Indefinite Particles

A 11 track alternative album (37m 50s) — released February 28th 2020 on Gare du Nord Records

A click of Revolver, a breath of Younger Than Yesterday, a whimsy of Syd, the smarts of Robyn Hitchcock and a shimmering of sibling Julian's Fried, all shot through with Joss Cope's unique brand of romantic and questioning post punk psychedelia.

Indefinite Particles is the second in a series of three albums playing with the surreal in everyday life, the things that happen to us, pass through or act upon us, often without being noticed. How a different perspective can bring something previously unseen into focus, how the sublime might simply be the ridiculous if viewed down the wrong end of a microscope. Being a resident of Britain in this year of 2019, it's also about Brexit, climate change, death and lost love, but not in any particular order. Recorded mainly as a live four piece band in Helsinki, the album at its core is four guys playing in one room together. That's the feel. Not a click track in sight.

A superb solo album...if you like the intelligent pastoral Psych of acts such as XTC, Robyn Hitchcock, The Blue Aeroplanes and Stephen Duffy then I can certainly recommend this. - Retroman Blog Previous album review

A riot of jangling guitars, Psych Pop smarts, fuzz freak outs and off the wall psychedelia that, along with more current influences, channels Kevin Ayers and the “Canterbury Scene” possibly more than Syd Barrett and the hip London bands from the Sixties. It’s a wonderful record. - Thee Psychedelicatessen Previous album review

At various times you can expect to hear traces of 70s era Pretty Things, House Of Love, Mock Turtles, early Charlatans, Robyn Hitchcock, Dave Edmunds, XTC, The Eyes, and most obviously (and prominent) Syd Barrett. Controlled with assured maturity throughout, those influences loosely flow between the pastoral, shoegaze, backbeat pop and acid psychedelia. - Monolith Cocktail Previous album review

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