IronBark 2020 (homemade single)

from Tom Slatter

This is very exciting! I have just finished recording a new version of my 18 minute 'epic' song, IronBark. I am so excited I immediately made as many little homemade singles as I had the materials for. Which is 18 (I only had enough labels for that many).

EDIT: This was more popular than expected so I'm doing another little run. At the time of writing there are 20 of these available.

This is the new version of IronBark. It sounds well good! 18 minutes of music about the murderous, melodramatic happenings in the town of Ironbark, all set to twisty guitars and synths and stuff.

I've put them onto these vinyl style CDs. You can have one, if you're quick! £1 (or more if you want) plus a little for the postage.

I have no idea if a 'proper' physical version will ever exist - I have literally just finished the recording and have had no time to work out plans for a release. So this might be the only way ever to get your hands on a physical thing with this song on it. Certainly the only way for a while. (Can you tell how this is a smooth, commercial endeavour full of careful planning?)

Get 'em while they're hot.

All together now: "Five men know where the bodies are buried..."

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Tom Slatter London

A latter-day Victorian street-theatre barker with a guitar promising tales of mystery, imagination, ‘orrible murders and bloody great waving tentacles’ is how Tom Slatter has been described. Since 2010 he has been scaring audiences with six albums and numerous EPs of storytelling songs. ... more

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