Thin (I Used to be Bullet Proof) is the next single from Our Man in the Field and is out on 3rd July. Some great reviews so far. https://www.foreverbritishcountry.co.uk/post/first-thoughts-review-thin-by-our-man-in-the-field
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Honey Harper’s ‘Starmaker’ was released today with an in-store show at Rough Trade East. It has had a fantastic response from the press! http://www.brooklynvegan.com/album-reviews-stephen-malkmus-cornershop-honey-harper-luke-haines-peter-buck-p-e-pill-eaters/?fbclid=IwAR3LeabnweE5N1U6M9sBCbV5eytZb4IZZVq-J6FTK9bFN1fazM34Lh7X3C8 https://www.clashmusic.com/reviews/honey-harper-starmaker https://www.newcommute.net/feed/2020/3/6/honey-harper-starmaker https://exclaim.ca/music/article/honey_harper-starmaker https://www.lesinrocks.com/musique/critique-album/starmaker-lalbum-de-country-galactique-dhoney-harper/
I am looking forward to getting out on the road with Our Man in the Field this February. Kicking things off with a showcase at AmericanaFest UK, then heading out to Stroud, Swanage, Cheltenham, Bristol and beyond.. https://www.facebook.com/tours/2441444642760121/
I did a session earlier this year for The Blue Highways at Reservoir Studios. It’s good to see their superb EP ‘He Worked’ making some waves in the Americana world and beyond!
A bustle deep in Ossian Mews. Twin green doors pass smokey belches. Innumerable cheap French lager cans discarded within; a bottle of clear liquid, Serbian, perhaps. Cheesy puffs. Magnetic tape. Arpeggiators. Man with makeshift ultra-violet scanner examines with mischievous glee. …