We are delighted that Patrick Jones & John Robb will be coming to Spillers to celebrate the release of Renegade Psalms.
The album is astoundingly moving and a much welcome document of our times. We can’t wait to experience it live in Spillers. When events around us become increasingly fraught and unpredictable it is always music, art and words that bring great comfort to the soul, and Renegade Psalms does just this. So please, come and celebrate this fantastic album with us. X
Space will be limited so please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.
“Renegade Psalms” 18 months in the making. The personal is the political. The political has
become personal. Raging words and brooding beats. A sonic document of our times. Jones takes aim at borders , the bedroom tax, the monarchy, Tory dismantling of The Welfare State, greed and austerity whilst celebrating the resilience of the human spirit, love, the power of literature and the growing tide of protest as Robb’s atmospheric soundscapes fill the grooves with a sense of emotional urgency. “Then the world will be for the common people, and the sounds of happiness will reach the deepest springs. Ah! Come! People of every land, how can you not be roused.” The Communist Manifesto 1848. “a cunning concoction of laissez-faire and big brother a meticulous maledicta that sets one against another as Starbucks and Amazon find new ways to fall beneath the radar the most vulnerable, the sick, the poor are targeted by IDS, the moral crusader” Demonise or Die (for Stephanie Bottrill)