Mick Head & The Red Elastic band - Modern Sky Ltd Red Vinyl LP
Mick Head & The Red Elastic band - Modern Sky Ltd Red Vinyl LP
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Mick Head & The Red Elastic band - Modern Sky Ltd Red Vinyl LP

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Expected release 27/05/22

Mick Head & The Red Elastic band - Modern Sky Ltd Red Vinyl LP

 

Finding that luck, love and letting things roll works out for him just fine, Michael Head leads his Red Elastic Band into a fresh chapter with optimism and some of the best music of his career, announcing his new, Bill Ryder-Jones-produced album, Dear Scott will be released on Fri 27 May 2022 via Modern Sky UK. Operating as renewed friends, family and fearless communicators in sound, Head also leads close-knit band of brothers out on their first full UK Tour.

Of slipping back into writing and recording in 2021, Head continues: “After being apart for a while, I went for a walk on the beach with the band and it was beautiful, literally and personally. Rehearsals followed and it clicked into place, with one thing leading to the next. It’s very much the ethos we’re working by, keeping things simple, but keeping the momentum. I’d met Bill a few times and he’s a lovely guy. Once we knew he was interested in producing the album we didn’t need to think about it again, it just progressed and became a completely natural thing.”

Dear Scott refers to novelist, F. Scott Fitzgerald, whose debt-ridden, down-and-out years captured the imagination of Head, specifically a postcard Fitzgerald addressed to himself upon checking in at Hollywood’s infamous Golden Age retreat, The Garden Of Allah Hotel. Head explains: “A decade after being the king of the jazz age, Fitzgerald arrived unfashionable and sober, ready to conquer Hollywood.  His agent with a sense of humour booked him into The Garden Of Allah, where writers, movie stars and even Stravinsky sometimes lived. He famously picked up a postcard on checking in and addressed it to himself.”

 

TRACKLISTING:

A1 Kismet

A2 Broken Beauty

A3 The Next Day

A4 Freedom

A5 American Kid

A6 Grace And Eddie

B7 Fluke

B8 Gino And Rico

B9 The Grass

B10 The Ten

B11 Pretty Child

B12 Shirls Ghost