Label: Flicknife Records
Post-Punk for the masses!
London Post-Punk band Morgellons first release, the now deleted 4 track 'Incubation' EP signalled the arrival of a different take on Post-Punk in 2012.
After a year long hiatus the band regrouped in 2012, gigging mainly in the South-East and preparing new songs for the ...See Full Bio
"Taking their name from a disease in which the sufferer labours under the delusional disbelief that they are infested with parasites, thankfully there are no flies, parasitic or otherwise on these Morgellons. It's seven tracks or pure punk eclecticism that run the gamut from post-punk spikiness through the more raucous trad punk of "Rose Tint Parade" to punkabilly and ska. At times The Morgellons paint a bleak post-punk landscape, portraying as they do the humdrum and harsh reality of modern life - the jagged opener "Monochrome Soul" and "Still Life" being cases in point. There are some bleak takes on doomed relationships too, as well as obsessive love - just check out The Cramps-like "Subterranean Homesick Beast", or the ska-ified punk skanker that is "Lester Beale". Contemporary post-punk at its finest." Rich Deakin.