Enigmatic West Midlands post-punks CULT FIGURES have just unveiled a new EP.
Originally formed in 1977 on the same South Birmingham scene as Swell Maps and Spizz, Cult Figures recorded their debut single, the DIY punk classic 'Zip Nolan', in '79 with various Maps guesting.
The band returned in 2016, subsequently releasing The 166 Ploughs A Lonely Furrow, an album of their original material newly recorded.
Recorded just before lockdown by producer John A Rivers at his legendary Woodbine Street Studio, the 3-track Camping In The Rain EP features all new material and is a taster for their second album due next year.
Released through Garde Du Nord Records, you can buy the Camping In The Rain EP here.