Can't help but be impressed with how expensive it sounds, think it's sheen might wear off quickly though. Ignoring the singles, I love Number One and the final minute of The Queen's Nose is incredible.
I've been waiting for her solo stuff since she began talking about it, glad she seems to be getting involved in lots of different projects too, featuring on new Django Django, Moonlandingz, Daniel Woolhouse, etc. I like it but I wish I loved it.
Also perched for Charles' upcoming solo stuff too, and that The Surfing Magazines project.
First off, in blimey/sadness news, there's apparently a doco about the splitting of Slow Club:
Which looks to be a bit brutal, all in. Love a bit of Slow Club, but it did seem on the last two albums they were going in separate directions: Charles leaning into softly sung guitar, Rebecca reaching for soul belters, the knot in the rope tied between them falling somewhere around Fleetwood Mac.
But! They're both solo'd off now, albums and gigs.
And I just got back from Self Esteem LIVE. Rebecca brought bops.