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Head of Light Entertainment | The English Don't Care

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The English Don't Care

by Head of Light Entertainment

The second album of curious pop from North East England's strangest little band- sweet, sour and grinning like a Cheshire cat
Genre: Pop: Baroque Pop
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1. Edwardian Fog
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2. The Airing Cupboard Fairies
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3. Nip It in the Bud
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4. The English Don't Care
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5. Quietly Relieved
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6. Bathroom Theatre Royal
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7. Spending My Nieces' Inheritance
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8. The Last Case On the Carousel
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9. Vindictive Van Dyke
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10. Ageing Lotharios
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11. Bored With the Past
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12. You're a Funny Act, Sonny
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13. What Must You Think of Me?
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Album Notes
Head Of Light Entertainment are a three piece alt-pop band from North East England. Their first album (I Am Liberated, also available on CD Baby) was essentially a solo work by band leader and songwriter Carl Green, and was championed by BBC6 Music in the UK. After doing the live rounds as a one man band for 3 years, Carl recruited fellow odd-pop lovers Simone Silivistris and John Taylor in August 2011. Since then they have gone on to play bigger and better gigs, record live sessions for their local radio station (BBC Tees), annoy the local authorities, host their own orgies, propose marriage to Ron Mael (he's "thinking about it") and receive coverage in various underground press publications and on-line music blogs. The band's second album, The English Don't Care (released May 2012), is a surreal celebration of Englishness, and twists pop, psychedelia and music hall into a funny little shape best described as "unusual". Or if you prefer, "fantastic"...



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