People & Industry

Released 3rd September 2021

People and Industry

The follow up to Interim Report, March 1979 provides a soundtrack to industry, employment and life in Warrington-Runcorn at the tail end of the 1970s.

Nine new tracks celebrate the work and communities that surrounded the Warrington-Runcorn area, from the petrochemical plant at Weston Point to the cutting-edge Parkside Colliery at Newton-le-Willows.

The album was out on 3rd September 2021 on coloured vinyl and digital formats from Castles in Space and records stores across the UK.

“It’s retro-futurism as head-shaking social comment, a heartrending experience. An album of stained overalls and shattered pride.”
Electronic Sound

“An onboarding seminar for a distant time and place, when specks on the map of England had enormous cooling towers on their horizons”
Bleep

Information

Release date 3rd September 2021
Label Castles in Space
Pressings Blue and white marble vinyl (first pressing)
Red and white marble vinyl (first pressing)
Transparent blue vinyl (second pressing – coming soon)
CD digipack (coming soon)
TrackTitleLength
A1Fanfare for the Working Man1m 04s
A2Built by Robots3m 50s
A3Petrochemical5m 03s
A4This is the Age of the Train2m 36s
A5Man and Manufacturing6m 00s
B1Part of the Union5m 12s
B2Polytechnic4m 14s
B3Eye See Eye4m 57s
B4Managed Decline3m 50s
C1Aerospace (digital bonus)6m 02s
C2Industrial Zone (digital bonus)3m 57s

This album is not currently available on any platforms beyond Bandcamp.

It will never be on Spotify.