Tuesday 3rd December at Banquet Records, 6:00pm
A now-traditional Kingston visit from Beans on Toast, to celebrate the release of his new album The Inevitable Train Wreck.
Taking on more of an old-school rock 'n' roll sound than his usual folk-punk songwriting, but still focusing his classic and witty lyrics on the bleak future of the human race.
Taking inspiration from musical icons such as Chuck Berry and Otis Redding, as well as modern thinkers like Noah Yuval Harari and Greta Thunberg, the album is a collaborative project between Beans and Lewis & Kitty Durham from the much-loved family band, Kitty, Daisy and Lewis. Beans wrote the collection of songs and brought them to Lewis and Kitty, who then rewrote the music behind the lyrics and produced the record in their studio, “Durham Sound Studios”, changing the sound from acoustic folk to the wonderful piece of work we present to you today.
“Life is ridiculous, it is hilarious, it can be dangerous and sometimes even tedious. But it’s resilient and it is beautiful and I believe in it. Long may it continue”
In-store Grade B.
Priority will be given to anyone who orders a copy of The Inevitable Train Wreck from us.
Albums will be posted unless you select 'Collect In Shop' when checking out, tickets are for collection from the shop on the day of the in-store, please bring your order number with you.
Accessible tickets? Info here.
Beans On Toast in the shop - photo by Jez Pennington
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Info correct on: 20/11/2019