We didn’t want to go to bed without saying goodnight. So this is to let you know that we are making a new album over the coming months. The songs are sounding like big round things you can jump on. So, night night, sleep well and we’ll see you in the morning. Love.
A short film by the Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami. See? Simple.
You too? No way!!!
Wotcha. We’re playing at 8.30pm this Tuesday, November 18, at the Hoxton Underbelly, supporting Ball Park Music. This video had been watched 436,675 times when I uploaded it, and if that doesn’t impress you, just look at that jumper. The song is called Surrender, which is what we do any time we see a human in denim. What? You too?
Ball Park Music is from Brisbane. That’s more than 10,000 miles from London, as the crow flies (not that any sensible crow ever would). We’d love you to travel a couple or whatever and see us. X
This is Jonjo. Eight years ago, he was diagnosed with leukaemia, at the age of 23. In Britain, fewer than half the people diagnosed with the disease survive it, but Jonjo did, thanks in part to a man who lives in Hamelin, north Germany. Over the next few days, Jonjo is cycling 500 miles to meet that man, and to say “thanks for donating your bone marrow”.
Instead of scratching his backside, which is all I do most days, Jonjo got off it and set up a charity, called Bpositive, which you can read about here. If you can spare it, you can donate a few pounds to the three blood-cancer charities associated with this charity ride simply by sending a text (send “Bpositive £XX” to 70070 – XX is the amount you wish to donate). We would. X
You all right? Yeah? Good. No? One sandwich at a time, our kid. Anyways, our record is out, and if you can’t find it anywhere else, you can find it here.
We love you as much as chimpanzees love football. So we’re coming back to see you this Saturday for the Lothringair festival, in Germany’s belly button – that’s Aachen, pub-quiz fans. I’ll be wearing the same trousers that I wore there last year, because, shit, it’s 2014, the flowers are coming, I might win the lottery one day and I really like this pair of trousers. Also on the bill are Carlson, who we love more than the moon loves the sea. Check them out here. See you on Saturday. Ours is a double gin and cider X