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Earthling Society is a Kosmische quartet that hails from one of the most un-Kosmische areas of North-West England. That town, Fleetwood, is so bleak you literally can't drive through it. The village sticks out of the British Isles like a crippled dick into the the murkiest part of the Irish Sea. There Earthling Society built their lo-fi studio in an old deserted glass factory and -since 2004- recorded a number of albums under the influence of mushrooms, cheap speed and even cheaper beer. Along the way they have hitched rides with Julian Cope, Hawkwind, Damo Suzuki, Guru Guru and Blue Cheer. 'England Have My Bones' is their 2014 album. It features more of their trademark fuzzy space rock offerings, with 'Journey In Satchidananda' being a freaked-out tribute to Alice Coltrane.
Pressed on green vinyl
Limited to 500 copies