Over the course of it's previous four albums, UK punk-jazz outfit WorldService Project carried it's keen-edged, window-rattling irreverence across the globe, casting an eviscerating glance inward while spreading it's message of chaotic compassion to the scattered remnants of the former British Empire and beyond. With the release of the gleefully anarchic Hiding In Plain Sight, the band's fifth album and third for RareNoise Records, keyboardist-vocalist Dave Morecroft takes on his native land from an outsider's perspective for the first time, having decamped for Rome in his own personal Brexit.
Over the course of it's previous four albums, UK punk-jazz outfit WorldService Project carried it's keen-edged, window-rattling irreverence across the globe, casting an eviscerating glance inward while spreading it's message of chaotic compassion to the scattered remnants of the former British Empire and beyond. With the release of the gleefully anarchic Hiding In Plain Sight, the band's fifth album and third for RareNoise Records, keyboardist-vocalist Dave Morecroft takes on his native land from an outsider's perspective for the first time, having decamped for Rome in his own personal Brexit.
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Hiding In Plain Sight (Red)
Artist: WorldService Project
Format: Vinyl
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Over the course of it's previous four albums, UK punk-jazz outfit WorldService Project carried it's keen-edged, window-rattling irreverence across the globe, casting an eviscerating glance inward while spreading it's message of chaotic compassion to the scattered remnants of the former British Empire and beyond. With the release of the gleefully anarchic Hiding In Plain Sight, the band's fifth album and third for RareNoise Records, keyboardist-vocalist Dave Morecroft takes on his native land from an outsider's perspective for the first time, having decamped for Rome in his own personal Brexit.