Hello everyone.... Up next on the Eyelids flow chart is a split 7" with one of our favorite bands ----The Woolen Men. It's proving to be another mighty, head caving treat for all!
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Two of Portland’s favorites come together for a double sided blue 7” flexi which has them covering songs by The Clean and The Fall in this limited edition, hand stamped and numbered cardboard box. Includes a download card with 2 additional exclusive tracks, show fliers, and some surprises included. Limited to only 250 copies. When these are gone…they are gone.
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2 SONG SPLIT 7” BLUE DOUBLE SIDED FLEXI W/ HAND STAMPED AND NUMBERED BOX, CURIOS AND DOWNLOAD CARD WITH 2 ADDITIONAL UNRELEASED SONGS
LIMITED EDITION 250 COPIES
AVAILABLE APRIL 22nd 2014
ALL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE AN ADDITIONAL OFF RECORDS RELEASE INCLUDED!
1. Psycho Mafia (the woolen men)
2. Anything Could Happen (eyelids)
3. Life In Hell (the woolen men)
4. Psych #1b (eyelids)
-Following the release of The Woolen Men’s self-titled LP on Woodist Records and Eyelids “Seagulls Into Submission” 7” on Off Records these bands bring their loose and frenetic approach to the proceedings. The Woolen Men scrape Mark E. Smith over the head with their version of The Fall’s “Psycho Mafia” while Eyelids lovingly churn the insides out of The Clean’s classic “Anything Could Happen.” Comes with very special packaging: a clear blue double sided flexi in a hand stamped and numbered box with particles of information, show fliers and a download card with 2 additional unreleased songs from the bands made exclusively for this release. Only 250 copies will be available…when they are gone…they are gone.
The Woolen Men:
“Will give fans of the kind of stripped-down and live-sounding rock Dead Moon and the Wipers cranked out plenty of warm and nostalgic feelings.” ALL MUSIC GUIDE
“It’s hard not to dive in as they play in the dirt.” CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND
“Eyelids delivered a sterling, full-volume set of guitar-spangled power pop, and their debut 7-inch contains more of the same.” PORTLAND MERCURY
“Although the full-length is still in production, their debut single, “Seagulls Into Submission,” showcases that aforementioned levitating quality, with sparkling guitars and aching harmonies that have already earned the band comparisons to power-pop touchstones like Big Star and Teenage Fanclub.” WILLAMETTE WEEK