TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY
The album 'Tomorrow is another day' was released on 3rd June 2020 and is my third album. There was no CD release but instead virtual CD artwork (see 'album artwork' below).
Some of these tracks ('You can cry now', 'Eliza Candy', 'Invisible Wars', 'Disconnected' and 'Sweet Little Demons') had been written and recorded for some time and were intended to be released as part of a new album back in 2011-2012. However, for many different reasons, I never got around to completing it and the songs just gathered dust on my computer and on Soundcloud.
Because of the Covid 19 lockdown in March 2020, I found myself with plenty of time to work on finishing the older tracks and write some new ones. In addition to the original nine tracks there is an alternative mix of 'The end of your world'.
SLOW MOTION PICTURES
This album was released in 2008 and was available digitally. A very small number of handmade CD copies are out there including some in card-only sleeves - which were an absolute nightmare to make.
Some of the tracks received airplay on quite a wide range of online stations and on BBC 6 Music (Tom Robinson played a couple of tracks including 'Broken').
This version also includes a remix of 'Lost and Found', again featuring Late Lounge presenter Claire Anderson.
'Inside' is actually a reworking of the 1984 Prolog track 'Inside You' but with a new lyric about reincarnation instead of invitro fertilisation.
'Parallel' was released in August 2006. It was available digitally and as a very limited CD issue through my local HMV.
The song 'A stranger in your house' was included on the Toffeetones compilation 'Here we go: The other side of metal beat', a tribute album to original Ultravox! vocalist John Foxx.
'The place to cry' was included on the CD Rom that came with Computer Music magazine in one of its 2007 editions. Claire Anderson (Late Lounge presenter) features on 'This is how you feel'. A few of the tracks had some airplay on online stations and I think 'We fall in love' featured on BBC Introducing. Rather bizarrely, the BBC used a short snippet of 'The Village' over the speeded up end credits of the film 'Dances with Wolves' on a few occasions.
There are two extra tracks compared to the original release: remixes of 'Waiting for Eden' and 'This is how you feel'.