The new Douglas Kay album, Volcanoes, is out now and available digitally and on CD.
If you would like to buy the album on CD you can do so from this site, by visiting the SHOP.
If you want to buy the tracks digitally there are various options including:
Following the release of the Winterland EP in December, a brand new album is set for release later this month.
VOLCANOES will be available to buy and stream from Friday 23rd February, with a limited CD run also on sale the same day.
Featuring 11 tracks, the album follows the eclectic pattern set by its predecessor Lift – folky hummers, piano tinklers, bluesy stompers and retro rockers all co-exist, cheek-by-jowl, within the crater…with some strings, synth and brass thrown in for good measure.
I’m delighted to say the album also benefits from guest appearances by both Alan R Davison and Gecko 3 frontman, Martin Philip, who sing on Battle Lines, on the Sun Studios-inspired Whole Heap of Trouble and on Requiem. The latter uses the Robert Louis Stevenson poem of the same name (along with the words on Stevenson’s tomb in Samoa) as its lyric, and is the track which closes the album.
To launch the album I’ll be playing a special house concert in South London on 22nd February alongside Fara.
It’s here…the video for Winterland, lead track from the new EP of the same name.
Filmed on location in Edinburgh, it was the brainchild of Alan R Davison who shot, directed and edited the promo. For the best viewing experience, watch in HD.
The limited edition CD format of the EP is available on the SHOP page, or you can download it from Amazon Music, iTunes and many other stores.
The Winterland EP is released today (15th December) and is available to download / stream on Amazon:
and on iTunes:
The EP features four tracks – in addition to the title track and the version of On Christmas Day which featured as a bonus track on Lift, there is a new, “band” version of The Street Dragged Us Down and a track from the new album which is set for release in Spring 2018.
2. The Street Dragged Us Down (2017 version)
3. Battle Lines
4 On Christmas Day