"Oboes, cellos, Mercury Rev-esque psychedelia, a deft lyrical touch, a tune more gorgeously soothing than a head massage from Helena Christensen and all shot through with spine-tingling slivers of electronica" The Guardian

MAPS deliver their catchy floating space rock with its majestic layered elegance and uplifting melodic hooks... think Spacemen 3/Spiritualized, My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips...

Orkney Islands' based junkyard pop collective HALF COUSIN play a live set of windswept and oddly euphoric tunes that take a folksy shamble along a remote shoreline of the imagination with their shuffle of rustic reggae, drunken accordions, raw angular drum beats and faraway vocals. Think part Tom Waits, part Beck with a hint of Simian and a dash of The Coral all melody and all invention...



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MAPS + HALF COUSIN
Scala
Tuesday 6 March 2007

£12.50 IN ADVANCE
WWW.THEEARLIES.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEEARLIES, WWW.679RECORDINGS.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MAPSMUSIC, WWW.HALFCOUSIN.COM

THE EARLIES promote their eagerly anticipated new
album ‘the Enemy Chorus’ out in the new year on Names/679 with a live
show at the Scala on Tuesday 6 March.

Their live set sees them blend everything from psychedelia, electro,
layered harmonies, a brian wilson esque star quality and electronic
tweaks, that references Mercury Rev, Neu, Spirtiualized and Phil
Spector and much more besides…

“Truly beautiful pop… ‘Eight Miles High” era Byrds trade super-heavy
bong hits with a melodica-toting Augustus Pablo” 10/10 NME

“Oboes, cellos, Mercury Rev-esque psychedelia, a deft lyrical touch, a
tune more gorgeously soothing than a head massage from Helena
Christensen and all shot through with spine-tingling slivers of
electronica” The Guardian

MAPS deliver their catchy floating space rock with its
majestic layered elegance and uplifting melodic hooks… think Spacemen
3/Spiritualized, My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips…

Orkney Islands’ based junkyard pop collective HALF COUSIN play
a live set of windswept and oddly euphoric tunes that take a folksy
shamble along a remote shoreline of the imagination with their shuffle
of rustic reggae, drunken accordions, raw angular drum beats and
faraway vocals. Think part Tom Waits, part Beck with a hint of Simian
and a dash of The Coral all melody and all invention…



THE EARLIES

THE EARLIES

MAPS + HALF COUSIN
Scala
Tuesday 6 March 2007

£12.50 IN ADVANCE
WWW.THEEARLIES.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEEARLIES, WWW.679RECORDINGS.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MAPSMUSIC, WWW.HALFCOUSIN.COM

THE EARLIES promote their eagerly anticipated new
album ‘the Enemy Chorus’ out in the new year on Names/679 with a live
show at the Scala on Tuesday 6 March.

Their live set sees them blend everything from psychedelia, electro,
layered harmonies, a brian wilson esque star quality and electronic
tweaks, that references Mercury Rev, Neu, Spirtiualized and Phil
Spector and much more besides…

“Truly beautiful pop… ‘Eight Miles High” era Byrds trade super-heavy
bong hits with a melodica-toting Augustus Pablo” 10/10 NME

“Oboes, cellos, Mercury Rev-esque psychedelia, a deft lyrical touch, a
tune more gorgeously soothing than a head massage from Helena
Christensen and all shot through with spine-tingling slivers of
electronica” The Guardian

MAPS deliver their catchy floating space rock with its
majestic layered elegance and uplifting melodic hooks… think Spacemen
3/Spiritualized, My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips…

Orkney Islands’ based junkyard pop collective HALF COUSIN play
a live set of windswept and oddly euphoric tunes that take a folksy
shamble along a remote shoreline of the imagination with their shuffle
of rustic reggae, drunken accordions, raw angular drum beats and
faraway vocals. Think part Tom Waits, part Beck with a hint of Simian
and a dash of The Coral all melody and all invention…



THE EARLIES

THE EARLIES

MAPS + HALF COUSIN
Scala
Tuesday 6 March 2007

£12.50 IN ADVANCE
WWW.THEEARLIES.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEEARLIES, WWW.679RECORDINGS.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MAPSMUSIC, WWW.HALFCOUSIN.COM

THE EARLIES promote their eagerly anticipated new
album ‘the Enemy Chorus’ out in the new year on Names/679 with a live
show at the Scala on Tuesday 6 March.

Their live set sees them blend everything from psychedelia, electro,
layered harmonies, a brian wilson esque star quality and electronic
tweaks, that references Mercury Rev, Neu, Spirtiualized and Phil
Spector and much more besides…

“Truly beautiful pop… ‘Eight Miles High” era Byrds trade super-heavy
bong hits with a melodica-toting Augustus Pablo” 10/10 NME

“Oboes, cellos, Mercury Rev-esque psychedelia, a deft lyrical touch, a
tune more gorgeously soothing than a head massage from Helena
Christensen and all shot through with spine-tingling slivers of
electronica” The Guardian

MAPS deliver their catchy floating space rock with its
majestic layered elegance and uplifting melodic hooks… think Spacemen
3/Spiritualized, My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips…

Orkney Islands’ based junkyard pop collective HALF COUSIN play
a live set of windswept and oddly euphoric tunes that take a folksy
shamble along a remote shoreline of the imagination with their shuffle
of rustic reggae, drunken accordions, raw angular drum beats and
faraway vocals. Think part Tom Waits, part Beck with a hint of Simian
and a dash of The Coral all melody and all invention…



THE EARLIES

THE EARLIES

MAPS + HALF COUSIN
Scala
Tuesday 6 March 2007

£12.50 IN ADVANCE
WWW.THEEARLIES.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEEARLIES, WWW.679RECORDINGS.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MAPSMUSIC, WWW.HALFCOUSIN.COM

THE EARLIES promote their eagerly anticipated new
album ‘the Enemy Chorus’ out in the new year on Names/679 with a live
show at the Scala on Tuesday 6 March.

Their live set sees them blend everything from psychedelia, electro,
layered harmonies, a brian wilson esque star quality and electronic
tweaks, that references Mercury Rev, Neu, Spirtiualized and Phil
Spector and much more besides…

“Truly beautiful pop… ‘Eight Miles High” era Byrds trade super-heavy
bong hits with a melodica-toting Augustus Pablo” 10/10 NME

“Oboes, cellos, Mercury Rev-esque psychedelia, a deft lyrical touch, a
tune more gorgeously soothing than a head massage from Helena
Christensen and all shot through with spine-tingling slivers of
electronica” The Guardian

MAPS deliver their catchy floating space rock with its
majestic layered elegance and uplifting melodic hooks… think Spacemen
3/Spiritualized, My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips…

Orkney Islands’ based junkyard pop collective HALF COUSIN play
a live set of windswept and oddly euphoric tunes that take a folksy
shamble along a remote shoreline of the imagination with their shuffle
of rustic reggae, drunken accordions, raw angular drum beats and
faraway vocals. Think part Tom Waits, part Beck with a hint of Simian
and a dash of The Coral all melody and all invention…



THE EARLIES

THE EARLIES

MAPS + HALF COUSIN
Scala
Tuesday 6 March 2007

£12.50 IN ADVANCE
WWW.THEEARLIES.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEEARLIES, WWW.679RECORDINGS.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MAPSMUSIC, WWW.HALFCOUSIN.COM

THE EARLIES promote their eagerly anticipated new
album ‘the Enemy Chorus’ out in the new year on Names/679 with a live
show at the Scala on Tuesday 6 March.

Their live set sees them blend everything from psychedelia, electro,
layered harmonies, a brian wilson esque star quality and electronic
tweaks, that references Mercury Rev, Neu, Spirtiualized and Phil
Spector and much more besides…

“Truly beautiful pop… ‘Eight Miles High” era Byrds trade super-heavy
bong hits with a melodica-toting Augustus Pablo” 10/10 NME

“Oboes, cellos, Mercury Rev-esque psychedelia, a deft lyrical touch, a
tune more gorgeously soothing than a head massage from Helena
Christensen and all shot through with spine-tingling slivers of
electronica” The Guardian

MAPS deliver their catchy floating space rock with its
majestic layered elegance and uplifting melodic hooks… think Spacemen
3/Spiritualized, My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips…

Orkney Islands’ based junkyard pop collective HALF COUSIN play
a live set of windswept and oddly euphoric tunes that take a folksy
shamble along a remote shoreline of the imagination with their shuffle
of rustic reggae, drunken accordions, raw angular drum beats and
faraway vocals. Think part Tom Waits, part Beck with a hint of Simian
and a dash of The Coral all melody and all invention…



THE EARLIES

THE EARLIES

MAPS + HALF COUSIN
Scala
Tuesday 6 March 2007

£12.50 IN ADVANCE
WWW.THEEARLIES.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEEARLIES, WWW.679RECORDINGS.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MAPSMUSIC, WWW.HALFCOUSIN.COM

THE EARLIES promote their eagerly anticipated new
album ‘the Enemy Chorus’ out in the new year on Names/679 with a live
show at the Scala on Tuesday 6 March.

Their live set sees them blend everything from psychedelia, electro,
layered harmonies, a brian wilson esque star quality and electronic
tweaks, that references Mercury Rev, Neu, Spirtiualized and Phil
Spector and much more besides…

“Truly beautiful pop… ‘Eight Miles High” era Byrds trade super-heavy
bong hits with a melodica-toting Augustus Pablo” 10/10 NME

“Oboes, cellos, Mercury Rev-esque psychedelia, a deft lyrical touch, a
tune more gorgeously soothing than a head massage from Helena
Christensen and all shot through with spine-tingling slivers of
electronica” The Guardian

MAPS deliver their catchy floating space rock with its
majestic layered elegance and uplifting melodic hooks… think Spacemen
3/Spiritualized, My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips…

Orkney Islands’ based junkyard pop collective HALF COUSIN play
a live set of windswept and oddly euphoric tunes that take a folksy
shamble along a remote shoreline of the imagination with their shuffle
of rustic reggae, drunken accordions, raw angular drum beats and
faraway vocals. Think part Tom Waits, part Beck with a hint of Simian
and a dash of The Coral all melody and all invention…



THE EARLIES

THE EARLIES

MAPS + HALF COUSIN
Scala
Tuesday 6 March 2007

£12.50 IN ADVANCE
WWW.THEEARLIES.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEEARLIES, WWW.679RECORDINGS.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MAPSMUSIC, WWW.HALFCOUSIN.COM

THE EARLIES promote their eagerly anticipated new
album ‘the Enemy Chorus’ out in the new year on Names/679 with a live
show at the Scala on Tuesday 6 March.

Their live set sees them blend everything from psychedelia, electro,
layered harmonies, a brian wilson esque star quality and electronic
tweaks, that references Mercury Rev, Neu, Spirtiualized and Phil
Spector and much more besides…

“Truly beautiful pop… ‘Eight Miles High” era Byrds trade super-heavy
bong hits with a melodica-toting Augustus Pablo” 10/10 NME

“Oboes, cellos, Mercury Rev-esque psychedelia, a deft lyrical touch, a
tune more gorgeously soothing than a head massage from Helena
Christensen and all shot through with spine-tingling slivers of
electronica” The Guardian

MAPS deliver their catchy floating space rock with its
majestic layered elegance and uplifting melodic hooks… think Spacemen
3/Spiritualized, My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips…

Orkney Islands’ based junkyard pop collective HALF COUSIN play
a live set of windswept and oddly euphoric tunes that take a folksy
shamble along a remote shoreline of the imagination with their shuffle
of rustic reggae, drunken accordions, raw angular drum beats and
faraway vocals. Think part Tom Waits, part Beck with a hint of Simian
and a dash of The Coral all melody and all invention…



THE EARLIES

THE EARLIES

MAPS + HALF COUSIN
Scala
Tuesday 6 March 2007

£12.50 IN ADVANCE
WWW.THEEARLIES.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEEARLIES, WWW.679RECORDINGS.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MAPSMUSIC, WWW.HALFCOUSIN.COM

THE EARLIES promote their eagerly anticipated new
album ‘the Enemy Chorus’ out in the new year on Names/679 with a live
show at the Scala on Tuesday 6 March.

Their live set sees them blend everything from psychedelia, electro,
layered harmonies, a brian wilson esque star quality and electronic
tweaks, that references Mercury Rev, Neu, Spirtiualized and Phil
Spector and much more besides…

“Truly beautiful pop… ‘Eight Miles High” era Byrds trade super-heavy
bong hits with a melodica-toting Augustus Pablo” 10/10 NME

“Oboes, cellos, Mercury Rev-esque psychedelia, a deft lyrical touch, a
tune more gorgeously soothing than a head massage from Helena
Christensen and all shot through with spine-tingling slivers of
electronica” The Guardian

MAPS deliver their catchy floating space rock with its
majestic layered elegance and uplifting melodic hooks… think Spacemen
3/Spiritualized, My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips…

Orkney Islands’ based junkyard pop collective HALF COUSIN play
a live set of windswept and oddly euphoric tunes that take a folksy
shamble along a remote shoreline of the imagination with their shuffle
of rustic reggae, drunken accordions, raw angular drum beats and
faraway vocals. Think part Tom Waits, part Beck with a hint of Simian
and a dash of The Coral all melody and all invention…



THE EARLIES

THE EARLIES

MAPS + HALF COUSIN
Scala
Tuesday 6 March 2007

£12.50 IN ADVANCE
WWW.THEEARLIES.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/THEEARLIES, WWW.679RECORDINGS.COM, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/MAPSMUSIC, WWW.HALFCOUSIN.COM

THE EARLIES promote their eagerly anticipated new
album ‘the Enemy Chorus’ out in the new year on Names/679 with a live
show at the Scala on Tuesday 6 March.

Their live set sees them blend everything from psychedelia, electro,
layered harmonies, a brian wilson esque star quality and electronic
tweaks, that references Mercury Rev, Neu, Spirtiualized and Phil
Spector and much more besides…

“Truly beautiful pop… ‘Eight Miles High” era Byrds trade super-heavy
bong hits with a melodica-toting Augustus Pablo” 10/10 NME

“Oboes, cellos, Mercury Rev-esque psychedelia, a deft lyrical touch, a
tune more gorgeously soothing than a head massage from Helena
Christensen and all shot through with spine-tingling slivers of
electronica” The Guardian

MAPS deliver their catchy floating space rock with its
majestic layered elegance and uplifting melodic hooks… think Spacemen
3/Spiritualized, My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips…

Orkney Islands’ based junkyard pop collective HALF COUSIN play
a live set of windswept and oddly euphoric tunes that take a folksy
shamble along a remote shoreline of the imagination with their shuffle
of rustic reggae, drunken accordions, raw angular drum beats and
faraway vocals. Think part Tom Waits, part Beck with a hint of Simian
and a dash of The Coral all melody and all invention…







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