Word just reached me that Meursault (a Scottish favourite of mine) have released two new singles from their long-time home label Song, By Toad records. The electro-folk band from Edinburgh have recruited two new members since i last posted, Pete Harvey (cello) and Phil Quilie (electric guitar) and collaborated with the guest vocals of Dan Willson (of Withered Hand) and Bart Owl from local band eagleowl on the new singles. You can find the original versions on 2008's Pissing on Bonfires/Kissing with Tongues and March's Nothing Broke EP (review).
The two singles contain respective re-recorded versions of William Henry Miller pt.1 & 2 as well as two re-recorded album tracks 'Dirt & The Roots' and 'Few Kind Words' from the last full-length. At request, I've enclosed only A Few Kind Words as the promo mp3, although Dirt & The Roots is a personal favourite of mine by this band. If you haven't listened already, Meursault are one of the most unique folk bands around - I urge you to give them a chance. Download and enjoy, if you haven't already, and bear in mind that if you choose to buy these vinyls, you are purchasing far more than simply the songs - two totally see through, crystal clear vinyl records will arrive at your door. With that in mind, if that doesn't get you buying, i don't know what will.
Meursault - A Few Kind Words (MP3) (from the WHM pt.1 7" single)
Download 'Pissing On Bonfires..' via Amazon mp3
Download The 'Nothing Broke EP' via Amazon mp3
Buy any of the aforementioned albums in their transparent physical format from Song, By Toad records.