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Once and Future Band

Deleted Scenes

Castle Face

Released: 10th April 2020

CD£10.99 Pre-Order Dispatched on or before Friday 10th April 2020
LP - Dinked Edition "beer" colour vinyl£26.99 Pre-Order Dispatched on or before Friday 10th April 2020

Dinked Edition #47
* EXCLUSIVE translucent “beer” coloured vinyl
* EXCLUSIVE FOLDED 12” x 24” poster (folded with LP)
* EXCLUSIVE 3 track flexi-disc
* Numbered sleeve
* Strictly limited edition of 300

Very excited about this one! We are very proud to announce a new full length LP from Oakland’s Once & Future Band - Deleted Scenes

"The space-age songsmiths of Once & Future Band have been ting-tinging away on the truly heavy anvil of hominid perspective and emotion again to bring you this singing scape of songs. Annealing for over a year now, until it was cool enough to hold in your ears, nested in the pinnae, the time has finally come.
Dew drops pop and hiss as they settle on the gliding guitarmonies.
Once & Future Band have outdone themselves this time around, in my opinion. If songs could stop heated exchanges by mere presence, these are the ones, and more needed than ever.
As I tuned in to each new transmission, each step closer to this perfect platter, I had to stop and do nothing else, and merely absorb how wonderful this album is. Each tune exists in the company it was born to live with. There are haunting chorale escorts here...long trains of room warmth...the belting of the machine heart...lofty guitar and bass melange...and just beautifully laid to magnetic tape with a sure hand by the throbbing brains that are Once & Future Band for fans of Roy Wood, Idle Race, ELO, Roxy Music, Head Hunters, Stevie Wonder, Paul McCartney, The Lord Bowie, The Band, and the soundtrack from every movie that ever pierced your cold, cold heart”
- John Dwyer