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KING CREOSOTE “As­tro­naut Meets Ap­ple­man” DOMINO Out Now – Hot on the heels of “Bound Of the Red Deer”, Scot­land’s King Creosote has re­leased his lat­est mas­ter­piece. On As­tro­naut Meets Ap­ple­man, King Creosote is up­set­ting ap­ple carts and deal­ing with the fall­out. He’s howl­ing at plan­ets and comets. He’s at sea and in the dark. He’s ap­prais­ing love and life, the moon, and the stars. His lyrics are tide ta­bles, bag­pipe scores, ze­ros and ones, waves lap­ping on the beach, math­e­mat­ics, tick­ing clocks and the beat of our hearts.

KING CREOSOTE & MICHAEL JOHN­STON “The Bound of the Red Deer” fence

Out Now – Mer­cury-Prize Nom­i­nee King Creosote and Sky­dig­gers’ Michael John­ston have forged a unique mu­si­cal part­ner­ship over the past decade. “The Bound Of The Red Deer” is their ten-song col­lab­o­ra­tive de­but. Recorded in Toronto by Chris Stringer (Tim­ber Tim­bre), “The Bound Of The Red Deer” is a col­lec­tion of heart­felt songs an­chored by acous­tic gui­tar, pi­ano, am­bi­ent tex­tures and an en­dear­ing vo­cal blend of Scot­tish & Cana­dian ac­cents. In­cluded on the al­bum are the ear­li­est songs they wrote to­gether, along­side col­lab­o­ra­tions with Karine Pol­wart and Emma Pol­lock (of the Del­ga­dos), and mu­si­cal con­tri­bu­tions from Texas mu­si­cian Gurf Mor­lix (Lucinda Wil­liams).

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