“Defenestrate all other albums, debase all other bands! The glitter gloved, Easterhouse's answer to Jim Morrison, strikes again!
A co-operative 'Devil Shake Records' and 'NHC' release, a masterpiece in it's own right, 'Forever', and it's oral Opiat potency, has even Jeff Lynne identifying as Jennifer in order to bed the beast that is, 'The Big Nowhere'. My metaphorical musical taste buds have been ripped from my mouth and fucked smack in front of my face.
As is to be expected, and when speaking from experience and having blistered my way through the gifted hard copies of both the debut 'Pull Down The Moon', and second release 'Don't Burn The Fortune', the band reign down and reign in, leaving you as comfortably confused as a nowhere cunt with an Oedipal complex.
This album is the only soundtrack for any, and all, 'Henry Miller' film screen adaptions.
Oh, and Liberace's boyfriend is a wanker."
released December 1, 2018
Simon Sinclair (vocals, guitar, percussion)
Billy Crowe (vocals, guitar, percussion)
Terry Nelson (bass, vocals, synth, organ)
Joe Keegan (piano)
DP Johnson (drums, percussion)
Helen Mitchell (vocals, trumpet)
John McCann (saxophone)
All songs written by Simon Sinclair & Billy Crowe
Engineered by DP Johnson, Count Yorgo, Simon Sinclair & Terry Nelson at The Audio Lounge, The Cottage and various locations
Horn arrangements track 1, 3-7, & 9-10 by John McCann; track 8 by Helen Mitchell
Mixed and produced by DP Johnson, Simon Sinclair, Terry Nelson & Billy Crowe at The Audio Lounge
Mastered by Andy Isacsson at Boom Room Productions
The Big Nowhere have been performing with the likes of Justin Townes Earle, First Aid Kit, Kat Men, Juanita Stein, Chastity
Brown and legend Hank Wangford.
‘To The End Of The World’ from their ‘Christmas In The Gutter’ EP was used as the title music for short film ‘Jerry Generic : Modern Comedian’, & was chosen as the final track played on Tom Robinson’s BBC6 radio show....more