Too Pure's sharp-tongued trio, Shooting At Unarmed Men, have announced details of a new single and album - just don't expect them to play it live.
Frontman Jon Chapple - yes, he who was in Mclusky - departed this country one week ago for Melbourne, Australia where he is to spend a couple of years, leaving the Unarmed Men on an indefinite hiatus.
To remember them until they next spring up, Too Pure release the actually-very-good single 'Girls Music' on 7" and download formats on the 8th of May. This is to be followed by new album 'Yes! Tinnitus! on the 22nd of May, arranged thusly:
1. 'Pathos Ate Bathos'
2. 'A Horse By Day Is A Horse By Night'
3. 'Never Follow Me Again'
4. 'All Hail Sergio'
5. 'Girls Music'
6. 'I Am United Nations'
7. 'Pat Yourself On The Proverbial'
8. 'I Cry For No Man'
9. 'Get On Out And Come Right In'
10. 'In-Flight Instructions Are A Joke, Say I'