Fleeing from Pigeons Records

A record label and blog from the same idiot that gave you Bearded Magazine

New PWL record out today

Pagan Wanderer Lu’s new album is out today, this is what the man himself has to say about it:

My new album, which is called Fight My Battles For Me, has been released digitally today. For some reason all the MP3 stores are calling it Fight My Battle For Me. Such is life.

Anyway if you want to splash out on shiny new mp3 versions with erroneous titles go to these places:

eMusic (by subscription – although you can get it free by using this link)

Existing subscribers can get it through this link

Amazon £4.99

It’s also on iTunes for £7.99 – I think it’s on the non-DRM version.

Maybe the wrongly titled versions will become collectors items in years to come. Like when the Manics released ‘If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next’ and there were about 150 copies printed with the word ‘Then’ wrongly dropped in the middle of the title. They now sell for hundreds of pounds. Fuck knows why.

Anyway, don’t forget you can already buy FMBFM on CD from my website or from Brainlove.
The CD will be in your local record shop on May 25th via Cargo.

The 15 Films project has now reached 10 films.
I would draw your particular attention to number 11, a really ace live in the studio version of England Expects found here:

Something very exciting and interesting coming up on the blog later this week. Stay tuned.

You can download our PWL release Make Archive (2001-2005) by clicking here.


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