Sunday, 5 June 2016

Wearable Art

The T-Shirt has landed:
Get yours here via bandcamp
205gsm unigender T-shirt with centre chest print of the Natalie Paddick  'Bunny' design. We've worked with Natalie before on video production using her stills in the video for Shut All The Clubs and also Checkered Land, her images compliment The Speed Of Sound's music and her 'Alice Through The Clockwork Orange' series of photographs are simply inspired, a perfect match.

The vibrant pink and yellow in this design creates a shockingly bright and eye-catching motif, while the vapour trails in the band logo to either side twist and perform aerobatic turns when worn with a loose fitting size. A design reminiscent of (but more brutal than) Andy Warhol's screen prints. Natalie has prints of her other work on sale via Lenswall and also at SaatchiArt online. Find her here
Much more than a band t-shirt, this is wearable art.

It's a heavy weight t-shirt which makes it more durable and hard wearing than the standard lighter weight garments. Other features include a taped neck and twin needle stitching for neatness and strength.
S = to fit chest 35-37 inches
M = to fit chest 38-40 inches
L = to fit chest 41-43 inches
XL = to fit chest 44-46 inches
(overall product size tolerance = +/-2.5cm, chest size measured under armpits)
One piece cotton/Lycra neck for improved shape retention
Shirt Fabric 100% Cotton.
Fabric Weight: 205 gsm.

Postage is worldwide and trackable 'signed for' delivery.
If its in stock we'll send it out within five days (often sooner) if not we'll have to order specially which will take a little longer and we'll keep you advised of expected delivery.
Washing instructions:
Wash at 30ยบ celsius with garment inside out
Do not bleach
Do not tumble dry
Cool iron on reverse side of garment
Never iron over the print
And you get a free download of English Electric Lightning F6 when bought through bandcamp. Fantastic.

More of the new

The hottest day of the year started with a four and a half hour rehearsal, working on some more new ones to pepper the set with on 2nd July at The Klondyke club and refreshing some we've not played for a while.

And, big thanks to Raul for sitting in when Paul wasn't able to drum with us at the private booking on 28th a year since his last gig with us and no rehearsal... its just as well we like to improvise. Experimentation is growth.