Beautify Junkyards are announcing their tour dates with this beautiful new video for ‘Sybil’s Dream’, taken from their Ghost Box album The Invisible World of Beautify Junkyards. The film was created by US video artist Keith Rondinelli.
The band are embarking on a series of live dates in Portugal and the UK. They’ll be supported by Sharron Kraus and a DJ set by The Focus Group (Julian House) at the Café Oto gig in London.
23rd September FESTIVAL IMINENTE Lisbon
29th September FESTA DO OUTONO SERRALVES Porto
26th October CAFE OTO London
27th October CAFE OTO London (2pm Matinee)
28th October SHAKESPEARE Sheffield
23th November AVENIDA Aveiro
24th November SALÃO BRAZIL Coimbra
Full details on the band’s Facebook Page
and Live Dates
New Ghost Box T-Shirt, screen printed white logo on “tweed” grey in the Ghost Box shop now.
The Ghost Box black and Amber T-Shirts have also been re-stocked.
Grey and Black
There’s a new Ghost Box T-Shirt in the shop now. Screen printed in amber ink on heavyweight black cotton.
By popular demand we’ve also restocked the Pye Corner Audio, Stasis T-Shirts.
& Re-stocked Pye Corner Audio T-Shirts
The second pressing of Pye Corner Audio’s Stasis LP is available from the Ghost Shop now. Also available on CD and Download.
Also new and exclusive to the shop is a Pye Corner Audio T-Shirt. It’s a two colour print of Julian House’s Stasis album artwork, on heavyweight vintage-orange cotton.
“A somnambulant trip through the cosmic void, Stasis is PCA’s strongest album to date.”
“…from start to finish the standard never once slips, ensuring Stasis is an album in which you can happily lose yourself for hours on end.”
“Rather than make up his own movies, Jenkins is happy to play the movies that are already running in our heads – and we are happy to let him do it. Every track shows the confidence of someone who knows exactly which buttons to push and when.”
Incidentally Pye Corner Audio provide a large part of the soundtrack for the chilling documentary film by Adam Curtis, Hyper Normalisation. Still available to watch at the time of posting here on the BBC iplayer. Essential viewing and maybe more terrifying now than when it was released during the old reality.