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Snapped Ankles

Come Play The Trees (2023 Reissue)

LP - £17.99 | Buy
Come play the trees – Snapped Ankles’ debut album.
Snapped Ankles

Forest Of Your Problems (2021 Repress)

Indies Only Recycled LP + Download - £19.99 | Buy
LP + Download - £17.99 | Buy
Snapped Ankles

Forest Of Your Problems

"the protester edition" - limited indies only 'forest floor' recycled lp + download *** + dinked stores exclusive signed paper bag outer! ** - £19.99 | Buy
The motorik shrublords have lit the woodland up with this wild & careering ode to the forest.
Snapped Ankles

Come Play The Trees

cd - £11.99 | Buy
Exuberant, infectious, abrasive & primal – open your mind to their explorative, free way of life and feel yourself unshackled from yours.

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oozing sun kissed psychedelia from every pore, this album is the perfect soundtrack to the summer, dealing in fuzzy riffs and middle eastern nostalgia.
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Django Django

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adventurous art-rock, perfectly melding metronomy, hot chip & the beta band's dance & pop sensibilities - every track is its own nation of harmonies...
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Incidental Music

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resident exclusive (300 only) red 180g 2lp + exclusive signed & numbered a3 art print + download - £24.99

very limited (400 only) "dinked edition 09" bone colour 180g 2lp in specially printed sleeve + exclusive art print signed & numbered + download - £25.99
‘Incidental Music’ by name only, for this is substantial music conjuring a fraught euphoria.
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American Dream

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2LP + download - £31.99 | Buy
The American Dream may be shattered but thank funk all men are not created equal - for God also created James Murphy.
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  1. Pestisound (Moving Out)
  2. Tailpipe
  3. Letter from Hampi Mountain
  4. Rechargeable
  5. Delivery Van
  6. Three Steps to a Development
  7. Skirmish in the Suburbs
  8. Dial the Rings on a Tree
  9. Drink and Glide
  10. Dream and Formaldehyde

Snapped Ankles

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  • 'dinked edition 06' - Exclusive hand-numbered, gold lp + gold & foiled extra sleeve + sticker + cd (600 only!)

    Released: 1st Mar 2019

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  • black lp + download

    Released: 1st Mar 2019

  • cd

    Released: 1st Mar 2019


another astonishing synth-soaked, beat-driven, ecstatic psych freak-out that will take over your world - their primal motorik rhythms, white noise rushes & post-punk angles are here to pleasure our ears, minds & feet once more.

Number four in our 2017 Albums of the Year, the Londoners prove that the aural onslaught of 'Come Play The Trees' wasn't a one-time party. Now, with their adopted warehouse habitat under constant threat, the woodwose have disguised themselves as sharp-suited property developers in order to infiltrate. The sounds they eke out are as frenzied and unstable as you’d expect. The primal rhythms and forest chants are all present and correct. On the surface it’s hedonistic business as usual – a communal dance for the ages. But there’s a sense of discomfort too. There’s subversion, but it’s not clear who’s subverting who. There’s a message, but it’s often fragmented. Keep dancing. Keep foraging. Perhaps the woodwose are human after all...

“It’s a danceable, destabilised stew of The Pop Group, Kraftwerk, Can and Liars” Uncut 

“Sounds like Mark E Smith fronting a band of malfunctioning dial-up modems” Long Live Vinyl
“House party of an album” Prog
“These unconstructed mischief makers excel when locking electro horns with primal motorik grooves” Mojo
“There aren’t many who can blend high-concept with dance floor-ready jams like Snapped Ankles can” 8/10 Loud & Quiet
“Electro punk warriors” 4/5 The Scotsman 
“A stridently political album that loses neither its sense of humour nor its capacity for bangers” 4/5 The Skinny
“Snapped Ankles, the best live band in the world right now, return with an album full to bursting point with energy, playfulness and a guaranteed contender for album of the year” 9/10 The 405
"This is kinetic sculpture travelling at around 140 BPM, so either move aside or jump on board” The Arts Desk
“It’s a rhythmic, angular number built over a rollicking synth-and-bass sequence wherein vocalist Austin almost sounds like a feral James Murphy” 4/5 DIY
“On the surface this is supremely daft electro punk, but slice into it and you’ll find layer after concentric layer to explore. Stunning for sure” Electronic Sound