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180g lp + download - £22.99 | Buy
A dizzying rollercoaster of flashing synths, pumping motorik beats and thundering psych-rock, this latest version of pond offers so much to splash around in.


2lp - £22.99 | Buy
these aussies bloom into full-blown prog-pop territories on this, their most user-friendly, festival-field-uniting luxury prog-pop opus.

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Butterfly 3001

calypso edition 2lp - £23.99 | Buy
featuring remixes from the likes of the flaming lips, dj shadow, the scientist & peaches, kglw really have called up the biggest names to remix their electr...
Kurt Vile

wakin on a pretty daze

2LP + download - £24.99 | Buy
These aren’t jams - these are songs that glide as they unwind, with a natural charm, unfurling at their own extended & unhurried pace - but not a seco...

Spiders In The Rain

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wand have never sounded more magical than on this live record.


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  1. Constant Picnic
  2. (I’m) Stung
  3. Neon River
  4. So Lo
  5. Black Lung
  6. Sunrise For The Lonely
  7. Elf Bar Blues
  8. Edge of the World Pt. 3
  9. Stars In Silken Sheets
  10. Boys Don’t Crash
  11. O UV Ray
  12. Last Elvis
  13. Elephant Gun
  14. Fell From Grace With The Sea



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  • limited 180g "splatter bee" 2lp + *signed* print (5000 only)

    Released: 21st Jun 2024

  • limited 180g "splatter bee" 2lp (5000 only)

    Released: 21st Jun 2024

  • cd

    Released: 21st Jun 2024


Sun-dripped psych with a sleazy grip on 70's rock 'n' roll that comes bowling out of Perth like a drop-top Cadillac swerving wildly through the desert - let's just say that it's a lot of fun.

On 'Stung!', they gleefully, madly, and wilfully lean into double-LP largesse, tapping the spirit of 'Tusk' and 'Sign ‘O’ the Times' by funnelling 14 songs into the most unfettered and splendid hour of their recording career. 'Stung!' delivers some of Pond’s most glorious rock songs ever and also some of their least rock moments, all psychedelic drapery or funk vim. In that epic, as in 'Stung!' at large, Allbrook speaks to our collective modern paradox of being disappointed in or even disconsolate over a world that we know more about than any prior generation but also being in awe of it and (sometimes) each other, too. There are so many reasons to cry and so many reasons to marvel. Can’t they all, Pond suggests with 'Stung!', be reasons to sing?