Worryingly Okay is a lo-fi album recorded by Adam during a period of semi-isolation having moved away from Glasgow to the north east of Scotland. The majority of the music is performed by Adam and sees a return to the DIY home recording style of Randolph’s Leap’s early releases. The album explores connections to people and places (Hide A Thing, Mull, Television) dances with politics (Geopolitical Blues, Lungs) and even describes the absurdity of a fictional relationship with an optician (Hoping To See). This CD-only release comes with a lyric sheet and a beautiful annotated map of Scotland, illustrated by Peggy-May Chapple, highlighting the stories behind the songs.
Limited edition Randolph’s Leap jigsaw for our new single, Not Thinking. These were originally used as promos for Radio DJs, so we only have a handful of them to sell.
We will also send you a download of the song Not Thinking too!
New 10-song studio album released on 20th May 2016
Cowardly Deeds CD – £10 plus P&P
‘Most Clunky’ live album released for Record Store Day on vinyl + download code. 5 different colour combos available*
Foolishness of Youth
I Can’t Dance To This Music Anymore
Light of the Moon
Recorded live at Portobello Town Hall, 13th December 2014.
Mixed and mastered by Robin Sutherland
*Colours will be chosen at random.
Limited edition Isle of Love tea towel, comes with a postcard featuring a digital download code of remixes by The Cormorant, CARBS, Kill The Waves & Akira.
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I Can’t Dance To This Music screen print t-shirt.
Available in the following sizes: XL, L, M, S.
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1. Unnatural, 2. Foolishness Of Youth, 3. News, 4. Hermit, 5. Gina, 6. Light Of The Moon, 7. Weatherman, 8. Black & Blue, 9. Isle Of Love, 10. Microcosm, 11. Saxophone, 12. Cold, 13. Can’t Dance To This Music Anymore
LOST MAP CAT NO: LAT 00°2 7’5.2014″
THE SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY
* ALBUM OF THE WEEK*
“it feels like the work of a band who have just found their feet and are poised to grow from here.”
“Masters of melody… lo-fi indie-pop gems”
“wordplay-fuelled compendium of lovesick croons, instrumental wrangles, awkward hosannas and gorgeous, longing pop arias”
“Merry silliness… low-key beauty… some of Ross’s finest work”
“The next generation of witty Scottish indie pop”
FOLK RADIO UK
“a thoughtful, funny and uplifting album that deserves a wide audience”
Limited edition Man vs Bear screen print t-shirt.
Design by Kris Ferguson.
Available in the following sizes:
XXL, XL, L, M, S.