Billy Nomates LP [Yellow Vinyl - Damaged Sleeves]
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This is the retail variant, pressed on yellow vinyl.
Housed in a heavyweight spined sleeve, including double sided printed insert feauting hand writtern lyrics and digital download card.
Billy Nomates, the fierce, funny, outspoken force of nature who hails from Melton Mowbray and now flits between Bournemouth and Bristol, has arrived to rattle cages.
The songs on her debut album all come from a place of defiance. Rebellion against Brexit. Against soul-sapping, dead-end jobs and zero-hours contracts. Against gender inequality, sexual harassment and festivals with obligatory female acts hidden in the small print. Billy’s songs lampoon the same bleak reality satirised by her beloved Scarfolk website and explored so abrasively in the fringe theatre she finds solace in.
Her singles "No" and "FNP" have been heavily featured on radio, including many plays on BBC 6 Music and B-list on Amazing Radio.
Musically, there are snatches of Nick Cave’s rumbling sprechgesang; the “off-the-wall-ness of musicians like Captain Beefheart”; Sleaford Mods’ febrile post-punk; the groovesome lofi art-rock of Sonic Youth; and the brassy Americana of Emmylou Harris. What dominates, though, is a feeling of release. Of letting it all out.
The track ‘Supermarket Sweep’ features guest vocals by Jason Williamson of Sleaford Mods.
- Modern Hart
- Hippy Elite
- Happy Misery
- Supermarket Sweep
- Call In Sick
- Fat White Man
- Wild Arena
- Escape Artist