Comet Gain

If Not Tomorrow / I Was More Of A Mess Then

Tapete

Released: 5th October 2018

7"£6.99 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.


So excited to welcome back one of our favourite bands with a super strong follow up to their Paperback Ghosts masterpiece.

David Feck: "Our last LP "Paperback Ghosts" was a deliberate accident to make a "mood" record of slower, softer, sadder songs – and as anyone will tell you, every band should retaliate to make conflict with their last LP. So the plan was to make a record of short, sharp POP SONGS with one take electric abandon. A mix of Nerves/Monkees/Buzzcocks/Remains nuggets, so we started doing that.

Then the world turned darker and dumber so the songs and words got angrier and fuzzier: a bunch of songs about the losers and desperate and hopeful smiles in the moronic death wish culture grave. Anti-moron and anti-religion and for the fireraisers and troublemakers and daydreamers with nothing in their pockets.

Then after three LPs that all sounded and walked different paths we decided to place each song in an envelope and throw them in the air and catch about 14 of them and make a patchwork LP of all, and that's what we did. Then the lovely people at Tapete came and we handed them this: a bunch of songs we intended to record fast and with feeling, accidents as important as the meant parts, recorded first with James of Ultimate Painting/The Proper Ornaments, then worked and finished by MJ Taylor of the group who has produced our better records with the beat of the broken street in mind.

The first volley from the sessions is the 45 of IF NOT TOMORROW / I WAS MORE OF A MESS THEN - two songs from the initial short pop song LP. Jigsaw messages from a past half remembered and lessons not learnt running with the meteor teen punks and doofus hearted, crazed and aflame and learning nothing and everything. And a song from one of the aforementioned losers, the fucked over majority. The only hope of the future dirt is that the hope the daily magicians carry on their burdened backs and breaking hearts will one day - tomorrow if possible - be rewarded."