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|1.||"Hello I Am Your Sun" (3:07)|
|2.||"Wiggy Giggy" (5:27)|
|4.||"I Shouldn't Have Said That" (2:12)|
|5.||"Return Of Witchcraft" (4:06)|
|1.||"I'm With You" (4:14)|
|2.||"Repeat It" (2:26)|
|4.||"Big Sea" (4:25)|
|5.||"Let Me Observe" (4:39)|
|6.||"Would You Fuck!" (2:32)|
Lancaster's finest oddball psych-punk couple return with their punningly titled fifth album 'This Is Eggland'. Choosing to step away from their DIY sound, 'This Is Eggland' is the result of a collaboration with producer Dave Fridmann, the man behind some of psychedelic indie heavyweights The Flaming Lips' and Mercury Rev's work. This new-found polish works in the band's favour, making them sound bigger and punchier than ever whilst letting them keep things suitably rough around the edges. Their music champions the pursuit of an unconventional and non-conformist lifestyle, a mantra that the band themselves stride towards, seeking to antidote commercial mediocrity with a whirlwind of audacious and in-your-face belters. 'This Is Eggland' is a serious step up for the band, but in retaining The Lovely Eggs' hallmarks, thrashing garage-punk jams and jaunty wig-outs, it makes for a satisfying return from the duo.
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