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Icarus Peel

Icarus PeelData provided by DiscogsIcarus Peel has been leading West-country psych sensations The Honey Pot and writing songs for Crystal Jacqueline for several years. Somehow, he's also found time to record several solo albums including Tea at My Gaffe, Sunflower Army and Sing!!. His first two albums have distinct flavours of their own. Tea at My Gaffe is a collection of mainly shorter, idiosyncratic songs with an obviously English flavour, while Sunflower Army blends a big rock sounds with a more rustic feel.

Released this October, Forget-Me-Not Under Pussy Willow is as bizarre, eccentric and engaging as ever. Indeed, what could be more bizarre and eccentric than a concept album about an undertaker who only buries single people? For that is what Forget-Me-Not Under Pussy Willow is. A good, old-fashioned concept album like they used to make about good (an undertaker) and evil (a gang of villains up from the smoke). It was written as a bet and Peel won. It’s not at all dark, but rather it’s peppered with a light, wry humour which seasons Peel’s hook laden psych pop songs and beautiful ballads. It evokes memories of long agos and times gone by, it’s as English as tuppence and as gentle as the bygone time that inspired it.
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