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Flying Saucer Attack were formed in Bristol, England in 1992. David Pearce was the core member of the group, and Rachel Brook (of Movietone, another Bristol band) was a member for most of the band's lifetime.

The band were marked by quiet vocals and sheets of feedback with similarities to many of the so called "shoegaze" bands that pre-dated them such as Ride, My Bloody Valentine or the indie noise-pop group The Jesus and Mary Chain. FSA were able to… read more

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  • instrumentals 2015 is a surprisingly good album.
  • oh my god, the vinyl edition of Instrumentals 2015 is gorgeous, the nicest packaging I've seen all year. Side D is a really cool etching, too!
  • It was basically a year ago I posted that comment here futilely wishing for Dave's return, and out of goddamn nowhere it actually happens. Even if it's just instrumentals, I'm hella down for this. Can't wait.
  • pre-ordered a couple of copies and would urge you all to do so
  • Yeah new album, fahhhk
  • I was just talking about FSA a few weeks ago since I got a first pressing of the debut. It was really nice having it in my hands, but made me a bit sad I didn't even know if Dave was still making music or alive even. To my surprise he comes the fuck out of nowhere with a new album a week ago. Seriously, I'm beyond words. I never thought Dave would come back, let alone come back a new FSA release.
  • Some of my favourite drone [2]
  • "For fans of Flying Saucer Attack: a new album of instrumentals will be released by Domino on July 13, 2015. I’m lucky to have heard an advance digital version, and it’s great, but I’m looking forward to the record. FSA always sounds best on vinyl, Dave’s intended method of delivery." ~ http://jessicabailiff.tumblr.com/post/116568842761/new-flying-saucer-attack-album
  • Some of my favourite drone
  • Phenomenal stuff, love it

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