The Woolen Men and Eyelids have prepared a split EP, to drop on Off Records on April 21. Following the release of The Woolen Men’s self-titled LP on Woodist Records and Eyelids “Seagulls Into Submission” seven-inch on Off Records these bands bring their loose and frenetic approach to the proceedings.
The Woolen Men scrape Mark E. Smith over the head with their version of The Fall’s “Psycho Mafia” while Eyelids lovingly churn the insides out of The Clean’s classic “Anything Could Happen.” The EP comes with very special packaging: a clear blue double sided flexi in a hand stamped and numbered box with particles of information, show fliers and a download card with two additional unreleased songs from the bands made exclusively for this release. Only 250 copies will be available, and when these are gone, they are gone!
Today, Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of sharing The Woolen Men’s “Life In Hell”. Enjoy: