Here’s the official video (no, I’m not in it!)
Here’s the stuff off the website/blog:
SERGEANT BUZFUZ SINGLE OUT MONDAY/LAUNCH GIG FRIDAY 26TH
new Sergeant Buzfuz single “Here Come The Popes Part 3″ is released on
Monday Sep 22nd. The limited edition 7” purple vinyl single is
available form all good record shops and from www.normanrecords.com
Also available as a download from i-Tunes, www.finetunes.net and all other download stores. B side is “Dentist To The Stars”
“like the Pogues beating up My Life Story….Single of the month by a mile” (Playlouder)
“a bizarre string-driven song about those popes of the middle ages that’s kind of XTCish” (Organ)
“Like the Soft Boys, this is unselfconsciously smart-pop, with a noir-psychedelic twist” (Sounds XP)
“Wow” (Mark Lamarr, Radio 2)
“Absolutely brilliant” (Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music)
“they have taken the Sixties back catalogue and asked Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci to give it a remix” (bbc.co.uk London Calling site)
SINGLE LAUNCH AT BETSEY TROTWOOD FRIDAY SEP 26
SKU Events presents: Sergeant Buzfuz Here Come The Popes Part 3 single launch
Friday September 26th
Betsey Trotwood, 56 Farringdon Road, EC1R 3BL
10 Sergeant Buzfuz
9 15 Kinkajou
8 30 Michael Eden
£5 entry (no concessions).
Tickets available from Ticketweb:
Tom Robinson is a very nice man. You should check out his show some time. I must admit I didn’t realise he did that song “2-4-6-8 Motorway”, which I actually know.
We played Here Come The Popes Part 3, Rebellion, and Cab, and Tom even happily accepted a Goodbye Serrgeants cd off me. We’re even getting paid too. Unbelievable.
(Thanks to Joe for mentioning Goodbye Sergeants to Tom in the first place…)
The final date on the tour. What better way to mark such an occasion than looking like a complete arse. My first time on a proper festival stage, my first time wearing a plastic wig and all in one jumpsuit on a stage in general, and my last time seeing the Reckless Sons before they bid their merry way back across the pond. Good times. Or maybe just times.
Sam LeGassick teams up with Queens of Noize on BBC Music 6 at 8pm – 10pm to do his own mix. You can listen to it through either DAB (digital radio), online on http://www.bbc.co.uk/6music/ or Sky 0120, Freeview 707, Freesat 708, or Virgin 909/
He even managed to play our own crappy demo for The Answer!