Goodbye Arcadia
Goodbye Arcadia was conceived as an exploration of utopianism and failure. It was intended as a stark and brutal concrete and steel mash-up of wasted architecture narrated by solemn ruminations on the limits of human imagination - as monolithic structures abandoned half-formed or crumbling into decay - as a sacrificial altar to some vengeful god named entropy. It is then in itself a failed utopia of a kind, or rather a failed dystopia: The severe aesthetic subverted to a gentle poetic reverie, heavy concrete and steel traded for lightweight aluminium, the sombre tone morphed to wry nostalgia. Nonetheless, here it stands - not as a stark waypoint on the highway to universal heat-death oblivion, but instead as a cosy tearoom on the coast road to nobody-can-quite-remember-where (though they assure you it’s someplace nice). Goodbye Arcadia (we’ll miss you)
Everything that happens has happened before (and will happen again.jpg

Everything that happens has happened before (and will happen again.jpg

Ghost Writer's Late Night Lament.jpg

Ghost Writer's Late Night Lament.jpg

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Goodbye Arcadia (we'll miss you).jpg

Lonely Hearts Motel (the night before last).jpg

Lonely Hearts Motel (the night before last).jpg

Shipwreck Songs Volume 1 (for all you shipwrecks).jpg

Shipwreck Songs Volume 1 (for all you shipwrecks).jpg

Shipwreck Songs Volume 2 (desert island edition).jpg

Shipwreck Songs Volume 2 (desert island edition).jpg

Shipwreck Songs Volume 3 (nothin' but the hits).jpg

Shipwreck Songs Volume 3 (nothin' but the hits).jpg

Shipwreck Songs Volume 4 (rarities and b-sides).jpg

Shipwreck Songs Volume 4 (rarities and b-sides).jpg

Shipwreck Songs Volume 5 (instrumental renditions).jpg

Shipwreck Songs Volume 5 (instrumental renditions).jpg