Everybody – and their dear old mums – likes a nice bit of telly, especially if it’s in black and white, only has one channel, goes off at 10pm and has nicely glowing valves glowing nicely. And everybody loves to be on the telly, waving to their dear old mums. We have brilliant auteur and cineaste, Colin Harrison, to thank for this appearance on the telly by the Psychedelics.
This is us supporting the release of our new album by failing to be all moody and glowering and by playing a song that’s not even on the album. Success guaranteed then…….
As it says in the YouTube publication disclaimer – ‘Warning: this video contains hyperbole, distortions and downright fibs…’
The new Psychedelics album ‘Cosmic Wheels’ is now out and about, pumping flesh, slapping backs and surveying buildings with a polythene protractor of indeterminate age.
It looks like this:
Easy to spot, I think you’ll agree, and readily available (from us) via Discogs right here.
Here’s a segue of four of the tracks; ‘Your Mouth’, ‘Hey Hey’, Everybody’ and ‘Billy Pilgrim’ for your listening pleeezzzure.
You can download the segue for free from Soundcloud.
After a couple of local gigs to bed in some new material, the Psychedelic Raiders next appearance will be at the Hook Norton ‘Music At The Crossroads Festival’ on Saturday, 30th May. We’ll be delivering a 40 minute set of Axeman originals, each garnished with a generous helping of his trademark psychedelic guitar pyrotechnics…….
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A few schnapps from a recent gig;
The technicolour Axeman takes it to the edge again……
Going about their lawful business…..
At the psychedelic coalface…..
The Psychedelics in interstellar mode…..
Freshly minted and up-whafted into the ether!
The Axeman cometh: