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In October 2017 Michael Head & The Red Elastic Band released an album called "Adiós Señor Pussycat" which reached No 1 in the Independent album charts. Artorius Revisited EP (2013) 12" vinyl, CD (Michael Head & the Red Elastic Band). Velvets In The Dark/Koala Bears (2015) 7" single (Michael Head & the Red Elastic Band). Adios Senor Pussycat (2017) - LP - (Michael Head & the Red Elastic Band).
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Michael Head’s first new release in seven years begins in a very un-Michael Head fashion: 30 seconds of strobing synth loops and brittle programmed beats that makes you wonder if Liverpool’s routinely lost songwriting genius (formerly of Shack and The Pale Fountains) has ‘found himself’ in electronica. Then the exquisite ‘Cadiz’ waltzes into being, and the old equilibrium is restored. If four new songs, plus a couple of instrumental snippets, feels like a meagre reward after such a long absence, you can console yourself with the fact that the songs themselves are pretty much flawless.
6. Daytime Nighttime. 7. Newby Street (Instrumental). Michael Head & The Strands. Tie Me Down - Single. English Electric Lightning - EP. The Wild Swans.
5. Artorius Revisited. Listen to Artorius Revisited in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
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Michael Head's first new album in over 11 years. Beautiful and evocative and recorded in his home-town of Liverpool between March 2016 and June 2017, the album is the culmination of four years of hard work. Equal to his finest moments, Adios Senor Pussycat will undoubtedly only further cement his reputation as one of this generations greatest songwriters. Since a self-imposed hiatus in 2008, Michael Head has been working with a fluid concept of an ever-rotating band format to provide a flexible platform for the range of his new live and recorded works