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Track: The Waterboys – My Wanderings In The Weary Land

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Living legend Billy Bragg will release his tenth studio album ‘The Million Things That Never Happened’ on 8 October 2021 through the Cooking Vinyl label. The record was produced by Romeo Stodart and Dave Izumi at Echo Zoo studio in Eastbourne. All songs are written by Billy Bragg apart from the final song (Ten Mysterious …

HE MAY have entered his sixth decade on this particular rock spinning in space – and don’t even get me started on the passage of time, I mean how can this have happened? – but the good Doctor, Alex Paterson, ambient dub techno genius behind The Orb, is ready to roll with a whole clutch …

Josh Scogin kickstarted ’68 back in 2013, naming the two-man outfit he modestly undersells as “a little rock, a little blues, a little hardcore” after his father’s old Camaro. Joining with percussive Nikko Yamada, the band unleash an array of guitar, bass, drums and keys, and pedals. Like a Delta Blues reimagining of Bleach-era Nirvana …

DEEP space ambient techno overlord Alex Paterson, the good doctor of The Orb himself, has just announced a whole cluster of projects to take us into 2021. Fellow astral travellers: be delighted. Firstly, come May 28th, Alex will be publishing his autobiography, Babble On An’ Ting: Alex Paterson’s Incredible Journey Beyond The Ultraworld With The …

The Waterboys have released the video for ‘Why Should I Love You’ from the critically acclaimed new album Good Luck, Seeker out now via Cooking Vinyl. Read our review here. ‘Why Should I Love You’ is a fantastic cover of a lesser-known Kate Bush song, rearranged and rocked-up in Waterboys style, and illuminated by a romantic video. Mike Scott …

The Scottish genre wandering folk rockers are sharing their next chapter in their music legacy with the release of album – Good Luck, seeker. A romping, roaring collection of tracks displaying all of what this band have become. The singles ‘My Wanderings In The Weary Land’, ‘The Soul Singer’, ‘Low Down In The Broom’ and …

The Waterboys follow the recent release of their current upbeat pop single ‘The Soul Singer’ with the gorgeous arrangement of ‘Low Down In The Broom’. It is accompanied by a mysterious and atmospheric video that reflects its origins as a traditional Scottish folk song. Both songs, along with the dramatic epic ‘My Wanderings In The Weary Land’, give a …

 The Waterboys release their brand new single ‘The Soul Singer’ taken from their new album ‘Good Luck, Seeker’ released on August 21st  via Cooking Vinyl and follow up to last single ‘My Wanderings In The Weary Land’. Aa uptempo infectious Motown inspired jam. Out are the wild strings, infectious lead and driving drums of ‘My Wanderings …

The Psychedelic Furs recently released the fourth single from their upcoming album Made of Rain. Come All Ye Faithful follows previous singles No-One, Don’t Believe and You’ll Be Mine. Like the previous singles, Come O Ye Faithful salivates with the same eerie and ominous pomp of Furs’ hits like Sister Europe, Love My Way and …

The Waterboys, one of the most creative, loved and literate bands of the last four decades, return this summer with their 14th studio album Good Luck, Seeker. The first track to go live is the seven-minute mash-up manifesto ‘My Wanderings In The Weary Land’. Comprising dramatic spoken-word over wild, relentless genre-busting music, ‘My Wanderings In The Weary Land’ …