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Man & The Echo
Men Of The Moment

Produced by The 2 Bears’ Raf Rundell, Men of the Moment is the second studio album from Warrington-based indie-pop act Man & The Echo. Examining populism and the state of the country in 2019 but avoiding the pitfalls of cliche, it juxtaposes upbeat textures with tales of struggle and desperation. The press release mentions Brexit and Trump.
  • Vinyl LP (SNN2LPX)
  • Preorder now (ships on release)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

Man & The Echo
A Capable Man / White Culture

Man & The Echo have done the decent thing and commissioned twitter gem Cold War Steve to produce the artwork for the sleeve of their 7”. Finally. On the vinyl itself we find similar quality and incisive critique, with A Capable Man digging into the nonsense of masculinity. With Raf Rundell of The 2 Bears producing, the standard is high. Singline on Still Nil Nil Records.

Man & The Echo
Man & The Echo

Warrington born four-piece Man & The Echo are so named after a poem by W.B. Yeats. This is unsurprising, as their self-titled debut has poetry and lyrical philosophy to boot, all delivered in a sincere north-western accent. Warmly reminiscent of some of the earlier pioneers of the genre (think Pulp/The Smiths), Man & The Echo is 11 tracks of down-to-earth, catchy and charming indie-pop. Released as Vinyl LP and CD on 1965 records.

Man & The Echo
Vile As You Want

Man & The Echo make an acerbic and witty indie pop crammed with organs and jangly guitar riffs. On Vile as You Want, released by 1965 records on vinyl 7”, the four-piece skewer the ridiculousness of modern life over a background of 60s-inspired pop-rock. Beneath those charming melodies lies a sharp political wit.

Man & The Echo

Warrington wailers Man & The Echo deliver a jiving seven inch on James Endeacott’s 1965 label. A slab of classic rock n’ roll complete with honkeytonk piano, Honeysucker has got radio-friendly jingle written all over it. Perfect for fans of Paolo Nutini. Out on vinyl 7” from 1965.