Tuesday, 24 June 2014

The Suburban Homes - The Suburban Home E.P MSR-05

The fifth 45rpm single on Market Square comes from the primordial cesspit which is Crawley, West Sussex UK

The Suburban Homes, sick to death with their lot in life, decided one day to record a few songs, they were so bored but it turned out to be a somewhat fun process and did indeed brake up the Monday to Friday existence they all hated, the songs were recorded in a few hours and  thus Market Square are proud to be releasing the angst-ridden neurosis which is The Suburban Home E.P.

The title track 'Suburban Home' kicks off  the proceedings with true snotty bombast, picking out all the faults with middle class living, age is of no concern for "The Homes", in this track, no-one is safe, they despise your kids, your grandparents and even your dog.

The flip-side, kicks off with Pseudo-Intellectuals, which was written after the boys had returned from a trip to London, London seemed an even more idiotic place than Crawley, so with that in mind, they picked up their guitars, played three chords and simply tell it as it is. 
The E.P is rounded off with the lacklustre theme for doing-it-yourself, the rather originally titled D.I.Y, sings the praises of  individual creativity  "its easier than 123, its easier than ABC " they yell, however, how many people are actually listening?? 

The Suburban Homes take DIY punk to its next original conclusion and thus have most likely created one of the truly last punk moments in UK music.

Recorded in Cheriton Kent  June 2014                                             RELEASED - 25th August 2014

The Suburban Home E.P  is limited to 300 copies, housed in a photocopied fold-over sleeve in three colours (white, blue and yellow)  within also contains an insert and a slice of 1970s medicated toilet paper (for listeners who may have a nosebleed or soil themselves.)

Available Here -   www.marketsquarerecordings.bandcamp.com (on release date)  
PLUS… a handful of  other outlets worldwide such as....

Florida's Dying  (US)

Mutant Records (France)
Rough Trade
13O'Clock Records  (US)
Normans Records
State Records via Ebay
Crocodile Records 
Clearspot  (Netherlands)  


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