Curvey and the band have put together a four-track ep for us, comprising two Luck of Eden Hall originals plus two covers of classy and classic 60s US psychedelia. The Luck of Eden Hall have a new CD out right now - 'Butterfly Revolutions Volume 1' - check it out, it oozes quality - and FdM fans have already heard their brilliant interpretations of tracks by Pink Floyd and The Monkees (stand-out tracks on our 'Phase' and 'Roqueting' LPs).
Their Fruits de Mer release - 7" colour vinyl, naturally - will comprise two new LOEH compositions plus two 60's psuch covers. The 60s covers are:
'She Comes In Colours' (originally by Love)
'Never My Love' (originally by The Association)
...here's a video featuring just a couple of minutes from 'Never My Love', one or the LOEH covers on the ep...
SORRY, we sold out of this one within a few days, but try emailing Andy firstname.lastname@example.org and he'll do his best to track a copy down for you
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