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+ Limited Indie double LP is limited to just 1000 copies and is pressed on coloured vinyl, one green & one blue.
In the latest of a series of albums that have mirrored the exceptional story of the band itself, Cornershop return with a new album ‘England Is A Garden’ on March 6th 2020 on Ample Play Records. It is an album that strides in an upbeat fashion, to deliver a full listening experience, bringing songs of experience, empire, protest and humour, steeped in the way only Tjinder Singh would come with.
The lead track of the album is ‘No Rock: Save In Roll'. That is to say that there is not one without the other, that rock, for all its focus on death is the saviour of life.
The anvil here is music itself, and a celebration of Tjinder’s birth place - The Black Country, which also gave birth to heavy metal that has gone on to influence the world to dirty rock, whether the streets are lined with pylons or palm trees, the Black Country has allowed us to see things differently.
So the sound here goes back to Englands’ Midlands with two thumbs up to the feeling of hearing heavy metal from the back of a stage, as we all ride on and await the female backing vocals of our song to come in.
“The quintessential 21st century pop group.” - MOJO. “Clever and engaging, happily detached from the mainstream – an admirable way to continue down an improbable career path.” - The Guardian. “Cultural critique you can dance to.” - The Independent.