Inspired by classic library music, TV themes and functional tracks - music to do other things to - this is the instrumental companion piece to the 'Love The Things Your Lover Loves' album. The tracks have all been reworked into new versions with instrumental lines taking the place of the vocals.....
Press & mentions (main album):
"Button's carefully contained experiments have become reckless free for alls...there's a hell of a lot going on here....All in all, we have a truly, indisputable essential record."
"....takes its cues from the smart, sparkling British music made in the post psychedelic era...It's pop music, but from another dimension....a total charmer of a record"
Thee Psychedelicatessen 2016
"With a joy of good song-writing, a classic sense of how to join the dots, and an encyclopaedic knowledge of great music Papernut Cambridge have hit upon a vivid daydream of an album"
"Happy Hauntology for Now People!...incredibly the band have found an extra gear....."
Harmonic Distortion 2016
"Their strongest set yet...not a duff song on it....your new favourite band..."
"Bursting with flavour...clever without being pretentious..the genuine article" 9/10
Louder Than War 2016
"Bespoke glam-psych transports of delight" ****
released May 13, 2016
Written and produced by Papernut Cambridge.
Recorded at Davenport Audio Research, at One Cat Studio by Jon Clayton, and at home by everyone who took part.
Ian Button - vocals, guitar, programming, percussion, harmonica
Darren Hayman - drums, vocals, guitar
Robert Halcrow - bass, vocals, percussion
Robert Rotifer - guitar, vocals
Hélène Bradley - vocals, percussion
Emma Winston - vocals, percussion, organ
Jack Hayter - viola, pedal steel guitar, vocals, percussion
Ralegh Long - piano, mandolin, vocals, percussion
London/Kent based project formed by Ian Button - formerly guitarist with Death In Vegas, Thrashing Doves and many others, now prolific underground producer/writer (Go-Kart Mozart etc...) and co-founder of Gare du Nord Records in 2013.
supported by 6 fans who also own “Other Things Your Lover Loves”
This album is utterly astounding - funny, moving, upbeat and more infectious than lice. I cannot stop playing this over and over and over - it's like sunshine with spikes. All the tracks are amazing, but the one that has me jumping about the most, is Unicorn in Uniform. Music to crash your car to :) Lalo