Sorry To Disturb You


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Edvard Stein
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Edvard Stein An amazing debut album... the ending track is exceptional Favorite track: So Long.
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janeishly Fantastically varied and energetic album. Cynical, sweet, thoroughly accomplished and utterly wonderful. More, please. Favorite track: Wonderland.
MrG from Witney
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MrG from Witney Clever, layered, derivative but new at the same time. Sounds like a mature band that are worldly wise. Plenty of humour and sonic trickery in there. Why aren’t this band huge.
Dane Pereslete
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Dane Pereslete At turns beautiful, frightening, humorous, angular, majestic or all of them simultaneously. ARMY of MOTHS strive to take you on their journey borne out of confusion and very evidently made with love. Best consumed through ear buds/head phones. Favorite track: Love Sermon 1 & 2.
Louis Jagger
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Louis Jagger You know that cliché about the Velvet Underground? Well, it's truer of Cardiacs. Here, three more of their fifty (or so) fans start a band, and by gum are they giving us the Britpop wig-outs we deserved twenty years ago. Welcome to the canon, ye lampen ones Favorite track: So Long.
Eric Kearns
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Eric Kearns I tell ya. It is chock full of more ideas than you can shake a stick at. Repeat play encouraged by an invisible force from some glorious forested snowy bloomy light otherworld. Sweeping undercurrents take you. Melody chimes and putters about and moves your body whilst the occasional thud on the back from big bangs and chords shocks you back to ground
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    Sorry to Disturb You is the debut racket from them ARMY of MOTHS.
    Made in the corner of the room with primitive things by primitive minds.
    A scrap book of noises and ramblings from their heads and hearts to your ears.
    Made with confusion but meant with love.

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I See You 01:53
Little Moth 03:25
Emily Said 05:44
Jones 04:10
Lament 05:07
D.A.D.A 02:17
Kaleidoscope 04:14
Wonderland 04:40
One Day Soon 05:12
So Long 11:30


Sorry To Disturb You is the debut racket from them ARMY of MOTHS.
Recorded in the corner of the room at the Moth Hovel.
(a room in which they also live their sheltered and simple lives).

While ARMY of MOTHS had pretty much no idea how to go about making this 'thing', they selfishly decided upon cobbling together the songs therein for their own misguided pleasure.
A futile attempt to drag them into the 21st century by using technology was suggested, in order to improve upon their primitive offerings...but was soon abandoned upon realising that none of them had a clue what they were doing.
So, what you find here is a collection of noises they recorded on to a 12 track recording box thing which they left lying around, like a stroppy teenager who refuses to tidy their room.
Only the considerable mastering skills of Mr Stevie Cossar the mastering man, were able to make this collection less unpleasant for YOU the listener.

This is what it is, and we invite you to make of it what you will.
Made with confusion, meant with love.


released October 1, 2018

This scrap book of noises was written, recorded and mixed (if you can call it that) by ARMY of MOTHS.
No one had actually asked them to do this, nor did they choose to stop upon request from their friends and loved ones, when word got out that they were undertaking such a horrid endeavour.
But here it is, the 'thing' that you were warned about.

The lovely Stevie Cossar mastered it, with hands and a heart, while all covered in love and thunder.
No one is sure what 'mastering' actually is, but it is believed that everything sounded twice as bad before he touched it, therefore one must presume gratitude for his input.

The art work was put together by ARMY of MOTHS and Nick Prol in order to convey some sort of visual representation of the noises that your ears cling on to.
Rumour has it that Nick Prol grew wings after this ordeal, much to his surprise and certainly against his will.

That logo thing was designed by ARMY of MOTHS and then made alive by the fantastic Ian Tattersall.

It is inevitable that thanks must be given, and while no praise should realistically be given to ARMY of MOTHS for their selfish indulgences, it is best perhaps that the gratitude should instead be directed towards YOU, the humble and long suffering listener, for your assistance in putting up with their precocious insistence in making this 'thing'.


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