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The launch pad for Soviet Space Bat took place on 29th October 2009 at Half Moon in Harrow, London. The music has been performed live in several venues across London such as Hope and Anchor, Greenwich University, The Morden, Carnivale, 12 Bar, Cross Kings, Star and Garter, Elixir Bar and Half Moon to name a few. In 2010, the bat took part in a series of parody shows in Greenwich which ultimately resulted in winning the second prize at the Greenwich Comedy Festival held in Greenwich University. The last two of those shows also featured the first ever 4-D setup that included multi-coloured lights, incense sticks and potatoes.
A video of a live show called 'Inside Crimson Crescent' that was shot in Half Moon on 12th January 2012 is available for viewing online. Another secret, unprepared and anonymous gig was played in Wembley Arena on 1st February 2012 featuring an empty orchestra. There are strong plans to play more venues across UK and further afield in the near future.
The first part of the debut triple album called 'Puppets of Time' was finished in early 2011 (it is available as a free download after joining the mailing list on the web site http://www.sovietspacebat.com/). It was written, arranged, produced, engineered and the cover designed/made by the bat himself. Currently, work is going on for the second part of the album which will be released in 2012. The album on the whole is expected to be more or less a solitary affair but it is a conceptual piece of work that would possibly strike a chord with a diverse range of listeners.