A certain orange, bananas, Mikado features heavily on our new single. Mixing its B-movie metaphors with glee, the pounding “It Came From The Sea” is backed with “Americanish”, and both songs encapsulate our horror at today’s political landscape and its somewhat suspect leaders.
The single is released on Saturday 16th November 2019 and launches with two gigs. Lunchtime on the 16th sees the five-piece group squeezed into Stockton-on-Tees comic shop “Something For The Geekend”, supported by Red Ropes. Then the following Friday evening, 22nd November, they’ll be at The Oxbridge Hotel with friends, fiends, family and an assorted rag-bag of surprises.
The single is a straight to 8 track, live, warts and all recording, done in a local youth club, of a couple of live favourites. It’s available as a 7” record, which comes in transparent green or black vinyl. Each record features a unique sleeve designed and hand crafted by the band members, and a download of high quality digital versions of the single tracks. All digital downloads include two bonus tracks from the same recording sessions. A download code is provided if you buy the single at gigs, or from the band directly.
“It Came From The Sea” will be available at forthcoming gigs for £3.50, from Something For The Geekend and Sound It Out Records (both in Stockton-on-Tees) from Saturday 16th November 2019. It’s available to pre-order NOW online at werbeniuk.bandcamp.com – vinyl is £3.50+P&P, download on its own is £2.50. We might even throw in a surprise gift.
See Werbeniuk live at:
- Something For The Geekend, Stockton-on-Tees, Saturday 16th November (lunchtime) – single launch
- Bobiks, Newcastle, Wednesday 20th November (evening) – supporting Some Bodies
- The Oxbridge Hotel, Stockton-on-Tees, Friday 22nd November (evening) – single launch