Papernut Cambridge - There's No Underground2014
Papernut Cambridge release new single ‘There’s No Underground’, taken from the new album of the same name, both released 13th October on Gare Du Nord Records. Following up from last year’s ‘Cambridge Nutflake’ album, ‘There’s No Underground’ was written about leader Ian Button’s home in the South Eastern edges of London town. “My suburbia was always a mixture of mundanity and romance. Finding out Bowie lived next door to one of my Dad’s work colleagues; or that Kate Bush, Siouxsie and Billy Idol lived up the road, hearing the legend of Mick and Keef hanging out in Sidcup station, it gave a brilliant feeling of a link to what otherwise seemed like a different world. It grounded them for me but didn’t make those people any less fascinating”. Previously a drummer with Death In Vegas and Thrashing Doves, Ian’s latest PC release again calls on the talents of Papernut regulars Darren Hayman, Robert Rotifer and Ralegh Long, as well as Jack Hayter (Hefner), Mat Flint (Death in Vegas) and three quarters of the Mary Epworth Band. The new album will be released digitally and on CD as well as a triple 7” set with expanded versions. They launch with a special show at the Walthamstow Pumphouse Museum aboard a disused Victoria Line Tube Carriage on 18th October.