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Close Lobsters - Post Neo Anti : Arte Povera In The Forest Of Symbols (Late Night From Glasgow / Shelflife) Col LP

Close Lobsters - Post Neo Anti : Arte Povera In The Forest Of Symbols (Late Night From Glasgow / Shelflife) Col LP

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Six years in the making, this is the new album from Close Lobsters. A joint release between Last Night From Glasgow (Glasgow, UK) and Shelflife Records (Oregon, USA), it includes the single “All Compasses Go Wild”. Close Lobsters first came to wider prominence with the track ‘Firestation Towers’ on the NME’s C86 compilation. They signed to Fire Records and released their debut single ‘Going To Heaven To See If It Rains’ in October 1986. They released a second single ‘Never Seen Before’ in April 1987, which strengthened their reputation as one of the leading emerging indie bands. They went on to release two albums: ‘Foxheads Stalk This Land’ was released in 1987 and ‘Headache Rhetoric’ in 1989. Rolling Stone’s review of ‘Foxheads Stalk This Land’ called it “first-rate guitar pop from a top-shelf band. Close Lobsters could have been just another jangle group, but they have a lot more going for them than just chiming Rickenbackers.”

FORMAT: Grey coloured vinyl

Late Night From Glasgow  LNFG33