The lead single from the return of Jarvis Cocker and his JARV IS.. mini supergroup's album 'Beyond the Pale' The...
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The lead single from the return of Jarvis Cocker and his JARV IS.. mini supergroup's album 'Beyond the Pale'
The second release on 12" vinyl from Jarvis Cocker since the 'Further Complications' album in 2009. Jarv Is… features the wonderful Serafina Steer (harp, keyboards, vocals), Emma Smith (violin, guitar vocals), Andrew McKinney (bass, vocals), Jason Buckle (synthesiser and electronic treatments) and Adam Betts (drums, percussion, vocals).
Not many copies of this pressed, so don't hang about.
The group formed to play a show at the Sigur Ros “Norður og Niður” festival in Iceland at the very end of 2017, conceived as a way of writing songs in collaboration with an audience.
As the material they were playing was in a state of flux the band decided to record their live shows so that they could monitor how the songs were developing. After an appearance at the Desert Daze festival in California, Geoff Barrow (Portishead, Beak>) suggested that these recordings could be used as the basis for an album. Overdubs and vocals were added at Narcissus Studios in Neasden, London. Post-production work took place at Jason Buckle’s Place du Big Boss studio in Raynes Park, London.
The single artwork features the same design as the previous 'Must I Evolve' single, which proved to be incredibly popular and a real ear-worm.
Sure to be popular with permanently confused house music fans too.