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Comes in a high quality printed wallet, featuring artwork by artist Neil Slorance. Every order comes with your very own slightly (very) crap drawing, drawn by yours truly. Each one is different! You also get an immediate download of all the tracks on the EP, so you don't have to wait for the postman to hear the tunes you've paid for!
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This is the second EP from Shambles Miller. Features guest backing vocals from Andrew Lindsay and exclusive EP artwork by artist Neil Slorance.
Some nice things people have said, in case you need more convincing:
"Shambles Sails the Clockwork Sea is the second EP in what is becoming an impressive arsenal from Glaswegian songsmith Shambles Miller." - Tonight We Dance, Tomorrow We Cry
“...enough heart to power a small charity.” – Last Year’s Girl
"His brand of witty and articulate folk is compulsive listening with lyrics you can get under the skin of." - The Tidal Wave of Indifference
"With ‘Nu-Folk’ being quite the sound of now, Shambles Miller is offering something a lot more traditional here; guitar, voice, wit and plenty of opinion." - Elliot Halt, Is This Music?
"Shambles' music has an incredible power to it which is in no small part down to his lyrical genius. His ability to chronicle aspects of everyday life he's passionate about is second to none. A Billy Bragg for the blogging generation if you will, and certainly one of my favourite songwriters around at the moment." - Kowalskiy
"The brilliantly named Shambles Miller has picked up the modern day protest song baton from the likes of Billy Bragg and run off with it into a dark of corner of Glasgow." - The 'Spill
"by turns folksy, passionate and surprisingly witty." - It's Bloggerin' Time
released October 22, 2010
Music and Lyrics by Shambles Miller
Produced by Tom McGarrigle
Vocals/Guitar/Ukulele - Shambles Miller
Double Bass - Neil Slorance
Flute - Alice Crook
Backing Vocals - Frank Miller and Andrew Lindsay