Tag: Felt

Felt: Forever Breathes The Lonely Word (Cherry Red)

We are dedicating this week to the Creation Records era the wonderful band Felt, whose records were reissued last week. We start with what is easily their masterpiece, a 1986 album that should have been starting point, but unfortunately proved to be their apex. It’s a stunning album that’s as fresh now as it was three decades ago.

Song Of The Day: Felt, “Sunlight Bathed The Golden Glow (Demo)”

Taken from the 1992 Cherry Red release, Primitive Painters.

Song Of The Day/State Of The Union: Go-Kart Mozart, “When You’re Depressed”

The latest single from top pop mastermind Lawrence serves as inspiration and the basis to tell you what’s going on in the world of The Recoup. It’s also one of the best songs about depression I’ve ever heard.

Felt: Crumbling the Antiseptic Beauty (Cherry Red)

British indie band Felt introduced itself to the world in 1982 with Crumbling the Antiseptic Beauty , a brief but impressive album that, although flawed in some ways, proved to be a quite promising debut.