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.
The soundtrack to the Right Light Lines theatre production of The Isle of Love. This compilation CD features a whopping 21 songs from the play, all for the bargain sum of just £5, that’s less than 25p a track!
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”