Thee Invincible Summer are heading back into the studio (under cover of autumn night skies).
Gigs to follow…
The good news. We aren’t going to bother re-recording the demos.
The bad news. The album won’t be available until December 2016.
The good news. It is worth waiting for.
Per ardua ad astra – First album demo’s completed… Provisional track listing as follows…
1. In with the old
2. Cling to me (my melancholy baby)
3. The genuine
4. Is that all you take away?
5. Speed thrills
6. Journey to the Red Centre
7. Jet black daffodils
8. New Atlantis
9. Arcadia Mews
10. Champagne coma
11. The fallen dictators retirement village
12. Shaken and disturbed
13. Why can’t we get drunk every day?
14. Per ardua ad astra
Radio transmission intercepted at 04:00 hours…
“New material in the pipeline. Song titles include ‘From Langney Green to Memphis’, ‘Is that all you take away?’, ‘Speed thrills’, ‘The journey to the red centre’, ‘In with the old, out with the new’, ‘Blood red daffodils’, ‘New Atlantis’, ‘Arcadia Mews’, ‘Champagne coma’, ‘The fallen dictators retirement village’, ‘We are shaken and disturbed’ & the anthemic ‘Why can’t we get drunk every day?’
Footage to posted on The U-Tube soon…. Over”
The very moment Mark Woods delivered the coup de grâce at Trent Bridge and England recovered the Ashes, signalled the call to arms that the members of Thee Invincible Summer had been waiting for. Order had been restored, it was time to put away the scorebook and time to plug in the punkrockelectric guitars!
Thee Invincible Summer are delighted to announce that they will be debuting at ‘Melody, Poetry, Desire’ @ Desire Books in Manly on Saturday 26th September
2015. Be sure not to miss them! Festivities start about 2:00pm.
It is going to be very fuzzy indeed!
Often spoken of, never heard… Until 2015!
Thee Invincible Summer (AKA Thee Stout Brogues) are coming soon.
Stand by your beds!
The news from the reading room in The Gentlemen’s Club (no names, no pack drill) that Thee Invincible Summer (akaThee Stout Brogues) frequent is as follows: Messrs Stamford-Dingley, Lawrence of St James’s and Langney are buzzing with excitement at the prospect of hitting the rehearsal rooms just as soon as the new edition of Wisden has been published.
Whilst eager to unleash their own brand of whimsical pop punk on the adoring masses, they are cogniscent of the fact that some things take priority. As Mr Johnny so eloquently puts it, “As soon as I’ve checked off the Sussex second XI bowling figures, finished the second pot of PG and polished off my hot buttered marmite on toast then straight to work it is”.
So, there it is. Thee Invincible Summer (aka Thee Stout Brogues) will be coming out to play just as soon as they’ve had their tea!
Your loyal reporter
Mr Rusty Parmenter