Paul Vickers and the Leg – new release – The Greengrocer

The GreengrocerThe Leg has collided head-on with the inimitable Paul Vickers (‘a loveable gonk, a Da Vinci of lyrical invention’ – Mojo) for a third collaborative album – The Greengrocer – released on Pumpkintone in association with the Alter Ego Trading Company.

**** the Scotsman; ****the Skinny, ****the List, ****Is This Music?

Please get in touch to secure a copy of this vinyl only (with download) release via the email address on the contact page above, or through http://www.pumpkinfield.co.uk/. It will also be available at gigs, details of which will be posted here in the usual manner as and when they dribble in.

‘In an increasingly uniform world where the arts are dominated by safe, nice but crushingly boring careerists and corporate lackeys Paul Vickers and the Leg are a blast of dangerous, refreshing, exciting, eccentricity.’ – Best Tuna

‘..the wildest junkyard auteurs to ever embark on a galloping collision course of surrealist lyrical fantasms and stumblebum musical fury.’ – The List

‘…hugely musically impressive even as it does a good impression of demented whimsy.’ – The Scotsman

‘…wonderfully crafted with the intention of creating a joyous and messy yet deliberate collection.’ – Is This Music?

Oozing a Crepuscular light – album launch

We’ll be launching the new record on Sunday 15th December. Details can be found here.

**** from the list and suchlike

‘blisteringly raucous twenty-three minutes’ **** – the list

‘the work of imps who’ve long since ditched the pop manual in favour of crafting sounds for amusement, agitation and annoyance’ – mark losing today

‘insectoid cabaret’ – the herald

new album release today

oozing a crepuscular light is released today on song, by toad records. it can be purchased here on vinyl.

we are currently working on the launch gig. we’ll keep you posted.

‘no idea is deemed too strange’ – the herald

‘a feral and dysfunctional thrash-folk jug-band’ **** – the list

live review – henry’s cellar bar

‘they’re an odd bunch, the leg.’ – vox box music