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Every Night Something Happens

by Lost Crowns

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mirimawr Original, quirky and sticks in your brain like all good insane songs should Favorite track: Sound As Colour.
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Adam Pearson Too many wrong notes? Maybe, but I've heard the alternative and this is much more preferable. In the "Rock In Opposition" tradition, Lost Crowns doesn't afford you the luxury of an obvious chord change. And it's lavishly entertaining! Either the catchiest Avant garde record or the dodgiest pop record you'll hear in 2019. Richard's writing and vocals are superb as always. Since discovering Cardiacs in 2012 and branching out to related acts, I've continued to hear some of the most inventive stuff out there, and this record takes the cake. Perhaps the crown, if it ever turns up. Favorite track: Sound As Colour.
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Grant Irreverently brilliant lyricism complemented by spiritedly dissonant RIO-reminiscent melodies, all bathed in a hypnotic haze of neo-psychedelia. Positively exquisite! Favorite track: She Saved Me.
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    'Every Night Something Happens' on CD, featuring Ashley Jones' superb artwork.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: while the UK government restrictions to combat the Coronavirus pandemic are in place we will not be shipping orders for physical products across the whole store. You may still place orders for CDs - which come with a digitlal download - and we'll send the disc as soon as we can. Apologies for the inconvenience caused.

Debut album from psych-pop supergroup Lost Crowns, featuring Richard Larcombe's music and words performed by a stellar cast from the UK 'weird music' scene.


released January 25, 2019

Nicola Baigent - clarinet, bass clarinet, recorder
Charlie Cawood - bass guitar
Sharron Fortnam - vocals
Keepsie - drums, handbells
Richard Larcombe - lead vocal, guitar, handbells
Rhodri Marsden - piano, harmonium, electric piano, bassoon, saw, harpsichord, vocals
Josh Perl - synthesiser, vocals, handbells

All songs written, arranged and produced by Richard Larcombe
Mixed by Rhodri Marsden
A Larcombe/Marsden production
Mastered by Ron Synovitz at Golden HIVE Studios, Prague


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Lost Crowns London, UK

Piano, harmonium, harpsichord, clarinet, Vox amps, double-kick drums - that kind of stuff.

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