the Royal Baking Powder Company over the usual nautical post punk shenanigans. Narrated by Patti Cunningham, the song tells the story of Billy, who wont eat.
Our new album is called 'Live at the Apollo', we are releasing it on CD (remember those ?) shortly, but, if you're extra eager, a 4 minute sampler of it can be seen here on Youtube...
We wont be placing it on Spotify (see earlier posts) but the album in its entirety can be streamed on Soundcloud here
Our 'Best of' Spotify playlist. Sadly, it now appears that Spotify support and encourage alt-right views and still pay bands a pittance so we have stopped the automatic renewal of our songs on their platform. We do fk all business on there anyway (1000x as many streams on Soundcloud for instance) but wanted to wash our hands of it now.