Responsible for one of the best psych albums to come out of the UK in the sixties, July went their separate ways and and it took a reissue by Rev-Ola of their self-titled LP to awaken from their transcendental stasis. The reissue went straight to the top of Rev-Ola’s charts, meanwhile the original vinyl LP has been exchanging hands for as much as £2,500.
In 2011 the band played a comeback gig at the Lexington, London, since then they have Headlined at Euroyeye, played a Technicolour Dream set with The Pretty Things and Arthur Brown at Le Beat Bespoke, headlined at the Berlin Beat Explosion and Madrid. and most recently playing to a sell-out crowd at the 100 Club. JULY’s live set covers their Fifty year career from their roots in British R&B, the iconic songs from their ’68 Album inc. 'My Clown' and 'Dandelion Seeds', to tracks from their new highly acclaimed new album “Resurrection’.
A fellow FdM band kindly suggested they get in touch with us regarding a vinyl release - and in no time whatsoever we agreed on a 7" single that comprises an extended version of a song from 'Resurrection' with a demo of the same track.
I can only say it's an honour to be able to release a single by July - and to be associated in some small way with such a legendary band.