Split single featuring the first new material in almost two years from two Glasgow bands. Post-folk-rock powerhouse John Knox Sex Club bring a shorter blast than we’re used to in the shape of “Animals”, but it’s no less soaring. Over the Wall bring another slice of their electronic indie pop with “Tell Her I Love Her” which is somehow melancholic and uplifting at the same time.
Available on limited edition 7″ green vinyl and download.
The vinyl features two-colour risographed artwork by Emer Tumilty and comes with a free download of the two songs and another exclusive song from each band.
John Knox Sex Club
“John Knox Sex Club do more or less everything music isn’t really supposed to be doing at the moment, and they do it absolutely brilliantly.” — Song, by Toad
“summoning an assault on the ears that winks at a range of comparisons, from Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds to Dananananaykroyd, but pulls on nothing specific.” —The Scotsman
“creators of wild-eyed cuts that could blow the roof off an airtight presidential bunker” —Drowned in Sound
Over the Wall
“…so much angst, so much heart, so much love in that song” —Ally McRae, Radio 1
“more hooks than a ‘Peter Pan’ casting session … a talent for making complex melodies sound sweet and simple” —Drowned in Sound
“They fuse together traditional folk with electronic samples, Bontempi organs, trumpets and earnest vocals to create perfect intelligent pop songs.” —The Line of Best Fit