disquieting ALT POP for the socially conscious
new release – blood wolf moon
the third single off our forthcoming album, archipelago, blood wolf moon is a contemporary take on european werewolf folklore, channeling influences from european pop and dance music.
this is the second song off our forthcoming album, archipelago. it expresses hope for human contact through the vehicle of dance and music in a synthy poppy groovy disco-y fashion.
a whole year since our last release (entirely due to the pandemic), we’re delighted to bring you ‘afterlife’ via last night from glasgow, an electro-poppy number about a light-hearted and playful contemplation of a life after death.
get it here on bandcamp
stream it here on your service of choice
the third single from our debut album is ‘fear for my child’, available via last night from glasgow on all the usual platforms. b-side ‘survivor (with scars)’ is available from our bandcamp page
due to covid-19, there’s no video with adam stafford this time, but there are plans to work together again at some point in the post-covid future
our second single, ‘sun dance’ is out now
available on limited edition blue-sky cassette (with b-side, ‘a sunny disposition’) and download from our bandcamp page
also available to stream from the usual platforms
we worked with adam stafford again on the video – check it out below
well worth your attention . . . vulture party are one to watchscots whay hae
stunning new musicrazur cuts magazine
beautiful songs, lyrics and vibeslisa may young, radio presenter, k107fm
ones to watch, for sureis this music?
summer shows (hopefully) coming soon.
reach out to the vulture party
the response to our debut single, new humans, has been beak-warming. the track has been aired on radio wigwam, cumbernauld fm, lp radio, radio matlock, lonely oak radio, k107 fm, regal radio, camglen radio (daytime playlist no less), and stirling city radio.
we’ve also received reviews by scots whay hae, is this music? and the write angle, were featured as video of the week on jockrock, song of the week on manic pop thrills and included on up and coming edinburgh’s playlist (with no-one gets persecuted in space).
in the lead up to the end of the decade, ‘new humans’ was listed as one of scots whay hae’s tracks of the year.
praise for ‘new humans’:
marries ominous synths and electronic beats with haunting vocals and organic instrumental melodiesmanic pop thrills
gets right to the core of electronic musicthe write angle
numan-esquefrancis mcfaul, former guitarist with cliff richard