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    CD EP + the digital "You Can't Make Somebody Love You / Of Course I Stole The Train" Double A-Side single.

    Includes unlimited streaming of The Wrong Life via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    January Sale Bundle of the 2011 EP series.

    This bundle includes:
    Jack Hayter - Sucky Tart (CD)
    Broken Shoulder - BROKEN SHOULDERRR (Download)
    Wartgore Hellsnicker - Moderate Rock (CD)
    Paul Hawkins & The Awkward Silences - The Wrong Life (CD)
    Fighting Kites / Broken Shoulder - Split (CD)

    This was a busy (and expensive) year to be an Audio Antihero and here are some of the fruits of our labour. None of these records quite got the sales and recognition they deserved at the time (my fault, presumably) so hopefully this sale will help them reach a few more people.

    The pricing on this is not terribly cost effective so I'd suggest buying them before I do the math.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Broken Shoulderrr via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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about

The Audio Antihero debut for Paul Hawkins & The Awkward Silences. We cheerily present this twisted mess of backwoods Americana and sinister Outsider Pop as the fourth installment in our "2011 Commercial Suicide Series."

This EP now comes bundled with their furious December 2011 digital Double A-Side single "You Can't Make Somebody Love You / Of Course I Stole The Train."

Artwork by Audio Antihero's Benjamin Shaw - www.benjaminshaw.net

Produced by Ian Button (Death In Vegas)

Press:

“Twisted, frustrated, comedic, one thing is for certain, this isn’t pretty, but it damn sure is charming.” – Bearded

“Underground legend...Doing something truly on their own and making the rules up as they go along"– Artrocker

“Clamouring for the position of best British band of the 21st Century – 5/5” – God Is In The TV

“Hawkins' deadpan vocal delivery works to great effect…lyrics are very clever and spot-on…a thoroughly unpleasant listen.” – Drowned In Sound

“Paul Hawkins is the Preacher Man – 8/10.” – The Music Fix

“Rejoice in their individualism, their energy, their off-kilter rock n roll with intruiging lyrics and a captivating presence.” – Huw Stephens, BBC

credits

released 31 July 2011

Artwork by Benjamin Shaw
Produced by Ian Button

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