7-inch vinyl reissue, packaged in the original sleeve art by Julian House.
The first in a complete series of Ghost Box re-issues, starts with the 2004 EP Farmer’s Angle by Belbury Poly. The debut release for label co-founder Jim Jupp was joyfully naïve yet oddly sinister electronica. It very much set out Ghost Box’s stall with its strong roots in library music, TV soundtracks, folk and psychedelia.
“…some of the most delightful electronica to arise in Britain since Aphex Twin, the Black Dog and Global Communication.” – Bethan Cole, The Sunday Times
“…electronica rarely comes as intriguing and atmospheric and laden with weirdly unshakable tunes.” – Alexis Petridis, The Guardian
“…Jim Jupp’s past-haunted electronic eccentrics is a beautiful, eerie thing – a piped gateway to false memories of a time when the benevolent nation state commissioned young men to re-score English folk songs with government issue analogue synthesisers.” – Andrew Male, Mojo